1: Fall 2015 - A Chabot College Application for Admission must be submitted to the college prior to applying to the Nursing Program. To apply to Chabot College go to www.chabotcollege.edu, upper right corner APPLY ONLINE.
2: Review your transcripts for accurate dates of admission and courses term dates for pre-requisite courses.
General Education: English 1A C-ID ENGL 100, Sociology 1 C-ID SOCI 110, Psychology 1 C-ID PSY 110, and Communications 1, or 10 C-ID COMM 110 or 130 and the following
Sciences: Human Anatomy, Human Physiology and Microbiology. All transcripts must be complete with fall grades.
*C-ID is a supplemental common course numbering system aimed at helping students and faculty identify courses across institutions that fulfill associate or baccalaureate degree requirements. Beginning in fall 2012, some ASSIST reports will include C-ID designations for approved courses.
You can earn only one "C" in the science courses above. Minimum science GPA is 2.5.
You must request one set of official transcripts from all previously attended schools (except high school*) and colleges and submit with your application no later than January 31, 2015. *ONLY, if you have taken college classes while attending high school those transcripts must high school transcripts be included. Philippine transcripts must come directly from the Philippine school. An evaluation service is not accepted from the Philippines.
Transcripts with fall classes must have fall grades posted on the transcript. Incomplete transcript will disqualify you from the application process.
3: Review the Criterion Worksheet. Calculate your Fall 2015 eligibility.
4: Application for Fall 2015 opens November 1, 2014.
Sign into Class-Web. Select Student Services & Financial Aid Tab. Select Click Chabot Nursing Application Menu. Select Chabot Nursing Application and follow the prompts. Instructions Instructions with Pictures
You must have the capability to PRINT the confirmation page, checklist and criterion worksheet at this time. Changes or edits after submission will not be accepted. You may submit your application only one time.
5: Review the Criterion Worksheet (total points sections 1-6). Complete page 1. Complete the ADN Supporting Documentation. Complete and submit the Application Packet Checklist.
6: Application for Fall 2015 deadline is January 31, 2015. Hand carried documents will not be accepted. Your application packet, including transcripts must be mailed. Submit the completed application packet to:
Chabot College, Nursing Application, Box 5, 25555 Hesperian Blvd, Hayward, CA 94545
Complete application packets includes: F2015 Confirmation page, F2015 Checklist, F2015 Criterion Worksheet, ADN Supporting documentation, and transcripts from every college (except Chabot or Las Positas) you have attended. Fall 2014 grades must be posted for transcripts to be considered completed.
NOTE: Failure to follow all the above steps will result in the application being removed from eligibility.
PROCEDURES FOR SELECTION INTO THE APPLICANT POOL AND ADMISSION TO THE NURSING PROGRAM - Fall 2015
After the January 31, 2015 deadline, students who have applied to Chabot Spring 2014, submitted the Class-Web online application, who meet the minimum requirements of having completed the science prerequisites, general education prerequisites AND whose transcripts from all schools attended have been received will have their application evaluated and criterion points assigned. Application packet must be postmarked on or before January 31, 2015.
Criterion Worksheet points sections 1 - 6. will be verified.
Top 100 up to 120 qualified students will be required to take the TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) Version V through Assessment Testing Incorporated (ATI). Every student must score 62 percent in their 'Adjusted Individual Total Score'. (*These levels maybe adjusted on or before the testing period.) Applicants will be notified of test date. You may take the test prior to applying, but it is not required.
The TEAS points will be added to the preliminary criterion score. The total criterion points will be used to rank and select the top 40 students into the Nursing Program.
Non-selected, but eligible applicants will be entered into the "alternate" pool and selected on merit based rank-order and given an alternate number.
Those names selected in the first group of 40 will be notified no later than April 30th. Alternates will also be notified of their alternate status by mail no later than May 30.