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The Lower Columbia College Nursing Program has a long history of preparing graduates to be compassionate and competent nurses. Upon completion of the program, graduates are eligible to take the examination for licensure as a registered nurse (NCLEX-RN®). Graduates are encouraged to continue their education in nursing.
The AN DTA/MRP degree and RN licensure prepare graduates for transfer as seniors to the following institutions in Washington: Heritage University, Pacific Lutheran University, St Martin’s University, Seattle Pacific University, UW Bothell, UW Seattle, WSU, WWU and Western Governors University. Additional options for continuing on in nursing education are available. For information about continuing your education in nursing with LCC partners, please see the University Center.
Applications for the full program are accepted twice a year, for a total of 60 openings – 20 students begin fall, winter, and spring quarters. Applications for entering LPNs are accepted once a year. Approximately 48 LPNs are selected in August for the LPN2RN eLearning program option which begins in September. The campus-based program has 4 to 6 openings each fall, winter, and spring quarter for LPNs to opt-in. These 12-18 LPN applicants are selected for admission in August each year. A Nursing Assistant course is available. Entry to the Nursing Program is not required for this course.
We are committed to providing excellence in nursing education that encompasses critical thinking, competencies in the role of provider of care, manager of care and member in the discipline of nursing, with an emphasis on life-long learning.
The Lower Columbia College Nursing Program is approved by the Washington State Nursing Care Quality Assurance Commission and accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).
We are here to help you reach your educational goals. Don't hesitate to contact us if you need help! Our contact information is at the bottom of every page. Or see the full list of all nursing faculty and staff.
Health & Science Building, 2nd floor
Fax: (360) 442-2879