Melissa Riner

“The education and support I received at MCCSN were outstanding. Not only are the instructors fantastic, they are so supportive and truly help each student to succeed. The clinical experiences and rigorous lectures made me feel very well-prepared for the NCLEX-RN exam and for beginning practice as a registered nurse. I am so thankful for having graduated from such a wonderful program”

Melissa Riner
Major: Nursing
Class of 2018

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The Marine Church Coburn School of Nursing at Monterey Peninsula College (MCCSN) offers the associate of science degree leading to RN licensure. The program is offered in partnership with Montage Health. 

The School of Nursing is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN), most recent re-approval visit March 2017. The associate degree program is also accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) through fall 2019.

Comments about the program may be directed to these agencies at the following addresses:

California Board of Registered Nursing    

  • Board of Registered Nursing
    PO Box 944210
    Sacramento, CA 94244-2100  (www.rn.ca.gov)   
  • Phone: (916) 322-3350

ACEN Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing


PUBLIC INFORMATION SESSION:  Friday May 11th  4pm-5pm in Room NU 101. All are welcome!

Program Outcomes:   At the end of the program of study at the Maurine Church Coburn School of Nursing, graduates are able to:

  1. collaborate as team members in providing safe and effective health care to individuals in acute, long-term and community-based settings.
  2. coordinate the activities of the interdisciplinary health care team.
  3. advocate on behalf of patients through patient and family teaching. 
  4. direct evidence-based and patient-centered nursing care.
  5. contribute to the profession as responsible members within the discipline of nursing.

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Applicant Update as of May 11, 2018:   The application cycle for the class entering Fall 2018 is now closed. The next application will be open from September 10th-28th, 2018.

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 Scoring results for the class entering fall 2018:  The Phase 2 competitive score was 80 points out of a possible 100. To fill the class with 32 students, the actual select score was 75 points out of a possible 100.  Tied scores were settled by random selection with preference given to those who had applied in a previous cycle.

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The NURS 150 audio presentation of the MCCSN admissions process has been added to "Related Links" (left of this page).  This is the info presented during public info sessions. The audio runs approximately 30 minutes.

 Questions??  Call us at 831-646-4258  or 831-646-3025

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Notice:  The selection process for the generic ADN program is now based on a Multi-Criteria Screening Process as defined in AB 548 and California Education Code Section 78261. This law provides for a community college registered nursing program that determines the number of applicants to the program exceeds its capacity, to admit students using a multi-criteria screening process. For your information, the competitive multi-criterion score for Phase 1 for the immediate past applicant pool (2016) was 45 points, and for Phase 2 was 75 points. The competitive score is based on the top 40% of applicant scores, and so may vary from year to year.

Please review the RN Program Summary and Multi-criterion Selection Worksheet links for more information, and review the Info Session Power Point in "Related Links" on the left menu. 

 

 


After Phase 2 scoring which added ATI TEAS results to the Phase 1 scores, there were 51 applications remaining. Using the multi-criterion selection scoring tool, the top 40% (competitive) score for the applicant pool was 75 points.


There were 25 applications that scored at 75 points or higher, and 4 applications that scored at 70 points, for a total of 29 applications. To fill the class with 32 seats, the 65 point score group and higher was the selection group. However, there were 3 seats left to fill, and 11 applications that scored 65 points. The individuals who scored 65 points and were also alternates last year were given priority. Alternate numbers follow in order of score groups with random assignment for ties, and priority given within that score group if there was a previous application.


After Phase 2 scoring which added ATI TEAS results to the Phase 1 scores, there were 51 applications remaining. Using the multi-criterion selection scoring tool, the top 40% (competitive) score for the applicant pool was 75 points.


There were 25 applications that scored at 75 points or higher, and 4 applications that scored at 70 points, for a total of 29 applications. To fill the class with 32 seats, the 65 point score group and higher was the selection group. However, there were 3 seats left to fill, and 11 applications that scored 65 points. The individuals who scored 65 points and were also alternates last year were given priority. Alternate numbers follow in order of score groups with random assignment for ties, and priority given within that score group if there was a previous application.


After Phase 2 scoring which added ATI TEAS results to the Phase 1 scores, there were 51 applications remaining. Using the multi-criterion selection scoring tool, the top 40% (competitive) score for the applicant pool was 75 points.


There were 25 applications that scored at 75 points or higher, and 4 applications that scored at 70 points, for a total of 29 applications. To fill the class with 32 seats, the 65 point score group and higher was the selection group. However, there were 3 seats left to fill, and 11 applications that scored 65 points. The individuals who scored 65 points and were also alternates last year were given priority. Alternate numbers follow in order of score groups with random assignment for ties, and priority given within that score group if there was a previous application.