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Thank you for your interest in our allied health programs. Here you will find information about the variety of allied health programs offered through curriculum, continuing education, as well as a new collaborative agreement with ECU, Regionally Increasing Baccalaureate Nurses (RIBN) which results in a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing.

Program Information

The Associate Degree Nursing, Practical Nursing and Medical Laboratory Technology Programs are limited in the number of students that can be admitted each year, therefore, these programs are competitive-based. They have special admission requirements, application process and selection criteria. Completed application packets are taken and reviewed by appointment on a first-come, first-served basis.

Allied Health Contacts:

Dean of Allied Health and Public Services
Erica Caracoglia
Phone: (252) 940-6425

Director of Nursing
Kent Dickerson
Phone: (252) 940-6205

Practical Nursing Lead Instructor
Aino Jackson
Phone: (252) 940-6395

Allied Health Admissions Coordinator
Ashley Rose
Phone: (252) 940-6221
(All students must set up an appointment to submit nursing applications)

ECU RN to BSN Academic Counselor
Melissa Wallace
Phone: (252) 744-6382

TEAS Admission Testing

Students applying to the Associate Degree Nursing program or the Practical Nursing program will have to complete the Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI) TEAS test with a minimum proficiency score of 58.7%. A student may complete and submit an application to the Allied Health Coordinator, but evaluation and ranking will occur only after completion of the TEAS admission test shows a proficient level. TEAS scores must be submitted before the January 31st application deadline.

Students will have three attempts within twelve (12) calendar months, from February 1st to January 31st, to obtain a proficiency score of 58.7% on the TEAS test. Students are encouraged to prepare for the TEAS test prior to their testing date. As well, remediation services are offered through ATI should a student score less than the 58.7% required minimum proficiency. Students completing TEAS testing at other facilities may have an official ATI TEAS transcript sent to the Allied Health Admissions coordinator, provided the scores occurred on a testing date within the twelve calendar months of the application deadline (January 31st)

Testing will be offered on the campus of BCCC, in the building 12 (Allied Health Building) computer lab. Multiple dates will be offered including evening and weekends. Please see the ATI TEAS link under the Allied Health Admissions website for testing procedures, cost and registration information.

Fri: 1/6: 1p-5p
Sat: 1/7: 9a-1p
Tues: 1/10: 5p-9p
Wed: 1/11: 1p-5p
Wed: 1/18: 9a-1p
Wed: 1/18: 1p-5p
Mon: 1/23: 5p-9p
Tues: 1/24: 1p-5p
Wed: 1/25: 9a-1p
Wed: 1/25: 5p-9p
Mon: 1/30: 9a-1p

How to Register

Testing Information