Institutional Closing

alert icon Gateway Community & Technical College campuses and offices will be closed for winter break Saturday, December 16, 2017, through Monday, January 1, 2018. The college will reopen for normal operations Tuesday, January 2, 2018, at 7 a.m. Have a wonderful holiday and a great new year! 

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Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Program

The Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Program now enrolls twice per year!

Nursing is one of the most rewarding and challenging careers an individual can choose. The Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program prepares graduates to provide and manage client care and to become members within the discipline of nursing.

Why earn your Associate Nursing Degree* at Gateway?

  • Strong NCLEX pass rate
  • Pay less for a better education
  • Accredited by the Kentucky Board of Nursing
  • State-of-the-art simulation labs
  • Small class size and individual instructor attention
  • Active learning classrooms
  • Team-teaching for comprehensive learning
  • Supportive learning environment and NCLEX preparation
  • Faculty with real-world experience and familiar with the evolving healthcare landscape
  • Partnerships and internships with local healthcare employers
  • Financial aid
  • Reduce your college debt: pre-requisite courses may qualify for the Work Ready KY Scholarship
  • Classes that work with your schedule
  • Pre-requisite courses online
  • Credits that transfer to 4-year
  • Student support services for nonacademic challenges
*RN upon licensure

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Background Check and Drug Screen Notification

Clinical facilities utilized by the Gateway Nursing Program require students to have clear background checks and drug screens and can deny student participation in clinical/observation rotations at their facilities. Since clinical participation is required to meet the nursing course outcomes, if a facility denies a student admittance to clinical, the student will not be able to progress in the nursing program. Gateway does not accept responsibility for any student being ineligible for clinical participation based on background checks or drug screens and continued enrollment in the ADN program.

Kentucky Board of Nursing (KBN) Criminal Conviction Notification

Note: KBN may deny a nursing graduate admission to the NCLEX-RN Exam if an individual has been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony which involves acts that bear directly on the qualifications of the graduate to practice nursing. Applicants are encouraged to visit the KBN website for more information. 

Phone: (859) 815-7792
Office: Edgewood Campus, NAHSC Building - Office 221


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