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Why Choose This Program
St. Cloud Technical and Community College’s (SCTCC) Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program provides the students with academic, labs and clinical opportunities to acquire the knowledge, skills and core qualities to become a registered nurse.
Students are provided an opportunity to become a registered nurse through progression of nursing assistant to licensed practical nurse to registered nurse. Students who complete the ADN program will have the opportunity to apply to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program demonstrating SCTCC’s commitment to a well-lit educational path, reflecting the community’s needs and SCTCC’s responsiveness through this mobility program.
This professional education program is a combination of classroom lectures, simulation labs, clinical activities, along with other numerous learning opportunities. The program is demanding and quite rigorous in the scope and depth of study. In this program, you will be expected to display personal responsibility and understanding of the requirements of the program and profession. Additional program information is available through the links on this webpage and our program information meetings.
Program Information Session
To learn more about the Nursing (A.D.N.) program, sign up for an Information Session. These sessions provide an opportunity to:
- Talk face-to-face with program faculty.
- Tour state-of-the-art labs, where hands on learning comes to life.
- Get your questions answered.
If you are currently a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) not enrolled at SCTCC, and want to find out more about the LPN to ADN Mobility Program and SCTCC, sign-up to attend a Nursing/ADN Program Information Meeting .
Review Nursing (A.D.N.) (2-year R.N.) web pages to learn more about the program. For assistance with applying to SCTCC, please contact the SCTCC Admissions Team. For questions about transfer course work, please review the program academic advising link for the steps in applying to SCTCC as a transfer student.