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        Requirements to enter each of the Nursing Programs differ from those of other programs; be sure to read the program requirements below for the program you are applying for.

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        LVN to ADN Transition Program

        Harlingen

        The HESI Pre-entrance Exam for current LVN’s seeking to enter the LVN to ADN Transition Program must take the HESI Pre-entrance Exam. A score of 850 is required to apply to the program. The test will be administered online, but the TSTC testing center will help you in making the arrangements. Contact the Testing Center to schedule your exam.

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        Sweetwater

        We are glad you are interested in the Associate Degree in Nursing Program at TSTC. This is a transitional program of study leading to an Associate Degree in Nursing. Upon successful completion of the program, the ADN degree will be conferred by TSTC. The successful graduate will be eligible to sit for the NCLEX-RN exam to obtain licensure as a registered nurse from the Texas Board of Nursing. Students/graduates of the program may not work as a registered nurse until successfully passing the NCLEX-RN examination.

        There is a significant and growing need for registered nurses throughout the state of Texas and all over the United States. The Associate Degree in Nursing Program at TSTC Sweetwater is a fast-paced associate degree program that serves surrounding rural county areas of West Texas. TSTC works hand in hand with healthcare industry leaders to train highly qualified nurses. The program includes three semesters of nursing-related courses, simulation lab and clinicals. The entire program requires 60 credits, taking at least three full years to complete (includes one full year in the Vocational Nursing program). Academic courses taken at other schools may be accepted for credit. TSTC does not accept any nursing core course transfers.

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        This program is designed for Texas Licensed Vocational Nurses. The Associate Degree in Nursing program at TSTC in Sweetwater is a hybrid asynchronous online program with most of the program delivered online. Faculty supervised lab simulations are carried out at the Sweetwater campus. Hands-on supervised clinical experiences are conducted in a variety of area healthcare facilities (both acute and non-acute settings). The program may be completed in 12 months if general education courses are completed ahead of time or in two years if the student chooses to start with general education coursework.

        Because we want you to succeed and graduate, it is in your best interest (and ours) to make sure you know the challenges you will face when you become a student. An open, honest dialogue with an LVN to ADN faculty member should focus on your background, time commitment, previous college experience, and other factors that will help determine your likelihood of succeeding and graduating from TSTC Sweetwater, which, after all, is our shared goal.

        Please remember this program is a professional nursing program. Please keep all communication with the nursing school, ADN staff assistant, faculty, and director professional. This includes email, text, phone calls, and face-to-face conversations. We strive to always model professional behavior in nursing from nursing education to the bedside. The Associate Degree Nursing LVN – ADN Transition program at Texas State Technical College is approved by the Texas Board of Nursing (TBON). The program is further approved by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and is SACSCOC accredited. This advisory packet is designed by Texas State Technical College LVN to ADN staff to guide the prospective students with general information about the program and the application process.

        Lisa Van Cleave, EdD, RN
        Program Director
        LVN –ADN Transition
        Program Email: lisa.vancleave@tstc.edu

        Contact Information
        Mary Wilhite, Allied Health Student Services Specialist
        marywilhite@tstc.edu
        Texas State Technical College
        2082 Quantum Loop, Abilene, Texas 79602
        325-734-3644

        Information Resource:
        Kristi Hendrix, Secretary
        kristi.hendrix@tstc.edu
        Texas State Technical College
        300 Homer K. Taylor Dr., Sweetwater, Texas 79556
        325-235-7307

        Steps to Apply:

