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Allied Health Admissions Steps
Please see below for admissions process to the Allied Health Program.
Complete a general application to the college indicating the Allied Health program of your choice.
Schedule an appointment to take the North Carolina Diagnostic and Placement Test (NC DAP) with the Admissions Office: 252-940-6237 or determine if you qualify for a testing waiver.
Submit your official (unopened) high school, GED, and college transcripts to the Admissions Office.
Attend one of the *optional* information sessions in order to get the facts about applying to BCCC Allied Health. Application packets will be available at these sessions. These sessions are NOT required to apply.
Make sure you meet all pre-requisites for admission:
- A minimum GPA of 2.5 in the specific allied health curriculum courses from all of the colleges you have attended in order to apply to BCCC Allied Health programs. In addition, a minimum GPA of 2.0 is required in specific allied health curriculum courses completed at BCCC.
- Complete a high school or college equivalent Chemistry with a grade of C or better. (Not required for the PN OR MLT program)
- The Associate Degree Nursing program has an 8 year time limit on chemistry.
Begin taking program Non-core classes:
Successfully complete the TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) nursing admission test scoring a minimum score of 67.5% (ADN) or 60% (LPN).
TEAS is not required for MLT students
Contact the Allied Health Admissions Coordinator for an appointment to review your Allied Health application packet by the deadline specified for your program of interest.
After submitting your application, ranking of applicants will take place. Students will be notified by email of their application status around the first week of June. Those students in the highest ranked positions will continue in the admission process. Students who are not among the top applicants will be placed on an Alternate List and contacted if space becomes available. BCCC does not use a “waiting list.”