Nursing Programs: (206) 934-6654
ANNOUNCEMENT: South Seattle College is redesigning their Nursing Ladder program to become a 2-year Associate’s Degree in Nursing (ADN) program.
This website will be under construction for some time. Until the updating process is complete, see the LPN pages for information on requirements, information session dates, and how to apply. For questions or additional information, please contact Shannon Huffman, Interim Nursing Program Coordinator, at 206.932.7972 or Shannon.Huffman@seattlecolleges.edu.
Nursing Assistant Certified (NAC)
This program helps prepare students for the certification test for an entry-level position in the health care field. This one-quarter program includes 50 hours of actual skills application at a clinical site. Read more about the NAC program.
Courses are offered during fall, winter, spring, and summer quarters. See the quarterly calendar for dates.
People interested in this program are required to attend an information session to be eligible to enroll in the class. Classes fill quickly; there is typically a waiting list.
Call (206) 934-6880 for information.
Associate’s Degree in Nursing (ADN)
Candidates for the Associate’s degree in Nursing from SSC must meet specific course requirements established by the Washington State Nursing Care Quality Assurance Commission.
Learn about our Healthcare Pathway that may help you into our ADN track.
This six-quarter program prepares graduates to take the RNCLEX examination for certification as a Registered Nurse. Read more about the ADN program and how to apply.
People interested in this program must attend an information session. Admission is based on a competitive application process. Selection is based on grades and TEAS V score.
For more information, call (206) 934-7972.
Home Care Aide is an I-BEST course
I-BEST means Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training. In this course, students will not only learn the skills to become a certified Home Care Aide, but they will also gain proficiency in reading comprehension, math, speaking and listening skills for health care and other basic skills. This will better prepare them to continue in Nursing Assistant Certified, other health care courses, or further course work in general.
Learn about another health related program - Medical Office Clerk.
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