Before you begin the application, read this important information CAREFULLY and COMPLETELY.
Students may apply for entry into only one program, including both Nursing and Health Science programs. Only one application may be submitted from each student. If additional applications are submitted, only the first application received will be reviewed for program entry consideration.
All applications must be submitted by midnight on September 16, 2015. Applications submitted after this time will not be considered.
All students submitting an application must be in good academic standing with the college, meaning that the student's overall Piedmont Tech GPA must be 2.0 or higher.
If you currently taking program-ready courses, you must wait until grades are officially posted to apply. The same applies for TEAS V/ HOBET V scores. You must have met the required scores PRIOR to submitting an application.
If you wish to apply for entry into the Transition Nursing program, this is NOT the correct application for you. The Transition Nursing applications are accepted only during the month of May at www.ptc.edu/transition.
IMPORTANT NOTE FOR NURSING APPLICANTS:
Students accepted into a nursing program for the fall semester will be REQUIRED to attend mandatory nursing program orientation on December 17, 2015. Any student who will not be able to attend orientation on this date should NOT apply for program entry for the spring, since failure to attend orientation will disqualify the student from spring program entry.
Attention ASSOCIATE DEGREE in NURSING (ADN) Applicants:
Students that apply for the ADN program can choose to be considered for the Practical Nursing (PN) program if they are not chosen for entry into the ADN program. This does not mean the student is applying to both programs, since eligible PN applicants will be given first priority to enter the PN program. ADN applicants who choose this option to be a PN "back-up" would be contacted for PN program entry ONLY if:
1. The applicant was NOT chosen to enter the ADN program, AND
2. The PN program does not have enough eligible PN applicants.