Nursing-ADN

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New Information: 

PSYC 1300 Learning Systems Framework- will be offered starting in the fall of 2021. Will be a required Pre-Requisite for the ADN program starting in the Spring 2022 Application cycle. ENGL 1301 will not be accepted as a pre-requisite starting in the application cycle of 2022 spring.

Note:  All Accepted Nursing Students will be required to have COVID Vaccinations. 

The next Transition class (LVN to RN) class will be accepting applications October 1- October 20 for a January start date - class held in Andrews, Texas.  

Applications will be accepted in person or through this email: ADN@odessa.edu

Incomplete applications will not be accepted. In order to allow students to complete the application process by the deadline of October 20, 2021, we encourage students to submit all other required documents between Oct 1- Oct 20. Call 432.335.6672 of you have any questions or concerns.

Other Helpful Information:

TEAS Test are being given at the testing center. To sign up call 432-335-6620 or email testingcenter@odessa.edu

Contact Continuing Ed for more information on when CPR/BLS classes will be offered 432-335-6580 or email Heather Patton at HPatton@odessa.edu.

Transcripts: Request Transfer Credit Evaluation of your transcript from another college (for the Nursing Program)

For more information contact ADN@odessa.edu


The Associate Degree Nursing Program (ADN)

Nursing is a care-oriented profession requiring a well educated nurse. The curriculum of the Odessa College Associate Degree Nursing program prepares graduates to assume beginning staff positions under supervision as a member of the profession, as a provider of patientcentered care, as a patient safety advocate, and as a member of the health care team. Upon successful completion of the licensing examination, NCLEX-RN®, the graduate becomes a registered nurse. Odessa College offers traditional and transition tracks to obtain the associate degree in applied science for nursing. Both tracks require the same non-nursing courses to complete the degree. Traditional students are those without licensure as an LVN Traditional students are admitted to the day option. The transition track allows the licensed vocational nurse (LVN) to receive credit for selected nursing courses through advanced placement. Transition students must currently hold a license to practice nursing as an LVN in the state of Texas. Traditional and transition students receive clinical education in various hospitals, health care agencies and community organizations. Transition Track for the LVN - The transition student receives advanced placement credit for Foundations of Nursing Practice (RNSG 1513), Clinical Introduction (RNSG 1360), Common Concepts of Adult health (RNSG 1441) and Clinical-Registered Nursing/Common Concepts (RNSG 1261). 

MISSION 

The mission of the Odessa College Nursing Programs is to lead the way in preparing nursing students for practice in a multicultural community within a diverse and changing health care environment; advance the practice of nursing; and provide quality, comprehensive health care in a competent, caring and compassionate manner.

NCLEX-RN 5 Year Passrates

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Approval and Accreditation Status

The Odessa College associate degree nursing program is approved by the Texas Board of Nursing (BON), located at 333 Guadalupe, Suite 3-460, Austin, Texas, 78701; phone 512-305-7400, Texas Board of Nursing

The nursing curriculum plan is approved by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB).

The Associate Degree nursing program at Odessa College at the Odessa and Andrews Campus' located in Odessa, Texas and Andrews, Texas is accredited by the: Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)

3390 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 1400 Atlanta, GA 30326
(404) 975-5000

The most recent accreditation decision made by the ACEN Board of Commissioners for the Associate Degree nursing program is Continuing Accreditation. 

View the public information disclosed by the ACEN regarding this program at: ACEN Accredited Nursing Programs

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For email inquires:  adn@odessa.edu 

Fax # 432-335-6873


Allisa Cornelius MSN, RN
Director of Nursing 
Office: Health Science Building 100C
Phone: 432-335-6797
E-mail: acornelius@odessa.edu

Pranay Vekaria MSN, RN
Nursing Coordinator
Office: Health Science Building 100B
Phone: 432-335-6149
E-mail: pvekaria@odessa.edu 

Yesenia Walsh MSN, RN
Nursing Coordinator
Office: Andrews Business and Technology Center -126
Phone: 432-524-4022
E-mail: ywalsh@odessa.edu

Linda Proctor
Secretary to the Director of Nursing
Office: Health Science Building 100
Phone: 432-335-6672
E-mail: Lproctor@odessa.edu

Gladys Chavarria, MSN RN
Lab Coordinator
Office: Health Science Building 212
Phone: 432-335-6408
E-mail: gchavarria@odessa.edu  

Angie Lopez, MSN, RN 
Associate Professor of Nursing
Office: Health Science Building 211
Phone: 432-335-6328
E-mail: alopez@odessa.edu

Asneth Hunter MSN, RN.
Instructor of Nursing
Office: Health Science Building 213
Phone: 432-335-6670
E-mail: alhunter@odessa.edu  

Geneo Roberts MSN, RN
Associate Professor of Nursing
Office: Health Science Building 209
Phone: 432-335-6333
E-mail: groberts@odessa.edu  

  

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