Prospective Students



Only required for students enrolling for the first time at an LACCD college in the fall 2023 term or later (or a returning student) must complete a transfer-level course (3 sem/4 qtr units with a grade of C or P or higher) in ethnic studies. Students with catalog rights prior to Fall 2023 are NOT required to complete the LACCD Ethnic Studies Graduation Requirement.

Select from the following: AFRO AM 004, 005; HISTORY 041, 042 (You may double count any of these courses to fulfill the LACCD GE B1 requirement)

ATI TEAS Version 7 will be released June 3, 2022. Effective July 1, 2023, the LAHC Nursing Program will only accept scores from the new TEAS Version (ATI TEAS Version 7). Students if you are applying to the Fall 2024 cohort and completing the TEAS exam on your own it must be completed by Thursday, February 15, 2024 in order to be accepted with your Fall 2024 application. 

Students if you are applying to the Spring 2025 cohort and completing the TEAS exam on your own it must be completed by Thursday, September 12, 2024 in order to be accepted with your Spring 2025 application. See more information here

We will accept online prerequisite science courses, for the time being, based on the current impact of COVID-19. We will accept these online prerequisite science courses from the schools LAHC has traditionally accepted courses from. Any courses not already accepted at LAHC will require a Petition for Course Equivalency. We strongly advise to meet with a counselor about enrolling in an online prerequisite science course and determine its articulation at LAHC.


Multi-Criteria Process for Admission

Starting with the SPRING 2020 application period (AUGUST 2019), the Los Angeles Harbor College Associate Degree Nursing Program will be utilizing a multi-criteria admission process to select applicants. Qualified applicants will be selected as follows:

  • 50% selected using multi-criteria admission
  • 50% selected using random lottery


Information Sessions via Zoom

Effective with the Fall 2019 application period, applicants will be required to attend a nursing program information session prior to submitting an application.
Applicants will be emailed proof of attendance within one week of attendance of the information session to include with their application.
Completion requires 85% of attendance for the session. 


Application Period


Admission for Fall 2024

  • Mon., January 29 - Thurs., February 15, 2024 @4:30pm
  • ATI TEAS Testing - ​TBD

Admission for Spring 2025

  • Mon., August 26 - Thurs., September 12, 2024 @4:30pm
  • ATI TEAS Testing TBD

Application Form

Preview of application forms; other versions will not be accepted. Please read the instructions included with the application.

NEW! See this guide on how to complete the Nursing Application Form.

First-Time ​Applicants

Use this form if it is your first time applying, or it has been more than one year since you have last applied.

Non-Fillable Nursing Application

 Nursing Application for Fall 2024 Admission

Applied In the Last Year:

Use this form to reactivate your application if you are re-applying within one year. 

Non-Fillable Nursing Re-Application

Nursing Application for Fall 2024 Re-admission

**If you are reapplying after 1 year from your 1st application, then you must provide a new application with all required documents.

If you are re-applying:

  • Complete the Application to Re-Apply
  • You do not need to re-submit transcripts or documents with your application or to Admissions unless there are any updates (e.g. additional classes taken, updated GPA, degree posted, etc.).
  • You do not need to attend another Information Session as long as your Proof of Attendance is within one year of issue.

ADN Supporting Documentation Form - please complete this form if you qualify for Life Experiences factors:

  • First generation of family to attend college
  • Difficult personal or family situations or circumstances
  • Include this form with your nursing application.

Transfer Recommendation Form - please complete this form if you have previously attended another RN program. This must be returned by the program director of your previous program directly to the nursing department. 


Generic & LVN-RN Routes

Nursing Information Sessions are being held online via Zoom. 

You must have compatible equipment in order to participate in a Zoom meeting. See here for Zoom system requirements.

Prompt attendance is strictly required. The Zoom meeting room will be locked and those who arrive after the starting time will not be allowed entry.
Please allow up to 2 - 2 1/2 hours for Information Session and questions.
Dates and times subject to change.


LVN-RN Transition Courses



329A Fall
329B Fall
311 Fall / Spring
321 Fall / Spring

LVN's are welcome to apply through the Generic route that is regularly offered twice a year.