Image Spacer
Site Index | Phone Directory | Search
Long Beach City College Image Spacer
spacer
Site Navigation
Associate Degree Nursing Program Home
ADN Philosophy of Nursing & Nursing Practice
Career Ladder LVN to Associate Degree Nursing
Course Description
Meet Our Staff
Nursing Gallery Slide Pictures
Program Options
Vocational Nursing
Student Guide
ADN Curriculum Guide
Allied Health and Nursing Learning Center
BSN Track
Financial Aid and Scholarships for Nursing Students
Frequently Asked Questions
Getting Ready for Your First Semester
How to Apply to Get Into the Program
LVN-RN Curriculum Guide
Schedule of Classes
Student Handbook
Helpful Links
Bookstore
Disabled Student Services
Learning and Academic Resources Department
Long Beach City College
Student Services
External Links
Nursing Job Resource
Plugins
 
 
Get Adobe Reader
spacer
Image SpacerAdmissionsCounselingDisabled Student ServicesEOPSFinancial Aid
Gray rule
spacer
spacer
Associate Degree Nursing Program (ADN)
Nursing

Registered-Nursing-Program-Banner8
 


Nursing Gallery

ATTENTION!  ATTENTION!  ATTENTION!

Nursing Building 

           ***Starting Spring 2016 the Nursing Department is located in building 'C' room #100***          


ADN Application Period
June 20  24, 2016 and August 1 – 5, 2016 (for entry in Spring 2017)
8 AM – 4 PM


LVN-RN Application Period
June 20 – 24, 2016 and August 1 – 5, 2016 (for entry in Fall 2016)
8 AM – 4 PM

Counselor appointments are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Nursing Panic Room Hours

***************************

Click here for office hours.

New LogoClick here for requirements affecting new and continuing students upon entry into all health care programs.

Click here for upcoming dates that may be of interest to students.

 
 
The Associate Degree Nursing program at Long Beach City College seeks students who are interested in helping others and who are physically and emotionally capable of meeting the challenge of this exciting career.       

The faculty members of the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Program provide a high quality nursing education to qualified and diverse students for the development of entry-level nurses who are prepared to meet the evolving healthcare needs of the community. The faculty strive to create a student-centered environment of collaboration, lifelong learning, and mentorship to promote academic excellence and compassionate nursing care.
 
 


ADN Mission Statement

To provide a high quality nursing education to qualified and diverse students for the development of entry-level nurses who are prepared to meet the evolving healthcare needs of the community. The faculty strive to create a student-centered environment of collaboration, lifelong learning, and mentorship to promote academic excellence and compassionate nursing care.

 


 ACEN ACCREDITATION

Long Beach City College Associate Degree in Nursing Program has proudly received ongoing and full accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN), formerly the NLNAC, since 1966. Accreditation by the ACEN is voluntary and insures that LBCC’s Program of Nursing meets the highest standards in nursing education at both the state and national level.

For further information on accreditation, the ACEN may be contacted at:http://acenursing.org/# or via the contact information below:

Dr. Sharon Tanner, Chief Executive Officer
ACEN
3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850
Atlanta, GA 30326
office (404) 975-5000
fax (404) 975-3020
e-mail: sjtanner@acenursing.org

 
 
 

                                  

   RNWhere do I Start?LBCC


 
 
 
 

Student Transfer Rate:

Click here for up-to-date information about student transfer rate in California.

State Exam Pass Rates:

State exam pass rates for the ADN Program can be found here.

 

Nursing Program Information Meetings:

Mandatory Information Meetings Dates

Anyone interested in finding out information on the Associate Degree Nursing Program requirements and admission is advised to attend an information meeting held by the ADN program director on posted dates during the fall and spring semesters. See link above.

**The information meeting is mandatory to all students.**

 
 
 
Choose one of the following links:
 
RN program philosophy ADN Program Philosophy Program option Program Options - Which one is right for you?
       
       
Course Description Course Description
                
Student handbook Student Handbook
       
       
moodlelogo

Click this link for Login instructions to LMS

You can also watch this video for an overview of how the Moodle system works.

ADN program student orientation ADN Program Student Orientation
 
 
Nurse

Click here for tips on how to be a successful student and to learn how to get the most our of your college experience.

Scholarships for Nursing Students
                  
Click Articulation for information regarding transcript evaluation and transfer of credits to Long Beach City College.

Gainful Employment Program Disclosures - List of non-degree certificate programs to take in order to be eligible for Federal Student Aid at Long Beach City College.

 
 

  facebook

 
 

External Links

Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing
Centers of Disease Control and Prevention
American Association of Critical-Care Nurse
Emergency Nurses Association
American Diabetes Association
Health Information Portability and Accountability Act
American Psychiatric Nurses Association
Health Professions Education Foundation
American Health Care Association 
National Institutes of Health
American Nurses Association
Nursing for Nurses
Association of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nurses
Nursing Job Resource
Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
Occupational Safety and Health Administration                     
Association of Rehabilitation Nurses
Simulation Innovation Resource Center (SIRC)    
California Board of Registered Nursing
U.S. Department of Education
California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office
United Nurses Association of California
spacer