        1. APPLY TO BECOME A TSTC STUDENT VIA THE TSTC WEBSITE. It is advised that you begin with your admission to the college so you will have a TSTC email address and become a part of the college system prior to starting the ADN Packet. TSTC email is the accepted way of communicating with TSTC faculty and staff. Acceptance into the college and declaring nursing as your major does not guarantee acceptance into the core LVN to ADN transition program. ** The TSTC application has to process, and the prospective student must be rolled over as a student (all transcripts submitted) before this information is available. This information typically is given to the student when they are instructed to complete the Student Financial Obligation Agreement.**
        2. REQUEST ALL OF YOUR OFFICIAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS ARE SENT TO TSTC ADMISSIONS. Your transcripts (official) are extremely important to the admission process along with your applications. All official transcripts are to be requested by you & sent to the Admissions Department, NOT the nursing department. A copy of your transcripts needs to be put into the packet submitted to the nursing department. ** (see above)**
        3. COMPLETE A BACKGROUND CHECK THROUGH GROUP1.
          Go to this link (Use the link below to access Group1):
          https://gp1.acciodata.com/cgibin/pub/unsolicited_portal?guid=81gLiVPUGoHxyz19h25IEIm1mnesPPoq%20 and sign up for a background check as soon as you begin the application process. You need to click on the above link NOT copy/paste it. It will be $30.00. After the background check is completed, you will get an email stating it is completed. After this you will need to go back into your GP1 account and print a copy of the background check. Submit the copy of the complete background check with the application packet.
          Note: This is a separate requirement from the BON background check.
          *IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE THE REPORT BEFORE YOU SUBMIT, you will need to submit the disclosure form and confirmation page that you have started the background check process.
          *ONCE THE REPORT IS RECEIVED, and it is before the application due date, please send via email to mary.wilhite@tstc.edu
          *IF IT IS AFTER THE APPLICATION DUE DATE, please send via email to Kristi.hendrix@tstc.edu
        4. Summer/Fall 2022 Information Session Dates – Each session is 2 hours long and the potential student must attend in its entirety. Thursday, February 3 at 10 am; Saturday, February 12 at 3 pm; Friday, February 18 at 2 pm; Monday, February 21 at 7 pm; Monday, February 28 at 2 pm; Saturday, March 5 at 3 pm; Tuesday, March 15 at 10 am; and Monday, March 21 at 7 pm. Also, for the Fall Semester 2022 Saturday, March 5 at 3 pm; Tuesday, March 15 at 10 am; Monday, March 21 at 7 pm; Monday March 28 at 10 am; Friday, April 1 at 2 pm; Wednesday, April 6 at 7 pm; and Thursday April 7 at 3 pm. Please fill out the Informational Form to attend one of the sessions and put it on your calendar. It is an informational session only and does not indicate or guarantee acceptance to the ADN Program. The purpose of the session is to give you as much information as possible so that you are informed and know what the expectations are. It will outline all the details of the program, including but not limited to immunizations, uniforms, clinical requirements, and class registration.

        For all other information including prerequisites and testing information download the West Texas – Sweetwater Associate Degree in Nursing – Summer 2022 Application in the Information and Downloadable section.

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        Vocational Nursing

        Breckenridge and Sweetwater

        Program Requirements

        • Have all official transcripts of courses taken from other colleges sent to Texas State Technical College and reviewed by Admissions.
        • Submit a copy of picture ID (driver’s license or state issued ID) and Social Security card.
        • Must be able to pass a FBI background check and 10 panel drug screen (Applicant will receive further instructions after they have applied to the VN program).
        • All immunizations must be current including Hepatitis B series, MMR series, Varicella, TDap, Meningococcal vaccine, Influenza, and TB.
        • Anatomy and Physiology I & II, Medical Terminology, Medical Administration must be no older than 5 years to transfer in.
        • Must take TEAS exam at least once before acceptance into the program. Must have passed all four sections before first class day.

