Practical Nursing Application

Attention Practical Nursing and Registered Nursing Applicants:
The application deadline has been extended!
The deadline to apply to either the PN or RN program is Wednesday, May 15, 2019!

Students who are accepted into the Registered Nursing program for start of Summer 2019 will need to have successfully completed (with a grade of “C” or better) the following courses successfully by the end of the Summer 2019 semester:

  • Bio 141
  • ENG 111
  • PSY 230 or equivalent
  • SDV 100 or equivalent

PN Applicants

In order to fulfill the requirements of the application process; the following documents are necessary, and your complete Application Packet must be turned into the Nursing Department located on the Franklin Campus, office 136k; the complete application packet needs to be hand delivered prior to the application deadline incomplete application packets will not be considered.

  1. A hard copy of your PN Application that you submitted online; – the application is fillable and submittable online; the application will go live September 1, 2018, and the deadline to apply is May 15, 2019
  2. Current (dated Fall 2018 or Spring 2019), Passing HESI Scores, minimum of 70 percentile in each category: English, Science and Math is passing for Nursing Programs: ADN, and PN
  3. Official Transcripts
    • High School
    • GED
    • Community College (except PDCCC)
    • University
    • Trade School
  4. Professional License (only if applicable)
  5. Current AHA CPR Certification for Health Care Providers
  6. Evidence of attendance in one of the mandatory advising/information sessions held each month during the application period

Application for Admission to the PDCCC PN Program

PDCCC History: Please answer yes or no

  • If you have not taken classes at PDCCC within the last three years, you should complete a new Application to the College and take the placement tests again

Educational Background


  • CNA

  • LPN

  • # 1 College/ Higher Ed.

  • #2 College/ Higher Ed.

Previous Work Experience

  • Explain.
  • (illness, use of alcohol, drugs, narcotics, or chemicals)? Explain.
  • (Moral turpitude is a legal concept that refers to "conduct that is considered contrary to community standards of justice, honesty or good morals). Explain.
  • I certify that this information is accurate and complete. I understand that giving incomplete or false information is grounds for denial of the application. I authorize Paul D. Camp Community College to request such information as necessary to verify my qualifications/suitability for the Nursing Program for which I have applied. I hereby release from all liability or damage those individuals who provide information related to my education or character and waive any rights of inspection of such information.

    Nursing students are involved in the provision of direct patient care in medical facilities. Certain medical facilities require all nursing students to have a Virginia State Police criminal history and sex offender’s crimes against minors background investigation completed prior to the provision of patient care. Some facilities may also require drug testing for nursing students. Any student found guilty of a misdemeanor or felony prior to or during nursing education will be required to request an Exemption from Disqualification from each of the medical facilities to which they may be assigned during the program. If an exemption is not granted by the medical facility, the student will be unable to complete the requirements for the nursing program, and will not be permitted to progress through the program. Students will be required to submit similar documentation to the Virginia Board of Nursing when making application to take the registered nursing exam in Virginia. The Board of Nursing can deny licensure to any applicant who has filed false credentials, who has falsely represented facts on the application for licensure, and/ or who has committed a felony or misdemeanor. In addition, certain health care facilities may not hire individuals who have committed a felony or misdemeanor.

    I understand that the responsibility for providing all transcripts and documentations to the nursing office lies with the applying student. Failure to provide required documents will be grounds for non-acceptance. I understand that the following documents are required:

    1. Official transcripts from high school or GED scores, colleges, and other higher education facilities

    2. Evidence of U.S. citizenship or authorization to reside in the United States