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Registered Nursing Program - Fall Enrollment Procedures
The mission of the Registered Nursing Program is to educate entry-level practitioners for roles as providers of care across the health care continuum, as managers of care, and as active members within the profession of nursing. The goal of the Program is to prepare graduates whose practice demonstrates caring, critical thinking, effective communication, and cultural and cultural and clinical competence. In addition, the Program strives to educate graduates who can work collaboratively, and are adaptable, politically aware and committed to lifelong learning.
Marshall D. Alameida, PhD, RN, CNS
The College of Marin Registered Nursing Program Office
is located in the new Science, Math and Nursing Building (SMN)
Room 301B on the third floor.
College of Marin Registered Nursing Program Student Handbook - 2014-2015
click on this link: RN Student Handbook -2014-2015 pdf 5,355 kb
Please be sure to read all of the information provided on this page and the folders to the left.
TEAS TEST INFORMATION:
College of Marin will only accept ATI TEAS Test Version V.
ATI TEAS V tests will be administered to select applicants on either May 7th or May 9th
Prior to applying to the College of Marin RN Program, you must be registered with College of Marin and have a College of Marin ID number.
You must have a College of Marin ID number on your RN Program application.
YOUR APPLICATION MUST BE PLACED IN A SEALED ENVELOPE AND MAILED OR DELIVERED TO:
COLLEGE OF MARIN
ADMISSIONS AND RECORDS DEPARTMENT
ATTENTION: RN PROGRAM
835 COLLEGE AVENUE
KENTFIELD, CA 94904
The College of Marin RN Program is a two-year associate degree program approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing and the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing preparing students for licensure as a registered nurse.Registered Nursing web page
Technical Contact: Joan Rinaldi, Administrative Assistant for Health Science Department, 415.485.9319
Content Responsible: Marshall Alameida, Dean of Health Sciences, 415.485.9326