Application for Nursing or Allied Health Program Student

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Follow the steps below to successfully apply for a nursing or allied health selective admission programs.

Please be sure you are familiar with the special admissions requirements for the program to which you are applying.

Questions?  We are here for you.  Contact us at nvcc@nv.edu or call 203-575-8080 Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm. 

    Selective Admission Application Periods

    Nursing:  11/1/17 - 2/1/18

    Physical Therapist Assistant:  4/1/17 - 10/15/17

    Radiologic Tech:  10/1/17 - 1/15/18

    Respiratory Care:  10/1/17 - 1/15/18

    Selective Admission Application Periods
    Apply to NVCC

    Apply to NVCC

    Apply, submit your supporting documents and non-refundable $20 fee.

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    Four ways to submit your NVCC application:

    Apply Online
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    Prefer to apply online? Use our online application.

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    Apply In Person
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    Our admissions office is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

    Naugatuck Valley Community College
    Admissions, Room K500
    750 Chase Parkway
    Waterbury, CT 06708

    Prefer to mail, email, or fax in your application? Start by downloading the application.

    Apply By Mail
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    Naugatuck Valley Community College
    Admissions, Room K500
    750 Chase Parkway
    Waterbury, CT 06708

    Apply By Email or Fax
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    If you've downloaded your paper application and prefer to fax or email it to us, applications and supporting documents may be faxed to 203-596-8766, or scanned and emailed to transcripts4admissions@nv.edu.

    Along with your application, you'll need to provide the following documents:

    Proof of High School Completion or GED
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    Please provide proof of high school completion by sending a photocopy of your high school diploma, GED, or an official high school transcript with date of graduation.

    Nursing program applicants: A high school transcript is required if you are using high school chemistry to satisfy the admission requirement.

    Immunization Records
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    State law requires all degree-seeking students born after 12/31/1956 to submit immunization documentation for two doses of Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR). Those born after 12/31/1979 are required to also submit immunization documentation for two doses of Varicella (Chicken Pox).

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    Previous College Transcripts
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    Submit official final transcripts from ALL previously attended colleges, regardless of age of transcripts and applicability to the program for which you are applying. This includes college credits earned while in high school. Transcripts must be dated no later than your programs application deadline to qualify. Transcripts with “in-progress” grades will need to be re-submitted once coursework is completed and by the application deadline.

    Learn how to request your transcript.

    TEAS Test Scores (Nursing and PTA applicants only)
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    Nursing or PTA applicants submit your official ATI-TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) results, if NOT taken at a CT Community College.

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    Send all application materials by the program application deadline to:

    Naugatuck Valley Community College
    Admissions, Room K502
    750 Chase Parkway
    Waterbury, CT 06708

    or fax to: 203-596-8766

    or email to: transcripts4admissions@nv.edu

     

    Test Scores
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    If you have taken the SAT’s and/or ACT’s, submit test scores to determine if you are eligible to be waived from the Accuplacer Assessment test.

    Submit official AP (Advanced Placement) or CLEP (College Level Examination Program) test results if you will be using one of these exams to satisfy any admission requirements.

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    Volunteer Observation Log (PTA applicants only)
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    PTA applicants submit documented volunteer/observational experience totaling a minimum of 10 hours in each of an out-patient and an in-patient physical therapy setting (minimum 20 hours total).

    Selective Admission Application Periods

    Nursing:  11/1/17 - 2/1/18

    Physical Therapist Assistant:  4/1/17 - 10/15/17

    Radiologic Tech:  10/1/17 - 1/15/18

    Respiratory Care:  10/1/17 - 1/15/18

    Selective Admission Application Periods
    Apply for Selective Admissions Program

    Apply for Selective Admissions Program

    Now that you've applied to NVCC, you are ready to submit your application to the selective admissions program in which you'd like to enroll.

    Please note - once your selective admissions application has been received, all communications regarding the application status will be sent to your college assigned email account issued at the time of acceptance to NVCC.

    Nursing Application Physical Therapist Assistant Application Respiratory Care Application Radiologic Tech Application
    Apply for Financial Aid

    Apply for Financial Aid

    Concerned about paying for college? All degree-seeking students are encouraged to apply for financial aid. While not everyone will qualify for assistance, a student should never assume he or she is ineligible without applying first. Apply for financial aid each academic year that you wish to be considered.

    The FAFSA is now available as early as October 1 for the following academic year--NVCC's federal school code is 006982

    One of the most important tips for getting started is to apply for financial aid early.


    Apply for FAFSA Types of Aid

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    IMPORTANT: All personal and contact information entered into the college application and FAFSA application must be exactly the same. If abbreviations are used they must be entered identically in both applications (examples: address abbreviations like St. or Ave., full name including Jr).
    Take Your Placement Test

    Take Your Placement Test

    Taking the Accuplacer® Assessment Test will help determine which classes are right for you. This step is required unless placement testing has been waived.

    Visit our testing page to learn how to sign up for a testing appointment, or to obtain study guides and other resources that can help you prepare for the test.

    Meet with an Advisor and Build Your Schedule

    Meet with an Advisor and Build Your Schedule

    Once you’ve completed or have been waived from placement testing, you are ready to schedule your advising S.T.A.R.T. session where you can expect to build your class schedule, register for classes, and make a payment or apply an approved financial aid award .
    As a new, degree-seeking student, registration is only available during your advising session. Please remember, in order to register for classes, you must be accepted to the College.
    Register for Classes

    Register for Classes

    Now that you’ve completed Steps 1-5 you are ready to register. You will learn how to register during your advising appointment (Step 5). Please remember: payment is needed at the time of registration.

    Pay Your Tuition

    Pay Your Tuition

    Your final step is to make a payment.

    Payment options include cash, check and credit card (VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express). An Installment Payment Plan is also available.

    If you've received a financial aid award, you may not have to make a payment; please discuss payment responsibilities with financial aid staff.

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