Q: Do I need a computer?
Q: What is the application deadline?
Q: If I apply for the program, when will I find out if I have been admitted?
Q: What is the application process?
Q: What is the selection criteria?
Q: What clinical sites are available?
Q: How are clinical site assignments determined?
Q: What does the part-time program look like?
Q: Which chemistries do you accept?
Q: Do I need a computer?A: Yes, the AD Mobility Nursing program is a laptop requiring program. You are required to have your laptop with you to all theory classes. You will need a computer and internet access from home as all the nursing classes are internet assisted. The laptop requirements tab provides specifications for laptop needs.
Q: What is the application deadline?A: The application deadline is February 28th for fall semester. The application deadline is September 30th for the spring start.
Q: If I apply for the program, when will I find out if I have been admitted?A: You will receive notification of acceptance or rejection by October 31st for the spring start, and by March 31st for the fall start.
Q: What is the application process?A: Students planning to apply for admission to the AD Mobility Nursing program need to apply first to Northland Community and Technical College for admission to the college.
Q: What is the selection criteria?A: See the AD Mobility Policy Book
Q: What clinical sites are available?A: In Thief River Falls, we have clinicals at Sanford Health in Thief River Falls, MN, and Essentia Medical Center in Fosston, MN.
Q: How are clinical site assignments determined?A: We will be sending out acceptance letters for everyone on the same day. As soon as you get your information, there will be a list of items that we will need to receive from you before assigning a priority for clinical site placement. These documents include:
Q: What does the part-time program look like?A: We have block scheduling for students to help accommodate work needs. Many students come in with several of their general education courses completed. If you are ONLY taking nursing credits, your schedule would look like this for the spring part time program:
Q: Which chemistries do you accept?A: We accept any 3 or 4 credit college level chemistry with a lab component to it, but you should know the differences between the different chemistries. We recommend the Survey of Gen/Org/Inorganic Chemistry Course. You will receive three extra points in the selection process if you complete the NCTC CHEM 2205 Survey of Gen/Org/Inorganic Chemistry rather than another chemistry course.