Sequential Enrollment

Overview

In partnership with Modesto Junior College (MJC), San Joaquin Delta College, and Merced College, we are offering a sequential enrollment program that allows Nursing students to complete 4 courses that are a part of the online RN-BSN program at Stan State during their summer semesters.

Please note:  This program is only available to students enrolled in an ADN program at Modesto Junior College, San Joaquin Delta College, or Merced College.

Please read the Sequential Enrollment Pathway Roadmap carefully to determine your eligibility.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Must be in 1st, 2nd or 3rd semester of Associate’s Degree in Nursing Program at time of application
  • Minimum overall GPA of 2.0 required
  • FULL GE transfer certification including Chemistry and Statistics

How to Apply

Applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Incomplete applications will not be evaluated.

Summer 2023 Application Period: March 1 – March 31, 2023

The link to apply will be available here on March 1.

Please note:  A minimum of 10 students is required per cohort. If the minimum requirement is not met the cohort start will be delayed and/or canceled. If a high volume of qualified applicants is reached, the application period could close early.

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Schedule & Cost

Summer 2023

Course Dates: 6/5/23 – 7/28/23

Summer 1

Course

Units

Cost
NURS3600 Transcultural Nursing

3

Nursing course $625 per credit

NURS3700 Nursing Research

3

Nursing course $625 per credit

Total

6

Cost = $3,750

Summer 2 

Course

Units

Cost

UD-C

3

Upper division GE course $325 per credit

UD-D

3

Upper division GE course $325 per credit

Total

6

Cost = $1,950

Financial Aid is not available for these courses.

The Stanislaus Community Foundation has generously made possible scholarships for MJC ADN students. To apply, please visit the Stanislaus Community Foundation website: For Students — Stanislaus Community Foundation

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What our Students are saying

“Sequential enrollment helped me in my ADN by expanding my knowledge base. I felt that by taking the RN-BSN classes I was a more prepared student nurse, more confident in school, and more confident on the hospital floor during clinicals which allowed me to give better care to my patients.”

- Marlyn Diaz
Student

 

“The sequential enrollment program allows you to start the BSN program early and take less classes later. After graduating with my ADN, I got a nursing job so it was nice to be able to work and complete my BSN. I didn’t have as much of a heavy load as all the students that were not in the sequential enrollment program.”

- Anonymous
Student