        Application Process

        • Apply for general acceptance to Texas State Technical College Sweetwater or Breckenridge by submission of Admission Application. Applicants mayclick hereto apply.
        • Request official sealed copy of your high school transcript or your GED diploma to the Admissions and Records Office. If you received your GED in Texas and need an official diploma, call the Texas Education Agency (TEA) at 512-463-9292 to obtain one.
        • Submit an official college transcript from all previously attended colleges to the New Student Admissions Office. The college transcript(s) must be an official transcript – imprinted with the college’s seal and delivered in a sealed envelope.
        • Vocational Nursing program is a 16-month program with the first semester courses being completed before application into the program. West Texas has one intake per year to begin in the spring semester. The deadline for submission of completed packets is listed in the Application Packet.
        • Complete financial aid application. (We recommend that you apply at least four months prior to registration.) If you are applying for federal financial aid, complete the “Free Application for Federal Student Aid” (FAFSA) for the Pell Grant and other financial aid and submit it to the federal processor. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information on other grants, scholarships, student loans or sponsoring agencies such as WIA or DARS. Veterans wanting to use their VA benefits should contact their local VA Certification Officer on campus. The “Free Application for Federal Student Aid” can be found atFAFSA
        • In Fall 2013, the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) Assessment established new college readiness standards for incoming students. The TSI Assessment is designed to help determine if students are ready for college-level coursework in the general areas of reading, writing and math. If the student does not meet testing requirements, the assessment will also help with student placement in courses that will aid in the preparation of student skills for college-level classes. For questions, please call 325-235-7441, Counseling and Testing.
        • Applicants to the VN Program must take the TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) Entrance Exam, consisting of four sections; reading, math, science and English. Information about the TEAS Study Guide Version 6.0 can be found athttp://www.atitesting.com/ati_store/product.aspx?zpid=1175. Complete information about the TEAS test is included in the application packet.
        • Courses to be considered for transfer credit must be submitted on an official sealed college transcript. Courses which are not identical with the catalog listing of courses or equivalent in the common course numbering system require a request for substitution form to be completed by the nursing department. The student must request this substitution and provide all official transcripts before requests.
        • Submit COMPLETE VN APPLICATION packet as instructed in the application package.
        • Applicants will be considered on an admission rating scale. See application packet for details.
        • Criminal background checks are required for students involved directly with clients in clinical facilities and by the Texas Board of Nursing for licensure. To pass the nursing courses involved in this program, you must complete clinical rotations at these sites. If you refuse or for any reason cannot complete this background check, or information received during this check is deemed unacceptable by the Board of Nursing and you will be refused access to a clinical facility, you will be ineligible for clinical participation and dismissed from the program due to inability to meet clinical objectives.
          Information on the procedure for obtaining a CBC and fingerprinting is available in the application packet. The Board of Nursing will issue a code and a form to be used for the fingerprinting. Prints from any other source or without the BON code will not be accepted.
        • DO NOT COMPLETE A BACKGROUND CHECK PRIOR TO APPLICATION. You will be notified when it is time to have your prints made. If, however, you answer yes to any of the board questions on page 16 of the packet, you should begin the declaratory order procedure.
        • Employment at many healthcare facilities and agencies require mandatory drug screening. Vocational Nursing students will be required to undergo a random drug screen prior to beginning clinical experiences and at any point during the program at the discretion of the Program Chair and/or Instructor. Failure to take or pass this drug test will result in inability to complete required clinical rotations.
        • Limited numbers of students are accepted in this program. The admission rating scale and application packet criteria will be used to determine acceptance. All candidates will be notified via email regarding admission status. ** Not all qualified candidates may be accepted.
        • Some students not selected will be notified that they are alternates. Students on the alternate list may be admitted if space becomes available.
        • Accepted applicants will be notified of the date, time and place to attend the MANDATORY ORIENTATION. Those accepted and not attending or arriving late to the orientation will automatically be dropped from consideration.

        For more information call 325-734-3644.

        • Steps to become a Vocational Nursing Student
        • Download the Application Packet
        • West Texas – VN Program Application Submission

        Harlingen

        The ATI-TEAS exam is used as part of the admission process for the Vocational Nursing program. This exam is available and should be taken at any of the TSTC Testing Centers. Applicants to this program should schedule a testing time. Complete program requirements are in the Information Download section.

        Information Downloads

        • Steps to become a Vocational Nursing Student
        • Harlingen – VN Program Application Submission
        • Harlingen – VN Program Application Packet
        • Harlingen – ATI TEAS Instructions
        • Harlingen Vocational Nursing Program TEAS VII Testing Dates for SP 2023 Cohort
        • Harlingen – VN Information Session
        • Vocational Nursing Program Immunization Form
        • COVID Vaccine Information
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        FAQs

        Is TSTC a 4 year college? ›

        If you're not sure about a four-year degree, our technical programs can help you get started in a career in less than two years. Take your culinary skills to a professional level in our Culinary Arts program.

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        The Associate Degree Nursing Program is a four semester, 60 credit hour program leading to the Associate in Applied Sciences Degree. The program prepares graduates to be eligible to take the NCLEX-RN Examination to become licensed as a Registered Nurse (R.N.) in Texas.

        How many years is TSTC? ›

        The Texas State Technical College System mission is published in Vernon's Texas Education Code Section 135.01: Texas State Technical College System is a coeducational two-year institution of higher education offering courses of study in technical vocational education for which there is demand within the State of Texas.

        What GPA do you need to get into TSTC? ›

        Applicants must have a minimum of a 2.0 GPA.

