LPN to ADN Completion


Opportunities exist for licensed practical nurses with current unencumbered licenses to enter the Associate Degree Nursing Program with advanced standing. Interested applicants should contact the assistant director of nursing.

  1. Applicants must have active certification as a licensed practical nurse.
  2. Applicants must meet the general admission requirements of Central Wyoming College and the nursing program.
  3. Applicants are required to take the TEAS prior to March 1 for fall entry in the current admission cycle. A minimum adjusted individual total score of 58.7% must be achieved. The TEAS may be repeated once during the academic year to improve your score. Only passing scores achieved within two years of the application deadline in the current admission cycle are considered.
  4. Applicants are required to take the ATI PN Comprehensive Predictor prior March 1 for fall entry in the current admission cycle, and must score at or above the PN Group National Mean of 68.4%.
  5. Applicants who achieve the required score on the PN Predictor are awarded a maximum of 15 credits in nursing from Central Wyoming College.
  6. Successful completion of NRST 1400 (LPN Transition) in the summer session prior to entering the program in the third semester will award 2 credits.
  7. The following prerequisite courses must be completed prior to advanced placement at any level:
    • a. Human Anatomy and Physiology with labs (8 credits total)
    • b. English I (3 credits)
  8. In addition to the prerequisite courses listed above, the following courses must be completed with a C or higher prior to advanced placement in the third semester of the program:
    • a. General Biology (4 credits)
    • b. General Microbiology (4 credits)
    • c. General Psychology (4 credits)
    • d. Math 1000 or  higher level college math (3 credits)
    • e. Minimum of 4 credits of pharmacology taken within the past five years
    • f.  LPN Transition course (2 credits)
  9. All remaining courses required for the AAS in nursing degree must be completed with a C or higher prior to graduation from the program:
    • a. English II (Business Communications or Technical Writing may be substituted) (3 credits)
    • b. American & Wyoming Government (3 credits)
  10. Applicants who wish to transfer college-level credit from other schools must make arrangements for official transcripts to be sent directly to the records office at CWC by March 1 for consideration for advanced placement in the fall semester of the the current admission cycle. 
  11. Advanced placement is at the discretion of the assistant director of nursing and faculty and is dependent upon space available and adequate clinical resources.



Assistant Director of Nursing
Stacey Stanek
(307) 855-2226
or toll free
ext. 2226
or by email: Asst. Director


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