How Do I Get Started in a Health Career Program at HACC?
Learn how to get started in a health career program at HACC.
How do I get accepted into the clinical phase of (credit) programs?
Health career programs at HACC (link to program webpages) are selective and competitive professional programs.
Admission to HACC does not guarantee admission to the clinical part of the program. You start as a pre-clinical student. Work with your advisor to prepare to apply to the clinical/core part of the program. It may include attending an information session and meeting with the program director.
All potential nursing students begin in the Pre-Health Professions Program. Students may apply for admission into the Registered Nursing Program or Practical Nursing Program once they meet the requirements to apply. Students will discuss these admission requirements as part of their advising process.
See program admission criteria for specific information - Health Career program clinical admission criteria.
Download the Admitted Student Profile (pdf) to learn about each program's qualified applicants, GPA range and average.
You will apply for the clinical phase after completing specific admission criteria.
- Meet with your advisor. Link to ADVISING information including how to meet with a HACC advisor remotely.
How do I get started and apply to the college?
Whether you are new to the college thing or transferring from another college, an admission counselor can help you! Learn more about applying to HACC your next steps
How do I register for a noncredit/workforce development healthcare program or class at HACC?
- View the Workforce Development and Continuing Education website
- Contact noncredit registration at 717-780-2414
- Contact Healthcare Education/Workforce Development, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.