Transferring into LPN

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    ON BOCES LPN

    Transfer/Readmit Policy

    Transfer Students: Determining Program Entrance into LPN 2 level

    1.       Apply for transfer to ON BOCES LPN program

    2.       Pass entrance exam and admission interview and class visit, per ON BOCES LPN class admission protocol

    3.       To be considered a transfer student, an applicant must submit an official transcript for review. The transcript must show:

    a.       Two semesters of college level nursing courses with a grade of B or higher, without repeats of first or second semester nursing courses AND

    b.      College level Anatomy and Physiology courses I & II of B or higher, without any repeats of Anatomy and Physiology courses

    4.       The Admission Team will review the official transcripts to determine that the applicant is eligible to transfer courses equivalent to LPN 1 course content, entering the program at a point in LPN 2.

    a.       The entrance point in LPN 2 will be dependent upon college credit for other nursing applicable courses (ex: Pharmacology, Geriatrics, etc).

    b.      College courses accepted for transfer must be noted on official transcript as a grade of B or higher

    Readmission Students: Determining Level for Program Entrance

    1.       Any student terminated from the LPN program due to three failed units is eligible to apply for readmission.

    a.       Students terminated from the program due to 3 failed units will be considered for admission to the beginning of the level where the first failed unit occurred.

    2.       Any student who withdrew from the program due to medical/psychological or personal reasons with any failed units to the date of withdrawal is eligible to apply for readmission to the beginning of the level where the first failed unit occurred.

    a.       If the student withdrew from the program due to medical/psychological issues, the student applying for readmission is required to submit a physical exam form which releases the student to perform classroom/clinical/lab activities without restrictions

                                                                   i.      The physical release must be signed by the health care provider who treated the applicant for the issue causing them to withdraw from the program

    3.       Any student who withdrew from the program due to medical/psychological or personal reasons and has not failed any units through the date of withdrawal is eligible to apply for readmission to begin at the beginning of a Level after the last completed level.

    a.       For example: a student who successfully completes LPN 1 and LPN 2, but withdraws due to medical/psychological or personal reasons after LPN 3 has started, is eligible to apply for readmission to the beginning of LPN 3, not at the point of withdrawal.

    b.      If the student withdrew from the program due to medical/psychological issues, the student applying for readmission is required to submit a physical exam form which releases the student to perform classroom/clinical/lab activities without restrictions

                                                                   i.      The physical release must be signed by the health care provider who treated the applicant for the issue causing them to withdraw from the program

    4.       Any student terminated from the LPN program for reasons listed in the Program Handbook may not be eligible for readmission.

     

     

    2/10/17 KK

    Important Information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attend the LPN program