The practical nursing faculty supports the New River Community College mission statement that all people should have a chance to develop and extend their skills and knowledge and to increase awareness of their roles and duties as citizens.
The college serves the educational needs of the public and assumes a duty to help provide the requirements for trained workers in the region. The practical nursing program works with the college to prepare graduates with technical competence in basic nursing skills to help meet community health needs more information »
NRCC currently requires ATI TEAS Version 6 for LPN admission. Here are some important details:
If you want to use a previous year’s TEAS score, please let Phyllis Anderson know so she can make sure she has a copy of this score in your folder. Remember that you can test once per year.
Contact Phyllis Anderson if additional information is needed.
NRCC currently requires TEAS Version V for A.D.N.
|Annual Passage Rates|
|2016 -- 81.82%|
|2014 -- 90%|
|2013 -- 88.24%||August 2013 graduates 100%
December 2012 graduates 77.78%
|2011 -- 100%|
|2010 -- 100%|
|2009 -- 100%|
|2008 -- 100%|
|2007 -- 100%|
|2006 -- 100%|
In addition to the general school recognition, the practical nursing school is approved by the Virginia Board of Nursing.
Nursing Admission Advisor
Phone: (540) 674-3600 ext. 4206
Office: Rooker 259
Below you will find helpful links to additional college nursing programs and health-related information.
NRCC faculty provide individualized mentoring in the clinical area. These clinical practices develop the clinical experiences of our students to prepare them to manage the comprehensive care needs of clients in a variety of clinical settings. Clinical experiences take place in innovative sites such as acute care facilities, outpatient clinics, home care agencies and private practice settings. These practice sites provide students with the diverse background necessary to prepare them to make sophisticated clinical decisions.