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Admissions - The Christ College of Nursing & Health Sciences - The Christ Hospital
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2014 Admissions Information

Download our 2014 applications by clicking the links below:

 

 

Click the links below for additional information on each program:   

  • 1-2-1 Completion Pathway - Earn your Associate and Bachelor degrees in as little as 4 years! 
In addition to the admission requirements needed to qualify for entry into College, applicants also need to possess ability to accomplish the Essential Functions that are required for safe and successful practice in a clinical setting. Please review these requirements by clicking "Essential Functions" above.


Provisional Applicant Reference Form - for students seeking provisional acceptance



Visit us!

Upcoming Open House Dates: (click on the date to register online)

 


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To register for an Open House date, click the date above to register online or call 513-585-2401 and press "0" for the receptionist. We look forward to meeting you!

Presentation begins promptly at the time listed above.

Please plan accordingly and try to arrive early for your appointment due to construction on our campus.

From the West (I-74 East):
Take I-74 East and follow signs to I-75 South.
Keep right at fork and merge onto I-75 South.
Take Exit 1B to I-71 North.
Follow signs to I-71 North.
On I-71 North, stay left and take Exit 2, Reading Rd./Eden Park Dr.
On the ramp, stay to the right at the fork and follow signs to Eden Park Dr./Dorchester Ave.
At the traffic light, turn left onto Dorchester Ave.
At the top of the hill, turn right onto Auburn Ave.
For all parking, turn left onto Huntington Place (first traffic light on Auburn).

From the North (I-75 South):
Take I-75 South to Exit 7, OH-562/Norwood (Norwood Lateral).
Take OH-562 to the exit onto I-71 South toward Cincinnati.
Take I-71 South to Exit 3, Taft Rd.
Continue on Taft (a one-way street).
At the fifth traffic light, turn left onto Auburn Avenue.
To reach P1, turn right onto Mason Street. To reach P3, turn right onto Huntington Place.

From the Northeast (I-71 South):
Take I-71 South to Exit 3, Taft Rd.
Continue on Taft (a one-way street).
At the fifth traffic light, turn left onto Auburn Avenue.
To reach P1, turn right onto Mason Street. To reach P3, turn right onto Huntington Place.

From the South (I-71/75 North):
Take I-71/75 North to I-71 North.
Follow signs to continue onto I-71 North.
Stay left and take Exit 2 for Reading Rd./Eden Park Dr.
On the ramp, stay to the right at the fork and follow signs to Eden Park Dr./Dorchester Ave.
At the traffic light, turn left onto Dorchester Ave.
At the top of the hill, turn right onto Auburn Ave.
For all parking, turn left onto Huntington Place (first traffic light on Auburn).

Parking at TCCNHS

Please park in the P1 parking garage when visiting the College.  Complimentary parking is available in the new P1 garage. To reach the entry from Auburn Ave., turn onto Mason Street or Huntington Place and follow the signs into P1. The skywalk from P1 to the Medical Office Building is located on Level 1.  Please walk through the main door of the Medical Office Building and out towards the College.  TCCNHS is located across the 15-minute parking lot and adjacent to the Medical Office Building.  Additional information including maps can be found at http://www.thechristhospital.com/Maps-and-Directions/.



The Christ College of Nursing and Health Sciences is accredited through the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association. We are approved to offer Baccalaureate and Associate degree programs in nursing.The College currently offers an RN to BSN completion program designed for full time and part time students to complete their Bachelor's degree in 12-24 months. This program is intended for students who are currently working in the nursing field as an RN or for recent graduates who have already passed or will soon pass the NCLEX-RN examination. 

In addition, we offer two different routes for completing the Associate's of Applied Science in Nursing degree. The first route is the traditional nursing program that allows recent high school graduates, transfer students, and non-traditional applicants the ability to earn their Associate's degree in three years. The second route is designed specifically for LPNs who are looking for a seamless pathway to take them from LPN to RN. This program can be completed in approximately 24 months.


 

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