ADN Application Documents

Documents

Required Documents

The following documents must be submitted in your NursingCAS application. These include:

  • Unofficial Transcripts – for verification of prerequisite courses/GPA
  • TEAS Score Report – for verification of TEAS score
  • Writeplacer Score Report – for verification of Writeplacer score
  • NAC/CNA Certification or Training Certificate of Completion – for verification of nursing assistant training
  • Bellevue College Nursing AAS-T Degree Audit – for verification of course transfer
  • CPNW Clinical Passport – for verification of clinical participation eligibility
  • AHA BLS/CPR Provider Card – for verification of clinical participation eligibility

Unofficial Transcripts

Unofficial transcripts are requested from any colleges you have taken courses from, including Bellevue College. Usually they can be immediately downloaded or sent to the applicant’s email within a few days.

Unofficial Transcripts are uploaded to the application in the Academic History > Colleges Attended section of NursingCAS.

  • Make sure to submit a transcript, not a course history or degree audit.
  • Do not send any screenshots or photographs of transcripts.
  • Official transcripts sent to BC Enrollment will not fulfill this requirement. Applications without attached unofficial transcripts will not be reviewed.

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TEAS Score Report

TEAS Score Reports are given after you have taken the TEAS Test. You can download your score report from ATI Testing.

TEAS Score reports are uploaded to the application in the Program Materials > Documents > Test Score Report section of NursingCAS.

  • Make sure to send your score report, not a screenshot of your score or test scores within Degree Audit.

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Writeplacer Score Report

Writeplacer Score Reports are given after you have taken the Writeplacer Exam. Your report should be given to you by the testing center where you took the Writeplacer, however, you can also view your score on Accuplacer.

Writeplacer Score reports are uploaded to the application in the Program Materials > Documents > Test Score Report section of NursingCAS.

  • Make sure to send your score report, not a screenshot of your score or test scores within Degree Audit.

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NAC/CNA Certification or Training Certificate of Completion

All applicants to the ADN program must have completed an NAC training course that teaches the basic skills needed to be a nursing assistant/nurse. Either NAC Certification or a Certificate of Completion will prove that NAC training has been completed. NAC Certification can be downloaded from the WA-DOH Provider Search. Certificate of Completion is awarded to applicants who have completed their NAC training at a community/technical college.

NAC Certification/Training Certificates of Completion are uploaded to the application in the Program Materials > Documents > Certification section of NursingCAS.

  • NAC Certification is required for applicants who have completed their training at a for-profit location instead of a community/technical college.
  • Applicants who have completed their training at a community/technical college may apply with only a Certificate of Completion, but will not receive points for NAC Certification unless they also provide WA-DOH Certification.
  • More information…

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Bellevue College Nursing AAS-T Degree Audit

Applicants must attach their Bellevue College Degree Audit to show that completed courses at other colleges have been transferred. A BC Degree Audit can be viewed and saved from the BC Website.

BC Nursing AAS-T Degree Audits are uploaded to the application in the Program Materials > Documents > Other section of NursingCAS.

  • Before saving your Degree Audit, click “Expand All” so that all classes you have taken or transferred are visible.
    • This includes your Unused Courses.
  • Click “Print Report” on your Degree Audit to save a PDF of your expanded Degree Audit.

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CPNW Clinical Passport

The CPNW Clinical Passport is filled out by applicants to show that they are ready for clinical participation. The Passport and a tutorial for completing the passport have been provided by CPNW.

CPNW Clinical Passports are uploaded to the application in the Program Materials > Documents > Health Records section of NursingCAS.

  • Fill out all information completely in the Clinical Passport before saving or uploading it to the application, as changes made after uploading it will not be saved.
  • To prevent possible loss of information in your form fields, save the Clinical Passport as a flattened/non-editable PDF before uploading it.

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AHA BLS/CPR Provider Card

Applicants must provide an unexpired BLS/CPR Card from the American Heart Association. The BLS/CPR ecard can be claimed by various methods on the AHA website.

AHA BLS/CPR Provider Cards are uploaded to the application in the Program Materials > Documents > Health Records section of NursingCAS.

  • The Renew by/Renewal date is the expiration date of the card. If it is past the renewal date, your card is expired and you are required to renew your training.

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Optional Documents

These documents are not required for all applicants, but may be required for applicants who wish to fulfill certain ADN Program Admission Criteria.

Prerequisite Course Equivalency Worksheet

Applicants who have had additional courses approved by the Nursing program after transferring their other courses may submit this worksheet as proof of approval.

Prerequisite Course Equivalency Worksheets are uploaded to the application in the Program Materials > Documents > Other section of NursingCAS.

  • Do not submit this worksheet if all courses were transferred.
  • Do not submit this worksheet if it was not approved by a Nursing program administrator.

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Military Paperwork

Applicants who were part of the military and wish to qualify for points as a former military member or a medic/corpsman must provide documentation to show their status.

Military documents are uploaded to the application in the Program Materials > Documents > Military Papers section of NursingCAS.

  • Examples of military paperwork include:
    • Honorable military discharge paperwork
    • Current paperwork showing status and job/rank

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LPN/EMT License

Applicants who have been licensed as an LPN or an EMT and wish to qualify for points for LPN/EMT licensure and experience must provide their license.

LPN/EMT Licenses are uploaded to the application in the Program Materials > Documents > License section of NursingCAS.

  • License may be expired.

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Updated Unofficial Transcripts (for reapplying students)

Applicants reapplying to the ADN program may have retaken or taken additional classes before applying again. Since NursingCAS allows only minimal changes between applications, they may be unable to attach an updated unofficial transcript within the Academic History section. Applicants in this situation may attach an updated transcript containing the updated class/classes within the Program Materials section.

Updated Unofficial Transcripts are uploaded to the application in the Program Materials > Documents > Certification section of NursingCAS.

  • Students who are applying for the first time should not attach any transcripts within Program Materials.
  • Reapplying students should try to update their unofficial transcripts in Academic History first.
  • Reapplying students should only submit updated unofficial transcripts within Program Materials if they cannot update them within Academic History.
    • Only submit the transcript with the updated classes. Do not include all transcripts, as they would already have been submitted within Academic History.

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Last Updated May 13, 2021