The Clark College ADN Program prepares graduates to offer professional care in a range of healthcare facilities. The program is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission. The program combines theoretical in class instruction with practical experience in the laboratory and in clinical settings.
Graduates from the program will be awarded an Associate in Applied Science degree in Nursing and are eligible to apply to sit for the National Council Examination for Licensing as a registered nurse.
Students can pursue additional credits to earn an Associate of Arts Degree or transfer credits to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
- All official transcripts (college level coursework credit needs to be evaluated for transcript evaluation)
- Pre-requisite courses must be completed with a 3.0 Grade Point Average
Applicants will be notified of additional requirements upon the preliminary evaluation is completed. The program is a competitive program with limited acceptance.
Students accepted into the program will be required to attend a mandatory orientation. Students who don’t attend the orientation will forfeit their position.
Students entering into the program are also required to submit proof of physical examination, documentation of immunizations series, submit to criminal background check before enrollment in their classes.
|State board of nursing approval:||Fully Approved|
|Average NCLEX RN passrate (3 years):||93.29%|
|Average number of students tested annually:||116|
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NCLEX RN Passrate History
Annual NCLEX RN passrate data and the number of students who took the exam at Clark College as reported by Washington state board of nursing.
|Year||Students Tested||School||National Avg|