        What is a passing grade for TSTC? ›

        A cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher along with a 2.0 GPA for your last term of enrollment. A 67% cumulative completion rate along with a 67% completion rate for your last term of enrollment.

        What classes should I take in community college to be a nurse? ›

        • Anatomy and Physiology. Human anatomy and physiology form the foundation of any nursing degree. ...
        • Writing and Communication. Nurses don't just consult with patients and make verbal recommendations. ...
        • Chemistry and Pharmacology. ...
        • Health Assessment. ...
        • Ethics. ...
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        How do you become a nurse? ›

        A registered nurse may choose to obtain a Bachelor of Nursing degree, which involves theoretical training at a university and clinical training at an approved training hospital or other training institution. Another option is to obtain a Nursing Diploma from a college.

        How do I become an RN in Dallas? ›

        It's essentially a three-step process: Graduate with a BSN or associate's degree. Pass the NCLEX-RN licensing exam. Take continuing education courses that Texas requires for licensed nurses.

        Does TSTC have dorms? ›

        Our Palo Blanco dorms in Harlingen give you the opportunity to share your college living experience to make lifelong memories. Each dorm comes with standard twin beds, a desk, a mini-refrigerator, a two-burner stove and dinette set.

        Is trade school free in Texas? ›

        Q. How much does a trade school cost? Cost varies by program and school, but in Texas, many community colleges offer vocational programs for under $2,200 per year.

        What is TSTC most known for? ›

        TSTC is a technical college designed to provide vocational and technical education to people entering the workforce or in the midst of a career change. As such, it primarily offers the associate of applied science (AAS) degree (along with certificates of completion).

        Does TSTC require ACT or SAT? ›

        SAT scores are not required for admission consideration at Texas State Technical College Waco.

        What are my chances of getting into Texas state? ›

        Texas State University admissions is selective with an acceptance rate of 70%. Half the applicants admitted to Texas State University have an SAT score between 990 and 1180 or an ACT score of 18 and 25.

        Does Texas State Technical College drug test? ›

        Drug-Free School

        We are a drug- and alcohol-free college. Learn more, get help, or report a concern.

        Does TSTC have a nursing program? ›

        The Associate Degree in Nursing Program at TSTC Sweetwater is a fast-paced associate degree program that serves surrounding rural county areas of West Texas. TSTC works hand in hand with healthcare industry leaders to train highly qualified nurses.

        How long is a semester at TSTC? ›

        The semester is 103 calendar days long. Classes are scheduled for the entire semester.

        What is TSTC mascot? ›

        Texas State Technical College hopes re-branding the school's tornado mascot will produce a whirlwind of interest from prospective students.

        Is nursing the hardest major? ›

        There's a rumor circulating on the internet that The Guinness Book of Work Records has declared a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing to be the toughest of all bachelor's degrees to obtain. There's no truth to this claim.

        What kind of math do I need for nursing? ›

        Nursing in the "real world" generally requires very basic math skills, but almost all programs require at least one college-level math class — usually algebra. Some nursing schools may require a basic statistics course as well, so if you know what schools you're applying to, be sure to check for this requirement.

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        Is a nursing degree hard? ›

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        What subject do I need to study nursing? ›

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        How long does it take to get RN license in Texas? ›

        How long does it take to get my permanent nursing license? The Texas Board of Nursing (BON) staff has a target of 15 business days from the date the last item needed is received to review and, if approved, to submit an endorsement application for a license to be issued, then for the license to be issued.

        How much does it cost to become an RN in Texas? ›

        Nursing education costs range between $2,560 and $58,880 on tuition, books, supplies, and fees if you're training to become an LVN at a two-year state program to $16,270 to $122,990 if you're completing a four-year nursing baccalaureate at a public or private university in the Lone Star State. What Can I Become?

        How long does it take to become a nurse? ›

        Depending on the specific nursing program that you enroll in, it could take anywhere from 16 months to four years to become a registered nurse. “I chose to earn my BSN, which takes four years,” says ChiChi Akanegbu, who completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Regis College as a part of the Class of 2020.

        What is TSTC acceptance rate? ›

        It is a mid-size institution with an enrollment of 6,282 undergraduate students. The Texas State Technical College acceptance rate is 100%.

        Is TSTC a public or private school? ›

        Texas State Technical College is a public institution in Waco, Texas. Its campus is located in a city with a total enrollment of 12,445. The school utilizes a semester-based academic year. The student-faculty ratio is 15-to-1.

