Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Program
Starting Winter 2022 application period and moving forward, the NA-C requirement will transition back to the original requirement which is to successfully complete a Nursing Assistant Certified (NAC) Program and obtain a valid/active Washington State Nursing Assistant Certification (NAC) prior to applying. We will no longer accept an NA-R or NA-C Certificate of Completion.
Please Note: This program is offered through Seattle Central College, although you may be able to take your classes at South Seattle College. For more information, please refer to Seattle Central College’s ADN homepage.
The Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program offers an Associate in Nursing Direct Transfer Agreement/Major Related Program (AN DTA/MRP) degree with a two-year curriculum designed to prepare registered nurses for the workforce. The program includes nursing theory, skills lab, clinical practice and general education.
New students are accepted into the six–quarter program in fall. Students are accepted by a lottery of applicants who have completed all program admission requirements by the application submission deadline. Opening and closing dates will be posted before each application period. For more information, please refer to Seattle Central College’s ADN homepage.
Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Information Sessions:
Admission to the program will be determined by a lottery of applicants who have submitted complete applications and meet all program admission requirements. Please review the ADN program information packet below before submitting your application.