Nursing Additional Information
TEAS is the pre-admission Nursing Program Test. We are happy to announce that additional TEAS exam dates will be administered using the remote proctoring service Proctor through ATI. This will permit candidates to test at home. All candidates will need a laptop or desktop computer in order to take the TEAS test remotely. No iPads, tablets or phones can be used. In addition, all computer devices will need to have the following technical requirements:
- Microphone: Any microphone, external or internal
- Webcam: (320x240 VGA resolution minimum, can be internal or external webcam)
- The internet speed required is 0.092 – 0.244 Mbps. Test your internet speed.
- Google Chrome must be downloaded and installed on device
- All testers must also have a government –issued ID (e.g. driver’s license)
A full list of ATI’s technical requirements can be found at www.atitesting.com/technical-requirements. We ask that students schedule at least 72 hours in advance of their desired testing time through our testing website. Tests will be administered beginning at 8:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. daily, Monday through Saturday.
You will need to schedule the TEAS test through the Tyler Testing Center. During this situational time frame, a student will only be allowed to schedule the TEAS test twice at Tyler.
- Application for Readmission
- Tyler Student Handbook
- Nursing Student Handbook
- Workforce Credentials Scholarship
- Estimated Program Costs
- NCLEX Pass Rates
- Nursing Achievement Data
- Nursing Program Eligibility Requirements
- Prospective Nursing Student Online Information Sessions
- Requirements after Acceptance to the Nursing Program
- Steps to Apply
- TEAS Sample-bar graph format
- TEAS Test Information
On your application, you can select Nursing, AAS as your major and will be placed into it based on your agreement of the following:
As a student interested in nursing as my academic major, I understand that when I enroll at John Tyler Community College, my major may be declared as nursing. I understand that while nursing may be my declared major, I will not be eligible to enroll in any nursing classes (NSG prefix) until I am formally admitted into the AAS Nursing program. I understand that I must first meet all requirements for admission into the AAS-Nursing program to include: completing all pre-requisite courses with a grade of “C” or better, maintaining a minimum GPA, meeting minimum entrance exam scores, and submitting the official application to the nursing program. John Tyler Community College’s AAS-Nursing program is competitive, and I understand that even if I achieve or exceed minimum entrance requirements, I am not guaranteed admission into the nursing program. If I am not formally admitted to the AAS-Nursing program at John Tyler Community College, I understand that I will not be allowed to enroll in nursing (NSG) classes and may be removed from the nursing major at that time.
Current and Prospective Students
- Mission Statement and Philosophy
- Joint statement of the Department of Health and the Department of Health Professions on Impact of Criminal Convictions on Nursing Licensure or Certification and Employment in Virginia
Pursuant to United States Department of Education (US DOE) regulation 34 CFR 668.43 (a) (5) (v), the John Tyler Community College Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program provides the following information for all prospective and current students:
The John Tyler Community College (JTCC) ADN program meets all Virginia Board of Nursing requirements for pre-licensure nursing education programs in the Commonwealth of Virginia. In addition, the JTCC ADN program meets all requirements for nationally recognized accreditation by the Accrediting Commission for Education in Nursing. The AAS-Nursing Nursing Program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN), 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, Georgia 30326. ACEN can be contacted by Phone: (404) 975-5000, by email or web. The program was last approved in July 2018. There are no accreditation stipulations. The registered nursing program is approved by the Virginia State Board of Nursing, Perimeter Center, 9960 Maryland Drive, Suite 300, Richmond, VA 23233-1463, (804) 367-4515.
The Commonwealth of Virginia participates with 32 other states in the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) National Licensing Compact (NLC) to allow nurses licensed in one state to provide nursing care across state lines in other compact states. The Uniform Licensing Requirements (ULRs) are found at: https://www.ncsbn.org/NLC_ULRs.pdf.
States currently in the NLC are found at: https://www.ncsbn.org/nlcmemberstates.pdf. Prospective and current students are strongly encouraged to evaluate all state requirements in jurisdictions where they intend to practice nursing. A list of all state requirements is found at: https://www.ncsbn.org/14730.htm.
John Tyler Community College has not determined if the ADN program meets the requirements of any other states.
This statement serves to meet the USDOE regulation until further notice.
For additional information, contact the Nursing Office: 804-706-6500.