We wanted to extend an invitation for you to join our campus Health Science and Nursing LinkedIn showcase page. We developed this page with the support of our college marketing team to serve as an outreach and retention tool. The page will provide a space for our campus community to stay connected and informed. We hope to share relevant career advice, job opportunities for alumni and posting information about current and upcoming healthcare industry topics. We also invite faculty and staff to send any relevant topics, ideas or articles they would like share with our campus community. In addition, an affiliated group page serves as a virtual space for MEC alumni and students to network.
We are excited to launch this initiative and look forward to your ongoing support as we serve our students and community.
Student Services has completed processing Nursing Applications. Please pay close attention to your student @email.vccs.edu email account as you may be contacted for further information. Admissions decisions for nursing will be made the first week of May at the earliest.
The program will start ranking students than send out their admissions decisions. Every applicant marked eligible will be reviewed and ranked by the program. Those not marked eligible will not be ranked by the department or considered for admission.
Application related questions should be sent directly to email@example.com or they should be CC’d for the quickest resolution.
Spring 2020 application details can be located at www.nvcc.edu/medical/apply
The Health Science and nursing application, as well as all information pertaining to applying to any programs offered here at the Medical Education Campus can be accessed via the new link https://www.nvcc.edu/medical/apply/index.html
There will no longer be separate Health Science and Nursing application pages.
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 Nursing application 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.
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!