Welcome to Allied Health of Bay College.  Allied Health programs' require students to apply to our rolling admission process. Nursing programs have highly sought after jobs and you must be accepted into the program in order to start in Fall of 2019 or Winter of 2020.

NEW ROLLING ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Admissions status for both PN and RN programs: A seat in the program is awarded by a rolling admissions of selective entrance requirement criteria. Nursing Applications received no later than the 15th in each month are reviewed and move through our rolling admission monthly. If  a student accomplishes the Admissions criteria below, the student can receive a  Not eligible yet or Nursing Program Admissions letter by the end of the application month they complete the criteria stated below. Again, emailed letters are provided by the end of the application month until the program is at capacity.

Practical Nursing(PN)

  • PN's need an overall established GPA of 2.8 or higher: High School GPA's are used for 18/19 Graduates.  College transcripts are used with establish overall GPA transcript with 12 or more credits. Applicants must meet the Pre-Requisites to the following: BIOL 213 Anatomy and Physiology, HLTH 140 Dosage Calculations, ENGL 101 Rhetoric and Composition and PSYC 201 Intro to Psychology. These steps are reviewed after you apply to our program, and further steps are needed if you are eligible.


Associate Degree Nursing(RN)

  • RN's need an overall established GPA of 3.0 for higher; High School GPA's are used for 18/19 Graduates.  College transcripts are used with establish overall GPA transcript with 12 or more credits.  Applicants must meet the Pre-Requisites to the following: BIOL 213 Anatomy and Physiology, BIOL 225 Medical Microbiology, HLTH 140 Dosage Calculations, ENGL 101 Rhetoric and Composition and PSYC 201 Intro to Psychology. These steps are reviewed after you apply to our program, and further steps are needed if you are eligible. 
  • If a student does not meet the RN rolling admissions GPA requirement the student’s file is automatically reviewed for eligibility into the PN program. 
  • In the PN and RN ranking if your file is marked eligible you will receive an email/letter awarding admissions.

How to know when your RN or PN application  scores will be reviewed:

 January 16-February 15, processing 2/16 next stage sent out by 2/28

 February 16-March 15, processing 3/16 next stage sent out by 3/30

March 16- April 15, processing 4/16 next stage sent out by 4/30

April 16 – May 15, processing 5/16 next stage sent out by 5/31

            **Rolling admissions not eligible applications from previous months are reviewed after May Grades

 May 16-June 15, processing 6/16 next stage sent out by 6/30

June 16- July 15, processing 7/16 next stage sent out by 7/31.

            **Rolling admissions not eligible, but taking summer classes, the applications from previous months are reviewed after Summer I Grades

July 16-August 15, processing 8/16 next stage sent out by 8/31

            **Rolling admissions not eligible, but taking summer classes, the applications from previous months are reviewed after Summer II Grades, on a seat available basis

 August 16-September 30 processing 9/30 next stage sent out by 10/15

 **October 1-31, processing 11/1 next stage sent out by 11/15

November 1-30, processing 12/1 next stage sent out by 12/15

December 1-31, processing 1/ 2 next stage sent out by 1/15

            **Rolling admissions not eligible applications from previous months are reviewed after December Grades

January 1-31 & February 1-29, processing 3/1 next stage sent out by 3/15

March 1-30, processing 4/1 next stage sent out by 4/15

 

Associate Degree Nursing(RN) - Bridge Program (must have an LPN License)

  • RN Bridge students, must be a licensed LPN by August 15, 2019 .  GPA from overall PN Nursing classes and General Education classes must be a 2.0. If you are a non Bay Graduate you must complete a HESI Entrance exam. In the RN Bridge Nursing program you must be awarded a seat to register for Nursing classes. The RN Bridge program seats will be awarded no later than December of 2019, for a start date of Winter 2020.  An official letter Awarding a student a seat in our program is provided in your Bay College email.

How to know when your Bridge Application & HESI Scores will be reviewed:

January 1 - June 15, processing 6/16 next stage sent out by 6/30

June 16 - August 15, processing 8/16 next stage sent out by 8/31

August 16-September 30 processing 9/30 next stage sent out by 10/15

October 1-31, processing 11/1 next stage sent out by 11/15

**Rolling admissions not eligible, applications from previous months are reviewed

November 1-30, processing 12/1 next stage sent out by 12/15

December 1- March 31, processing  3/1 next stage sent out by 3/15

 

If you are interested in our programs, you can Touch the Apply Online tab to the Left.

On your Nursing Application, Apply online tab to left, you will choose your number one preference from the following Nursing Program tracks.

  • RN Delta Campus at Escanaba, Michigan -  This is the path to become a Registered Nurse. Upon completion of Associate Degree, you are eligible to take the Nursing Boards which allows you to become a Registered Nurse (RN).
  • PN Delta Campus at Escanaba, Michigan–This is the path to become an Licensed Practical Nurse. Upon completion of this certificate, you are eligible to take the Practical Nursing Boards which allows you to become a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN).
  • PN West Campus at Iron Mountain, Michigan- This is the path to become an Licensed Practical Nurse. Upon completion of this certificate, you are eligible to take the Practical Nursing Boards which allows you to become a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). Acceptance.
  • RN West Campus at Iron Mountain, Michigan - This is the path to become a Registered Nurse. Upon completion of Associate Degree, you are eligible to take the Nursing Boards which allows you to become a Registered Nurse (RN).

  • RN Bridge Delta Campus at Escanaba, Michigan - This program starts in Winter 2020.  You must be a Licensed Practical Nurse to apply to either of these. This is the path to become a Registered Nurse. Upon completion of Associate Degree, you are eligible to take the Nursing Boards which allows you to become a Registered Nurse (RN). This will be a three semester program in 2020, Winter, Summer I & II and Fall.

We encourage applications all year long.

EMT or Paramedic Programs you can go on the Apply Online Tab to the Left to complete your application, it will requires you to log into MyBay.  Applications are being accepted until the program is filled for Fall of 2019.   To apply for the Paramedic Completion you must be a Licensed EMT.

We look forward to helping you reach your educational goals.

Please feel free to call us (906)217.4090 or email: emt.paramedic@ baycollege.edu or  nursing@baycollege.edu   

Sincerely,
Deanna Robinette
Allied Health Coordinator & Co-Advisor
906.217.4073
robinetd@baycollege.edu
 

 

 

 

 

For more information on both campuses contact:

800.221.2001

906.786.5802 x4090

Fax:  906.789.6919

 

nursing@baycollege.edu

906.217.4090