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Important Notes Regarding the Health Professions Programs

  • All students must submit a Health Profession application each year they wish to be considered for admission into a Health Professions program.

  • New (Freshman and Transfer) and Returning (Readmit) applicants must also complete an application to the college.

  • All students must complete a Pre-Admission Seminar and submit Observation Forms and essay (where applicable)
    • All pre-admission seminars, observations and essays are valid for 3 years.
  • Students can ONLY submit a Health Profession application for one Fall Health Professions program. Students interested in Nursing must choose either Day or Evening.

  • All admission requirements must be complete and submitted by:

    • February 1st (All Fall semester programs except Nursing/LPN II)
    • June 1st (Nursing/LPN II - Newburgh Campus) **Fall Start**
    • October 1st (Spring Nursing - Newburgh Campus and Nursing/LPN II - Middletown Campus) **Spring Start**
  • Once accepted, students must complete a physical examination which includes a Tuberculosis screening and drug test. Students must also complete a criminal background check.

  • Please note: All clinical and professional courses in the Health Professions programs meet during the day with the exception of Evening Nursing (4-10pm).

All Health Professions programs are competitive and have a limited number of seats. Please refer to the list below regarding how many seats are available for each program:

Dental Hygiene: 20
Medical Laboratory Technology: 18
Nursing (RN) - Day: 96
Nursing (RN) - Evening: 32
Spring Nursing (RN in Newburgh) - Day: 24
Occupational Therapy Assistant: 24
Physical Therapist Assistant: 24
Radiologic Technology: 24

***Please note: Admission and department requirements are subject to change each academic year. Although students may meet the requirements for a Health Professions program, admission is not guaranteed.***

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