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Admission Information

Admission Requirements

  1. Application and admission to Mt. San Jacinto College, along with completion of MSJC's enrollment process.

  2. A minimum cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 on a 4.0 college scale and a grade "C" or better in the following admission requirement courses (prerequisites):


Course Name


Anatomy 101

Anatomy & Physiology I *


Anatomy 102

Anatomy & Physiology II *+


Biology 125

Microbiology *+


Math 140

Math 140 Introduction to Statistics or any College Level Math listed 100 or above


English 101

Freshman Composition


LVN-ADN Additional Requirement

Psyc 101/Psyc 101H

Introduction to Psychology or Honors Introduction to Psychology


+These courses require prerequisites.

*Effective Spring 2020, the Nursing Program is accepting online/hybrid courses until further notice. Please Note: other Nursing programs may not accept online/hybrid courses.

  1. Submit proof of High School Diploma or equivalent (U.S. accredited or evaluated), and all official transcripts from all colleges and/or universities attended to Enrollment Services. Electronic transcripts must be submitted to All foreign transcripts must be evaluated by an approved accredited U.S. company found at Once completed you will receive a letter stating your program application eligibility via your Self-Service account.

  2. Meet with a Health and Wellness Pathway Counselor to review required coursework, develop an educational plan, get an overview of timelines associated with applying to the program, and sign off on your Nursing Transcript Evaluation Request to get your Program Notes.
  • All Official Transcripts from other colleges attended must be submitted or already on file before meeting with a Health and Wellness Pathway counselor so they can sign off on your Nursing Transcript Evaluation if needed.

  1. Program Notes: Once all program prerequisites are completed or you are in the last semester of completion you may complete and submit a Nursing Transcript Evaluation to Enrollment Services to get your Program Notes. You must meet with a Health and Wellness Counselor and have them sign off on your Nursing and Allied Health Evaluation Request Form, then submit this form before the July 1st or December 1st deadline stated on the form electronically to Enrollment Services through their Dropbox on the Student Support Hub.
  • If you are applying to the LVN Transition program please submit a copy (back and front) of a current and active California Vocational Nursing License with your Nursing Transcript Evaluation Request.
  • Once your Evaluation is reviewed and processed by an Evaluator, eligibility notification to apply to the program will be emailed to students and your Program Notes will be found in Self-Service.
  • Program Notes can be found in your MSJC Self Service account under Student Planning by viewing the My Progress tab and clicking on Evaluation and Graduation Results under the heading of Program Notes.
  • If your Evaluation does not have an expiration date it is only valid for one year.

Evaluation Request Forms submitted after the deadline will not be accepted. No exceptions.

  1. If Evaluation results confirm eligibility, complete and submit a Nursing Program Application during the next filing period. Applications are available for download from the ADN Application page during the application filing period and can be submitted via email to during that time (See ADN Application page for more information).

Starting Semester

Transcript Evaluation Due

Application Period

Fall (ADN)

July 1st - December 1st

February 1 - 15

Spring (ADN and LVN-ADN)

April 1st - July 1st

September 1 - 15

Advanced Placement LVN-ADN Applications are accepted only during the Fall Application Period September 1-15.

  1. Attendance at the Nursing Information and Application Workshops is highly encouraged. You can attend via Zoom or view the PowerPoint Presentation found on the Program Workshop tab on Associate Degree Nursing website.

  2. Complete the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) exam. We are currently accepting version 7 and will accept your highest score.