Only submissions sent via the Online Health Science and Nursing Application will be processed. Physical Applications mailed via certified mail will not be processed.
Attn: Student Services Room 202
6699 Springfield Center Drive
Springfield, VA 22150
You can access the Health Sciences and Nursiapplicationton HERE
Prerequisite Course Requirements
BIO 141 and BIO 142- Anatomy and Physiology 1&2 OR NAS 150-Human Biology with a grade of B or better
HLT 141 or HIM 111- Medical Terminology with a B or better
ENG 111 College Composition or higher with a B or Better
In addition, you must complete a minimum of FOUR clinical observation hours with a PT or PTA.
Clinical Observation hours must be mailed via certified mail in advance of the deadline for the period you are applying to.
DO NOT OPEN AND SCAN OBSERVATION HOUR FORMS. They must be mailed in via certified mail. Only Hours received by the priority period deadline will be counted.
The program requires that you satisfy two different Testing requirements.
Take and pass the VPT Math Placement test at the MT 154 level or higher OR complete developmental math to qualify you for MT 154 or higher OR transfer MT 154 or higher to the college.
Take and pass the ATI TEAS exam with a minimum score of 50% in the English, Reading and Human Anatomy and Physiology subsection of the Science portion.
It is important that a student submit their full results packet with their PTA application. Directions on how to download results can be found HERE. Failure to do so will result in a delay in the processing of an application.
Lastly, only students that have attended one of the mandatory in-person workshops within the last year will be considered for admission.
The only attachment that should be included with your PTA Application is a PDF version of your ATI TEAS Results. Please do not attach additional items unless specifically instructed to do so.
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Don’t floss and have VISIBLEcalculus (tartar build up)?
Do not have decayed teeth? (small cavities ok)
Are between the ages of 21-35?
No missing teeth, no dental implants or crowns! (Missing wisdom teeth ok)
Do not have advanced periodontal disease (slight is ok)
If YES TO ALL OF THE ABOVE, YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE FOR:
A free deep cleaning/ comprehensive evaluation (over $1200 value), free electric toothbrush ($100 value) and additional compensation upon approval/qualification.
NOVA College’s graduating Dental Hygiene students need Board licensing exam patients. Starting March 2019 every Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-11:30 and 1-3:30 for screenings and X-rays and Friday, April 12th for the actual licensing exam) except during NOVA’s spring break 3/11-3/15
Potential candidates MUST BE RELIABLE and live in the Northern Virginia area; students, staff, family, and friends all welcome!
All face-to-tutoring sessions will be held at the Tutoring Center in room 106 unless otherwise indicated.
All online tutoring sessions will be held via the link from the appointment slot. If you choose an online session, from your computer/device, click on the link approximately 5-10 minutes before the start of your session. Then, open the appointment and click on the “Meet Me” link to start the session with your Tutor. Note: Online drop-in hours end at posted end time! If you log-in one minute before the end of the session time, you will have one minute with the Tutor accordingly.
You can schedule an appointment no more than 14 days in advance.
QUESTIONS? Please contact Kathleen Odigé, Academic Success Center Coordinator at email@example.com
One of the most common questions that come into the office is, “Am I a competitive applicant?” The answer is almost always it varies. Some programs might accept all eligible applicants one year, and the next only have room for 10% of the qualified applicant pool.
That question is also tied to its sister, “Why was I not accepted.” Due to the limited availability of clinical rotations, our programs can only accept but so many students. This will mean that many well-qualified applicants will apply, but not all will be admitted. Students meeting that just meets the minimum requirements are the most at risk of not being accepted.
So how do you get in?
Some programs outline the criteria that are used to rank and select their students. Where available we have included the criteria used by a program. In general science courses and/or prerequisite courses and ATI TEAS scores are used to rank students. That, however, is not the case for all programs. Where available we have indicated a programs competitive criteria and source of information for your review.
As stated in the NOVA catalog, Health Sciences students are accepted on either a competitive or a first-come/first served basis with priority given to: (1) legal residents domiciled in the cities and counties supporting the College, (2) other Virginia legal residents, (3) out-of-state applicants, and (4) international students requiring form I-20. Category 1 may include areas in which clinical affiliates have contractual agreements with NOVA or students from other VCCS service areas whose community college does not offer the specific program.
Letters of recommendation resumes and personal statements are not used in the admissions decision for any program.
For the 2019 Fall Nursing program application, the following must be included in your online submission. You should only submit the following items unless otherwise directed to do so by the application team via email.
The application window for the Phlebotomy Program opens March 1 at 12:01 AM. Students are accepted on a first come first served basis. Please make sure that you have an active NOVA student account and have reviewed the information session before submitting. All entry requirements must be satisfied at the time of submission to avoid an application being marked incomplete.
Students must have a GPA of 2.0 and qualify for ENG 111 to be eligible for the program.