Nursing Program

We offer a strenuous program of nursing education leading to an Associated of Applied
Science Degree in Nursing (ADN). A student successfully completing the first year of this
program will be eligible to sit for the NCLEX-PN to become an LPN. A student successfully
completing both years of the program is eligible to sit for the NCLEX – RN to become licensed
as a registered nurse.

Admission is competitive, and twenty students are accepted each spring for admittance in the fall.
 

To Winter 2014 Applicants

Alert to Pre-Nursing Students who plan to apply to the OCCC Nursing Program in March 2014

Dear Applicants:

Thank you for your interest in Oregon Coast Community College’s (OCCC) Nursing Program. 

OCCC is in the process of signing a contract with a new accrediting college partner. As a result of this partnership, we are forced to make changes in the requirements for the OCCC Nursing Fall 2014 application.  We realize that some of these changes can be frustrating to students because of the timing. However, to order to maintain our ability to provide an accredited degree, there are no other options at this time.

Please review the revised application that is on the college website, with a particular focus on the list of required classes and the point sheet. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact my office at 541-867-8548 and our secretary, P. J. Pippin, will be happy to answer your questions or schedule an appointment to meet with me. You may also direct your questions to Barbara Kessel @ 541-867-8521. as you may know, she is the Nursing and Health Occupations Advisor.

Linda Mollino

Director of Nursing and Health Occupations

Application Forms

     OCCC Nursing Application for 2014 has been revised! 

OCCC 2014 Nursing Application

2014-2015 Degree Checklist for the Associate of Applied Science In Nursing

Disqualifying Crimes and Potentially Disqualifying Crimes

Estimated Costs

CPR certification is required: CPR classification must be Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers.  Classes are available through the American Heart Association or contact the Yachats Fire Department at 541-547-3266541-547-3266 for more information.

Current Student Infomation

Required Textbooks for Class of 2015

OCCC Student Nurse Handbook 2013-2015

Fun Video Clips

Highlights of the Nursing Class of 2011

 

Additional Info

Nursing Faculty & Staff Contacts

Frequently Asked Questions

Nursing Career Pathways

Technical Standards

Financial Aid - Letter from the President

 

Video Platform Video Management Video Solutions Video Player


  A project funded in part by a grant awarded under the President's
         Community-Based Job Training Grants, as implemented by the
U.S. Department of Labor's
Employment and Training Administration

OCCC Nursing Video

Advising: 

Students interested in entering the nursing program should make an appointment to meet with an OCCC advisor for initial and complex advising questions. If you’d like to schedule an advising appointment at Central County Center in Newport, call (541-867-8501541-867-8501). Academic advising is available at the North County Center in Lincoln City (541-996-6222541-996-6222) and the South County Center in Waldport (541-563-4502541-563-4502) by appointment only.

Nursing Program:

If you have specific questions about OCCC’s Nursing Program and application requirements, please contact PJ Pippin, Program Assistant, by phone at (541) 867-8548(541) 867-8548 or email patricia.pippin@occc.cc.or.us.

 

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