Acceptance into the Nursing program is competitive. Because a specific application procedure is required, it is important to talk with a college advisor when applying to Peninsula College and to review the content within the links below. Advising is provided through Student Services.
The Nursing program begins once a year during fall quarter.
Application Deadline for Fall Entry: May 1, 2021, 9:00 am
Pre-Nursing at Peninsula College
In stage one, you will apply to Peninsula College (not the Nursing program) as a pre-nursing student and begin preparing your Nursing Program Application. The below requirements must be completed before applying to the Nursing program.
- Attend a Nursing Information Session (highly encouraged and worth 2 points on your application).
- Meet the Technical Standards
- Complete Required Immunizations
- Confirm you can clear a criminal history background check
- Apply to Peninsula College and Transfer Prior Credit
- Confirm you have completed pre-requisite courses
- Take the TEAS test
- How to build a competitive application
- Other requirements
- Submit Your Application to the Nursing Program
Please contact Kate Dexter, Nursing Program Assistant, with any general questions about the application or application procedure at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact Student Services for general advising and planning pre-requisite courses at email@example.com
Please contact Dr. Alana Murphy, Director of Nursing, at firstname.lastname@example.org with specific questions that your general advisor or the Nursing Program Assistant is unable to answer
Submitting Your Application
Stage 2 is the process of applying to the Nursing program specifically. Once the above requirements are completed you can begin the application process by enrolling spring quarter in the Nursing Application Canvas course, which is open during Spring Quarter every year.
Completing the core requirements at Peninsula College will likely allow you to apply to other nursing programs with most requirements met. This is not a guarantee as every school has a unique set of requirements.
All persons who are 18 years of age or older, graduates of accredited high schools, or participants in the Running Start Program are eligible for admission to Peninsula College; however, admission to the college does not guarantee admission into specific professional/technical programs. The nursing program is among those for which an additional application is required. The criteria for admission and directions for making an application to the nursing program are outlined on this website and within the application link. The professional judgment of the nursing admittance committee will be given major consideration in making decisions relating to admittance into the nursing program.