Get Started with Your AAS Nursing Degree
You must be selected for admission to the the Associate of Applied Science Degree – Registered Nurse program at CMC
Download the AAS Nursing Admission Application Packet (pdf)
The nursing program general education courses listed below are not required to be completed to apply for the nursing program; however, the majority of students admitted to the program have completed most, if not all of these general education courses at the time of application or enrollment in the program. A grade of “C” or higher (not C-) is required in general education and nursing courses. Applicants are assigned points based on grades achieved in the following general education courses. Applicants will receive half points for general education courses in progress during the spring semester.
- BIO111 General College Biology with Lab 5 credits (max points 16 for “A”)
- BIO201/221 Anatomy & Physiology I with Lab 4 credits (max points 16 for “A”)
- BIO202/222 Anatomy & Physiology II with Lab 4 credits (max points 16 for “A”)
- BIO204 Microbiology 4 credits (max points 16 for “A”)
- PSY235 Human Growth & Development 3 credits (max points 9 for “A”)
Other courses necessary for completion of the ADN program are:
- *HPR 115 Intro to Nutrition 2 credits
- *Social/Behavioral Science Elective 3 credits
Students are awarded points for asterisked (*) courses in the nursing application process. Students who are planning to receive financial aid at full-time status or who may need full-time status for other reasons may choose to take these courses during the nursing program. Students receiving financial aid may benefit from carrying 12 credits or more each semester; however, students may choose to be awarded financial aid based on three-quarter time enrollment.
Reviewing the nursing curriculum may be helpful. Discuss your financial aid needs and circumstances with a financial aid specialist and/or a CMC student services counselor to determine your optimal plan for completion of the general education courses and NUR courses once in the program.
Computer competency is strongly recommended if you are seeking admission into the ADN nursing program. All admitted students must have reliable transportation to attend clinical sites which may be up to 300 miles from campus.
You must demonstrate college-level proficiency in reading, writing and mathematics as part of acceptance into this program.
This nursing program has certain physical and academic standards (pdf) which you will be required to meet before you are admitted to the program. Students accepted into the college’s vocational programs must be physically, mentally, and emotionally self-supportive with reasonable accommodations. If there is a concern about meeting the physical and academic standard, students need to contact the Disability Services Coordinator who will determine the student’s ability to participate in this program.
You must be selected for admission to enroll in this program. Colorado Mountain College admits the best qualified candidates to ADN program each fall. Students must have a GPA of 2.4 to be considered for admission to the nursing program. Admission requirements and procedures are detailed in the nursing admission packet. Requirements and procedures are reviewed each year and are subject to change. It is the student’s responsibility to obtain and complete the current the current year’s admission packet.
The application deadline for this nursing school program is February 1. Applications will not be accepted after the deadline.
Both the Nursing Admission Application Packet and the Colorado Mountain College admissions application are required for admission into the nursing program.
LPNs licensed in the state of Colorado wishing to advance their education for Registered Nursing for an AAS Degree in Nursing need to complete the Advanced Placement Application
If you have trouble downloading these documents, or need additional information, contact the Spring Valley admissions staff at 800-621-8559 or (970) 947-8276.