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Welcome to the Arkansas Northeastern College Associate Degree Nursing web page.

The Associate Degree in Applied Science Degree (AAS) in Nursing is awarded upon successful completion of the associate degree nursing (ADN) program.  Arkansas Northeastern College Associate Degree Nursing Program is committed to providing students the opportunity to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to successfully pass the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN) to become a Registered Nurse.  The ADN program is approved by the Arkansas State Board of Nursing.  The Associate Degree Nursing program is offered at ANC Main Campus and the Paragould Campus by distance learning.

Admission to the ADN program is open to all students meeting selective admission criteria:  Arkansas Northeastern College operates under a nondiscriminatory policy with regard to race, color, age, religion, sex and national origin.  A thorough understanding of the curriculum, policies and standards underlying the ADN Program is essential for goal-directed behavior and ultimate success in the completion of the nursing program.

Information Guidelines include information about the programs/options, admission, criteria, curriculum, program costs, and applications.


Information Guidelines

 -ADN Traditional Option

          - ADN Traditional Advising Checklist 


 -ADN LPN to RN Option

           - ADN LPN to RN Advising Checklist


How do I apply?
Application Process
-ANC Admission Application
-Associate Degree Nursing Traditional - Admission Application

-LPN to RN - Admission Application
-Statement of Responsibility & Understanding of Functional Categories

-Request for Exception or Waiver



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contact :.
Tonya Pankey
Director of Associate
Degree Nursing 870.780.1223

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