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Have a bachelors or higher degree already?

You are now eligible for 2 ranking points on the Nursing Program Ranking form!

Check out the updated forms for both Traditional and Joint Enrollment!

*Attention: ACT Change* – As of spring 2022, for students applying for nursing admission the ACT test must be taken within five years of the application deadline.

Jefferson State Community College (JSCC) and the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) are excited to offer students the option to obtain BOTH an associate degree in nursing (ADN) from JSCC AND a baccalaureate degree (BSN) from the UAB at the SAME time!!!! Simultaneously completing the requirements for both the ADN and BSN programs will allow students to complete their programs of study in a much shorter time period while taking advantage of the lower community college credit hour costs!

For additional information please contact:

Dr. Melisa Walker
[email protected]
(205) 856-6030

Essential Functions

Before considering applying for admission to a nursing program, there are some essential functions that are necessary for the provision of safe and effective nursing care. Click the link to download the Physical Requirements & Essential Functions Outline.

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UAB/JSCC Nursing Joint Enrollment Program Application Deadline

  • Fall Semester: May  21
  • Spring Semester: October 13
  • Jefferson Campus admits students only in the Fall and Spring semester for UAB/JSCC Nursing Joint Enrollment

UAB/JSCC Nursing Joint Enrollment Program Admission Process

After Acceptance into the UAB/JSCC Nursing Joint Enrollment Program, Students are Required to:

  • Provide proof of CPR certification at the health care provider level from the American Heart Association. Online classes are not acceptable unless it contains an onsite skills demonstration.
  • Provide proof of hospitalization insurance
  • Purchase liability insurance through the college. Go to college cashier at any campus to purchase.
  • Submit Initial Admission Medical Form.
  • Submit to a random drug and alcohol testing for chemical dependency. This will be done on campus prior to clinical experience start date as well as randomly throughout the program at the expense of the student.
  • Background screens are required by agencies utilized for clinical learning experiences. Clinical agencies may deny facility access based upon a student’s background screen. Acceptance to the nursing program is contingent upon an acceptable background screen. Information on how to complete the background screen will be included in your acceptance letter.
  • Individuals with criminal charges who plan to apply to the program should contact the Associate Dean of Nursing to confidentially discuss their eligibility for program admission.

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