The Mid Michigan Community College Associate Degree in Nursing Program is pursuing pre-accreditation candidacy status from the National League for Nursing Commission for Nursing Education Accreditation (NLN CNEA), located at 2600 Virginia Avenue, NW, 8th Floor, Washington, DC 20037; phone 202-909-2500. Interested parties are invited to submit third party comments in writing directly to NLN CNEA, attention Judith Halstead, NLN CNEA Executive Director, no later than December 28, 2017.
A Legacy of Excellence
Since MMCC’s first graduating class of 21 nurses in 1969, the College has conferred over 3,500 nursing credentials.
The College's nursing faculty and staff are committed to developing excellent and compassionate professionals.
Ask around. Our graduates serve locally and across the State. You'll find out how well-respected our program is, and how exceptionally-prepared and skilled our graduates are when they enter careers.
Real Skills for Future Nurses
Our state-of-the-art simulation labs in both Harrison and Mt. Pleasant allow students to practice nursing skills without leaving campus. Learn more about our nursing labs and simulation equipment.
MMCC nursing students gain clinical experiences in both acute care and long term care facilities. Students are prepared as entry-level Associate Degree Registered Nurses, ready to begin employment immediately after graduation. Upon graduation, our students are eligible to sit for licensure by taking the NCLEX-RN exam.
MMCC students average 80%-90% pass rates on this test.
Selective Admissions Means No Wait List
In 2010, MMCC transitioned from a wait list-based nursing program to selective admissions. The college welcomes 220 nurses each year, based on the strength of their applications to the program. Learn more about our selective admissions process.
Save on BSN Pre-Requisites & Transfer to Complete
Mid offers a pathway for those pursuing an Associate Degree in Nursing to complete additional courses at a significant savings and in a familiar environment as they prepare to transfer. Students then complete a bachelor of nursing degree at the four-year university of their choice. Future-nurses working toward this goal often complete their associate degree, enter the workforce, and take advantage of employer tuition reimbursement to complete their bachelor degree. Check out transfer guides to universities across the State.
Important Dates / Application Announcements
Nursing Program Admissions:
Fall 2017 Admissions (Harrison Campus)
Fall 2017 admissions is now closed.
Fall 2018 Admissions:
HESI Entrance Testing will be held in February 2018, with admissions applications due March 9th. More information regarding registering for HESI Testing and practice workshops will be available under Application and Selection on the left side menu.
Winter 2018 Admissions (Mt. Pleasant Campus)
Winter 2018 admissions is now closed . Students will begin in January 2018.
Upcoming Nursing Program Information Sessions
Plan on attending a Nursing Information Session if you are: working on prerequisites, looking to apply to the nursing program, or would like more information in general about the program.
Upcoming Nursing Information Sessions:
The next Nursing Information Session will be held Tuesday, November 7th 1:00-2:30pm at the Mount Pleasant Campus Doan Center Room 130.
If you have immediate questions to discuss, please schedule an appointment with an advisor by calling 989-386-6626.
Campus Safety and Title IX Policy
For safety and security policies, procedures, and information about student rights, visit midmich.edu/righttoknow and midmich.edu/securityreport. If you have questions regarding your rights or wish to speak to one of the College’s Title IX Coordinators or Deputy you may contact the following individuals:
Contact Information for Students:
Kim M. Barnes
Chief Title IX Coordinator
Office: Harrison 112
Contact Information for Students:
Martricia M. Farrell
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Office: Harrison 107
Contact Information for Employees:
Title IX Coordinator
Office: Harrison 217