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Due to Covid-19: We will accept online courses for all prerequisites taken in Spring, Summer, Fall of 2020, Spring 2021, and Fall 2021 including those with an online lab component from an accredited institution, to be vetted by Enrollment Services.

FALL 2021 APPLICATION WORKSHOP AND PROGRAM OVERVIEW

 

College of Marin’s Director of Nursing, Dr. Alicia Bright, and the Chair of the Counseling department, Gina Cullen, will review the application requirements, the application process and provide a general overview of the nursing program and answer any/all of your questions. This information is helpful for those applying in this coming cycle (Nov 1, 2021-Feb 1, 2022) or those that are looking to apply in the near future.

All three sessions will cover the same content, so you’ll only need to attend one.


Wednesday, November 17, 2021 12:40-1:30pm

Join Zoom Meeting

 

Meeting ID: 953 1019 9531

Passcode: 626760

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Individuals seeking access support or reasonable accommodations to attend this event may contact Student Accessibility Services at sas@marin.edu or 415-485-9406


Monday, December 6, 2021 12:40-1:30pm

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Meeting ID: 953 8985 0065

Passcode: 475690

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Individuals seeking access support or reasonable accommodations to attend this event may contact Student Accessibility Services at sas@marin.edu or 415-485-9406


Wednesday, January 12, 2022 12:40-1:30pm

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Meeting ID: 952 2944 4660

Passcode: 227110

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Individuals seeking access support or reasonable accommodations to attend this event may contact Student Accessibility Services at sas@marin.edu or 415-485-9406


FALL 2022 Admission

November 1, 2021 — February 1, 2022

Download Multi-Criteria Spreadsheet 2022


Fall 2023 Admission

November 1, 2022 — February 1, 2023

Download Multi-Criteria Spreadsheet 2023 (Please read. The criteria are updated for 2023.)


The Registered Nursing Education Program at College of Marin prepares students for entry into the nursing profession and serves as a foundation for advanced nursing studies. The Program faculty views Nursing Education as an individualized, collaborative endeavor that assists students in acquiring the knowledge, skills, and values necessary for entry-level nursing practice. Emphasizing critical thinking, effective communication, and cultural and clinical competence, the Program aims to prepare graduates for roles as care providers across the healthcare continuum, as managers of care, and as active members of the nursing profession.

The Program affirms the dignity and worth of each individual and strives to educate students who are adaptable, responsible, politically aware, and committed to lifelong learning.