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Madisonville Community College (MCC) has extended the application deadline for the Integrated Nursing Program until September 15 for the Spring 2016 program. All applicants are required to attend a pre-admission conference. Conference dates are Friday, August 21, beginning at 10 a.m. or Tuesday, September 1, at 3 p.m. All conferences will be held in the Byrnes Auditorium of the Hatley Building located on MCC s Health Sciences Campus (750 North Laffoon Street, Madisonville). Appointments are not required to attend.

Students applying for admission to MCC must complete and submit the following general admission requirements:
Application for Admission
Skills Assessment Test (ACT, Asset, or Compass) - Minimum scores for the nursing program on the ACT/Compass are as follows:
o Reading - ACT of 20 or above and/or COMPASS of 85 or above
o Writing - ACT of 18 or above and/or COMPASS of 74 or above
o Math/Algebra - ACT of 19 or above and/or COMPASS of 36 or above
Official transcript(s) from any other college(s) attended, with completed transcript evaluation request.
High school transcript or GED scores

In addition to the pre-admission nursing conference and the general admission requirements, students applying for the Integrated Nursing Program must:
Submit a completed MCC Nursing Program application (received only at the Pre-Admission Conference).
Submit a HESI A2 score of 75 or above for first semester applicants. Students must complete the following sections of the A2 exam: Math, Vocabulary, Reading, and Anatomy and Physiology. Contact the MCC Assessment Center at (270) 824-1702 to schedule a testing appointment. A study guide for the A2 exam may be purchased at the MCC Bookstore. The HESI A2 exam can only be taken once and the cost is $43.
Cumulative GPA must be 2.5 or above
All nursing students are required to pass a criminal background check upon admission into the nursing program.

Students in the Integrated Nursing program are chosen through a selective admission process based on cumulative points. The Admission Evaluation Form will be provided during each Pre-Admission Conference.

For additional information about MCC s Integrated Nursing Program, visit the Programs of Study page under the Academics tab on the college website at