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The purpose of the curriculum in Nursing and Allied Health is to prepare students with knowledge and skills to enter various specialty fields of employment in the Health Care industry. Students wanting to transfer to a University will be able to complete the necessary courses or be able to enter the workforce with either a degree or a certificate. This program supported by Flagstaff Community Foundation and its funding collaborators. A felony conviction and sentence must be completed 3 years before an LNA or RN license can be approved by the AZBN. It is the student’s responsibility to contact the AZBN for details and information.

If there is any uncertainty about the information, please contact the Nursing Department directly.  


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The nursing program spans four semesters, leading to the attainment of an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing degree. Upon completion of the AAS Nursing degree, students are then eligible to undertake the NCLEX-RN, the national licensure examination, and apply for a Registered Nurse license. To attain the AAS Nursing degree, students are required to complete prerequisite courses to prepare them to apply to the nursing program, and then successfully complete the core nursing classes as well as fulfill the general education curriculum. For comprehensive details on degree requirements, please refer to our Program Requirements. Students should maintain regular communication with their academic advisor to guide them in shaping their degree plan and ensure they remain on the right track to fulfill the degree requirements.



Nursing Application - Fall 2024

The nursing program begins each Fall and Spring semester. The applications for the 2023-2024 academic year have closed, and the application for Fall 2024 will open Monday, December 4, and will close on Friday, March 1 at noon. 


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Please note that CCC is not responsible for publications by other colleges and universities regarding admission requirements to the CCC Nursing Program.


Can't find the answer to your question here?

Please contact the Program Specialist II of Nursing and Allied Health at 928-526-7640 or the main Fourth Street Campus at 928-526-7600.


Jennifer Shenk
Program Specialist II
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Katherine Costa
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