The Nursing Information Session covers nursing program admissions requirements (courses and pre-admissions exam), the application process, selection criteria, program cost and other additional information to assist students with preparing for application for the various nursing programs offered at Kapi‘olani Community College.
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The Nursing Information Sessions are also offered online and may be viewed in segments depending on topics of interest. Students are encouraged to view and listen to all or specific topics of interest as referenced below, ultimately clicking on the desired topic(s) of interest.
- Kapiʻolani CC Nursing Programs
- ADN Admissions Requirements
- ADN Courses and Schedules
- Nurse Aide Program
- Nursing Program Costs
- Satellite Sites and Other Nursing Programs
- Student Nurse Association (SNA)
**More On-Line Sessions Coming Soon:**
- Application Process
- Practical Nursing Program
- LPN-RN Transition Program
The Nursing Information Sessions are offered LIVE!! through Zoom. Sessions are scheduled at various times once a month. The Zoom sessions will offer interested students an opportunity to learn more about the various nursing programs as well as meet with a nursing department counselor/advisor and ask questions about the various nursing programs. Registration through Zoom is required to join the session(s)
Academic Advising: STAR Balance Nursing Kiosk
The Nursing Counselors offer drop-in advising (no appointment needed) virtually through Zoom or by phone using the STAR Balance Nursing Kiosk on:
- Tuesdays 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (HST)
- Wednesdays 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm (HST)
Health Science, EMS & Nursing Newsletter
Stay connected with the Health Science, EMS & Nursing departments by viewing The Health Science, EMS & Nursing Newsletter, created and collaborated on by the Health Science, EMS, and Nursing Department counselors. Stay up to date with the ever-changing health care community and the impact it has on Kapiʻolani Community College CTE Health Programs and our students. Information on how to meet with a counselor, program updates, and student support services can be found.
Frequently Asked Questions
Should I consider nursing as a career?
Yes, if you enjoy working with and caring for people; able to accept, give and use constructive feedback; have good manual dexterity and coordination; able to speak and write well; able to work independently and within a team; and have a strong background in math, science and English
What degrees and certificates do you offer?
- The associate in science (AS) degree in nursing.
- The associate in science (AS for LPN-RN Transition) degree in nursing.
- A certificate of achievement (CA) in Practical Nursing.
- A certificate of competence (CO) in Long-Term Care Nurse Aide.