        How much are the dorms at TSTC? ›

        ExpenseOn CampusOff Campus
        Room and Board$9,072$11,550
        — Housing$5,104
        — Meals$2,970
        Other Living Expenses$5,115$5,823
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        What age can you start trade school in Texas? ›

        Minimum Qualifications. To apply for Registered Apprenticeship training, you must: Be no less than 16 years of age; however, individuals must usually be 18 years of age in a hazardous occupations.

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        Does TSTC require TSI? ›

        All prospective TSTC students, unless exempt or waived from the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) testing requirements, must take the TSI Assessment before enrolling at TSTC.

        Is Texas State Technical College a good school? ›

        According to College Factual's 2023 analysis, TSTC is ranked #335 out of 2,241 schools in the nation that were analyzed for overall quality. This puts it in the top 15% of all schools in the nation. This is an improvement over the previous year, when TSTC held the #418 spot on the Best Overall Colleges list.

        How many students go to TSTC? ›

        What type of college is TSTC? ›

        Texas State Technical College (TSTC) is a public community college with 10 campuses throughout Texas. TSTC is the State of Texas's only public multicampus technical college, offering associate degrees and certificates in technical skills and trades.

        What is the difference between a college and a technical school? ›

        Technical colleges tend to offer more hands-on learning and require fewer unnecessary classes than four-year colleges. If you want some of the traditional college experience – there are technical colleges that offer on-campus dorms, intramural sports, various clubs and other student activities.

        How long is a semester at TSTC? ›

        The semester is 103 calendar days long. Classes are scheduled for the entire semester.

        Does TSTC require SAT? ›

        SAT scores are not required for admission consideration at Texas State Technical College Waco.

        Does TSTC have dorms? ›

        Our Palo Blanco dorms in Harlingen give you the opportunity to share your college living experience to make lifelong memories. Each dorm comes with standard twin beds, a desk, a mini-refrigerator, a two-burner stove and dinette set.

        What are the requirements to get into TSTC? ›

        Here are a few things you'll need to submit: A college admissions application online. Any high school/GED and college transcripts you might have. A record of bacterial meningitis vaccination if you're under 22 years of age.

        What is TSTC known for? ›

        Texas State Technical College is an above-average public college located in Waco, Texas. It is a mid-size institution with an enrollment of 6,282 undergraduate students. The Texas State Technical College acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Welding, Electrical Engineering Technician, and Diesel Mechanics.

        Are technical degrees worth it? ›

        In fact, students with technical associate's degrees have a higher employment rate than the national average. The jobs worth going to college for are the ones that are in demand, and a technical education can prepare you for those hot careers.

        What are the disadvantages of attending a career technical school? ›

        Downsides of Technical College
        • A Rigorous Schedule. Typically, there are no breaks when you attend technical school. ...
        • Potentially Less Financial Aid. Another downside is that you might receive less financial aid than a traditional college student. ...
        • Less Adaptability.

        Is technical training better than a college degree? ›

        Generally speaking, trade school isn't “better” or “worse” than college, but it can be a great fit for people who don't want to spend several years completing academic study, and would instead prefer a more direct path to an entry-level career.

        How much is housing at TSTC? ›

        TSTC Housing and Meal Plan Costs Housing and meal plans are priced out separately at TSTC. The average student spent $4,993 for housing and $2,970 for dining in 2020.

        Is Texas State Technical College a good school? ›

        According to College Factual's 2023 analysis, TSTC is ranked #335 out of 2,241 schools in the nation that were analyzed for overall quality. This puts it in the top 15% of all schools in the nation. This is an improvement over the previous year, when TSTC held the #418 spot on the Best Overall Colleges list.

        Does TSTC offer a money back guarantee? ›

        We are so confident in the quality of our technical education that with some of our high-demand, Money-Back Guarantee programs we guarantee you will find a job within six months of graduation—or your money back.

        Is TSTC a public or private school? ›

        Texas State Technical College is a public institution in Waco, Texas. Its campus is located in a city with a total enrollment of 12,445. The school utilizes a semester-based academic year. The student-faculty ratio is 15-to-1.

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        All prospective TSTC students, unless exempt or waived from the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) testing requirements, must take the TSI Assessment before enrolling at TSTC.

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