School of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences
Greetings, on behalf of the faculty and staff of the School of Nursing and Allied Health, we are elated you are considering Louisiana Delta Community College to start and complete your educational journey in the field of healthcare. We believe that your commitment for academic success will serve as a platform for our mission and philosophy of caring in the healthcare field. Furthermore, we are committed to helping you achieve your goal. Consider the program pathways we offer. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to contact us. We are looking forward to seeing you in class!
Sherita Williams, MSN, RN
Program Director, Associate of Science in Nursing
Shelia McGowen, RN
Program Director, Practical Nursing
Vaccination Statement 08/28/2021:
Louisiana Delta Community college has consistently encouraged our students, especially those in the health-related fields, to be vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus. We have used the strongest encouragement allowed by Louisiana Law and will continue to do so. There are several fundamental concepts that frame this discussion that is critical to understand. First, the statute that establishes higher education institutions relative to vaccines expressly prohibits a mandate. The statute simply requires institutions to document a student’s choice – either to be vaccinated or dissent. Second, all authority for decisions as to whether a vaccine is added to the list of vaccines for which a choice must be made as well as whether unvaccinated students should be excluded from campus when a vaccine-preventable disease is present at an institution is given to the Office of Public Health at the Louisiana Department of Hospitals. In fact, the law says that the Office of Public Health is given exclusive jurisdiction, control, and authority. The law does not allow for a “mandate” but instead allows the Office of Public Health to broaden the scope of the vaccines over which students are provided the right to choose. Further, the law provides broad power exclusively to the Office of Public Health, not higher education entities.
We recognize that the virus is a dangerous and potentially deadly disease. In some circumstances, as in nursing, part of a student’s program is spent in hospitals and other clinical settings. Sites (such as nursing homes or hospitals) may require the employees, and clinical students, to be vaccinated or wear prescribed PPE and have periodic covid tests. Louisiana Delta follows the guidelines of our partner institutions without exception. Louisiana Delta Community College is working diligently to fulfill our mission while protecting the health, safety, and constitutional rights of our students, faculty, and staff.
- Tallulah LPN to RN FAQ
- Nursing Admission Rubric - LPN to RN
- Nursing Admission Rubric - Traditional RN
- ASN program FAQ
- ASN Student Handbook
- LPN to RN - Monroe Campus - Application period is March 1st at 9 a.m. to April 1st at 4 p.m.
- Traditional RN Application - Application period August 15th - September 15th at 2 p.m.
- LPN to RN - Tallulah Campus - Application period is August 1st at 9 a.m. to September 15 at 4 p.m.
- Accuplacer/ACT scores for West Monroe PN program at due by June 30th.
To enroll as a pre-nursing major follow the directions below:
- Associate of General Studies (AGS)
- Applied Science
- Health Science (pre-nursing)
Check for upcoming TEAS testing dates.
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