Nursing

Collin College offers educational opportunities for students entering the nursing field and established LVNs and RNs pursuing more training.

 

Designated NLN Center of Excellence for 2020-2024
Nursing Division Office 972.548.6772

 

 

 

NOTICE TO POTENTIAL STUDENTS - Each of our clinical facilities have requirements that must be met in order to be allowed to gain entry to the facility and to participate in clinical experiences.  Most of the requirements are standardized between healthcare organizations.  However, some have specific requirements related to patient population.  In order to meet program outcomes and complete your clinical experience you must comply with the clinical agency requirements.  If you choose to not comply with the agency's requirements, we cannot guarantee completion of the nursing program.  

Associate Degree Nursing

Collin College’s Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program prepares students for a career as a professional registered nurse.

 

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RN-to-BSN Bridge

The RN-to-BSN program is for current Registered Nurses.

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LVN to RN Bridge Program

The LVN-to-RN Bridge program is for current licensed vocational nurses interested in pursuing a career as a registered nurse.

 

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Vocational Nursing

Licensed vocational nurses work under the supervision of a registered nurse (RN), nurse practitioner (NP), physician, physician's assistant, or dentist.

 

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Nurse Refresher

The Nurse Refresher course is designed for inactive RN or LVN nurses returning to active practice.  

 

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For information regarding the ADN Program including the LVN-to-RN Program, please email Nursingadmissions@irduxokjpayc.com      

 

Director of RN-to-BSN Program: Dr. Betty Veasy, DNP, MBA, RN - BVeasy@irduxokjpayc.com 

 

Director of Vocational Nursing: Kim Forcum, MSN, RN - KForcum@irduxokjpayc.com 

 

Clinical Coordinator: Carrie Wooldridge, MSN, RN, CCRN, EMT-P - CNwooldridge@irduxokjpayc.com



Health Sciences & Emergency Services Division 
 

 

"The healthcare profession has inherent health/safety hazards in the health care field, and nurses may be exposed to various infectious diseases through blood, body fluids, secretions or tissues”

 

All of the Nursing Programs at Collin College are approved by the Texas Board of Nursing (TBON) - http://www.bon.texas.gov/, and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB).  

 

Learn about accreditation status and more at Collin College  -  http://magazine.irduxokjpayc.com/aboutus/