PN students attempting to complete courses for the ADN Program may not enroll in spring or summer courses at any VSC institution until their spring term is complete.
- A copy of your current LPN license (without any sanctions/restrictions)
- If you are a graduate of a non-college PN program or a graduate of a Vermont LPN program prior to 1997, you must show completion of college-level equivalency for: Anatomy & Physiology (8 credits); Nutrition (3 credits); and Concepts of Human Growth & Development (3 credits)
- If you are a graduate of a non-college PN program, you must submit your PN program transcript
- Proof that you have passed the PN National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX-PN)
- If a current PN student, you must attain a first semester GPA of 3.2 or higher. If a LPN graduate, you must have a GPA of 3.0 in your LPN coursework. BIO 2120, ENG 1061, MATH 1040, PSY 1010, and an approved Arts/Humanities elective may be taken after LPN graduation to improve your GPA to a 3.0 level
- If you are a LPN, you must submit two signed recommendations on letterhead that address your clinical competence; work ethic; potential transition to an RN role, particularly with respect to leadership, management, and accountability; and interpersonal skills
- Current PN students must have submitted a Summary of Clinical Performance document. This document must be completed by each clinical faculty member.