Proof of health insurance for all health sciences students is required prior to the first day of each semester, consistent with the requirements of our clinical education partners. With the increasing risks of providing patient care, it is necessary for you to be protected. This coverage is in addition to the accident insurance provided by the College. Students will be required to submit proof of insurance once they are officially accepted into the program. Students who qualified for an Exemption under the new Healthcare law will still be required to provide proof of insurance each semester. No one is exempt from the requirement.
Proof of insurance will be verified each semester.
Students are required to keep the policy current and notify the program if changes occur. Failure to do so will result in removal from the clinical site and withdrawal from the program because students will not be able to meet their learning objectives: http://www.austincc.edu/health/health_insurance.php
New Texas Board Of Nursing Background Check Procedure:
In compliance with Texas Board of Nursing (TBON) requirements, the ACC Nursing department is implementing the TBON required background check in addition to the Pre-Check requirement.
All applicants to a nursing education program must submit a Texas Board of Nursing (BON) background check prior to enrolling in a program. This was previously completed in the last semester when applying for licensure.
All students will be notified by the department when it is time for them to start this process. Please do not do so until notified by the department.
All students needing to submit a Declaratory Order with the BON needs to begin the process NOW. Not sure if you need one? Complete the Licensure Elgibility BON Module to clarify if it is necessary.
*All students receiving the BON email, please be aware it is not an Acceptance Letter so please do not mistake it for that. It is a step in the process whether you are admitted this semester or a later semester.
Once you have completed the BON Fingerprinting you will submit your clearance card/letter or proof of fingerprinting session to the Nursing Department with your reapplication form. You will receive a physical BLUE CARD in the mail from the BON once you are clear. You will not be able to reapply to the program without proof of fingerprint submission or clearance.
**If you need to complete the Declaratory Order process do not delay. All students must have clearance to begin the ADN program, no exceptions can be made. The Declaratory process can be a lengthy process and possibly delay your program start. This step in the process is only for students who answered YES to any items in the Licensure Eligibility BON Module "Affidavit of Eligibility". You do not need to wait for direction from the Nursing Department to start this process. Instructions are on the TX BON website. Please begin as soon as possible as to not delay entering the program.
Congratulations on applying to the ACC ADN program.
This page is only for students who have applied to the ADN program.
It will be used for general information and upcoming info and time lines.
Department Method of Communication:
Make sure your ACC Gmail account (firstname.lastname@example.org ) is active and working; this will be the ONLY communication method for applicants and nursing students from the department. If you don’t check this email very often please make sure you forward it to your most used email address. Most emails sent during this time frame are time sensitive and it is the student’s responsibility to check it often. There will not be extensions on deadlines given to students because they haven't checked their email.
ATTENTION all Re-applicants: (06/14/16)
The Fall 2017 application dates have changed. The new application period will be from November 1, 2016- December 19, 2016.
Applications will be processed after the deadline date.
All re-applicants will be required to provide one of the following TX BON items with their re-application form.
1) a copy of their BON clearance OR
2) a copy of their fingerprinting receipt, if recently completed OR
3) a copy of their clearance letter (for those who submitted a Declaratory Order).
Re-applications will not be accepted without one of the above items.
All new Spring applicants will be sent the information in June regarding BON fingerprinting and background check. Updates will be posted here once the emails are sent.
Summer 2016 RNSG 1105 Petitions: (06/28/16)
For new applicants and re-applicants for Spring 2017 class:
The 2nd 6 week summer petitions were just emailed. Please check your emails and register.
Registration closes soon.
RNSG 1105 Nursing Skills is a Nursing program course and students are only allowed to attempt the course two times.
After two unsuccessful attempts, the course can not be retaken at ACC.
Dropping the course after the class begins, for whatever reason, is considered an unsuccessful attempt.
If you register for a section please make every effort to complete the course, as space is very limited, and many students need to complete it.
Fall 2016 RNSG 1105 Petitions: (07/21/16)
Fall RNSG 1105 Petitions will begin to be emailed by the end of July.
The first round of petitions will only be for the 1st 8 and 10 week sections only.
The 2nd 8 and 10 week sections are not being released right now.
ACCEPTANCE LETTERS S17 Class: (07/27/2016)
The spring deadline has been extended to August 22nd, therefore the acceptance letters for the spring class will not emailed until approximately the first week of September. Updates will be posted here.
The ranking list for acceptance will not be compiled until everyone is processed after the August 22nd deadline. There is no extra advantage to having applied before the deadline. Every application will be treated as if submitted on the last day.
Please check your ACC Gmail account at least once a week.
Please do not call the office asking when you will find out if you were accepted.
Mobility 2016 Application Cycle (03/21/2016)
All spring applicants were sent a general status email today (2/16/16). If you submitted an application but did not receive an email please check your spam folder first and then email email@example.com
All applicants for the Fall 2016 class was sent a Ranking Calculation email the week of March 9th. The deadline for responses is Tuesday, March 22nd .
Please review your points and respond if there is a discrepancy. Only classes completed by the deadline in December were counted on the calculation.
ACCEPTANCE LETTERS F16 Class: (04/18/2016)
The first round of Acceptance Letters were emailed today Friday, 4/8/16. The next round of letters will be emailed on Monday, April 25th. Ranking placement emails will be sent to those not accepted yet, on Monday, April 25th.
RNSG 1105- Non- LVN students:
The 1st 6-week sections of 1105 will be petitioned and emailed by Friday 3/25/16.
If you do not get an email please check your Spam folder.
The 2nd 6-week section petitions will not be given until the 1st 6-weeks begins.
The summer schedule is posted to see what is available.
If you are accepted for the fall semester and want to take RNSG 1140 in the summer (starting 7/7)
you will need to have successfully completed RNSG 1105 the first 6 weeks (Non-LVNs). More info will be given in your Acceptance Letters.
Please do not call the office to check on the status of your applications.
Updates will be posted here as we progress through the process.
Always check your spam box if you see that emails were sent and you didn't receive one. Also, please add the nursing email to to your address folder.
Please continually check this page for updates.