Associate Degree Nursing Application
ADN Program


STEP 1: apply to Long Beach City College

Before you can apply to the Nursing program, you must first apply for admission to Long Beach City College. Please take a look at our enrollment guides on the Get Started section of our site and choose the path that is right for you.

Step 2: Attend the Mandatory Information Meeting

Students interested in enrolling in the Associate Degree in Nursing program should attend one of the information meetings which are held during the Fall and Spring semesters. These meetings are mandatory for entrance into the program.

Step 3: Complete the Nursing Application

All students must submit the Associate Degree Nursing Program Application before being admitted to the Nursing program. Before submitting the application, please review the following application requirements for the ADN program.

Applications are being accepted during March 4 – 8, 2019 in C-101. Counselors will be available to review applications as they are submitted.

Step 4: Take the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS)

Long Beach City College adheres to the guidelines provided by the California Community College Chancellors Office with regards to the TEAS test and remediation policy. Students must pass the TEAS test with a 62% or higher on their first attempt. If students do not pass on their first attempt, then they will need to make an appointment with the ADN Program Director for a remediation plan. Further details will be discussed at the information sessions for all interested students and at the first advisement meeting held for all provisionally accepted students.

Step 5: Complete a Background Check