Frequently Asked Questions
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Submit your official transcripts from your college/university to Admissions & Records and arrange an appointment with a Chaffey College Counselor to assist you with an equivalency check.
Yes. Chaffey’s ADN Program does accept AP (Advanced Placement) results to meet general education pre-requisites and/or in the area of language other than English. Please submit your official AP (Advanced Placement) transcript from College Board or visit https://www.collegeboard.org/ and send a copy to Chaffey’s Admissions & Records. Once you verify with Admissions & Records that your transcript has been received, please arrange an appointment with a Chaffey College Counselor for more information.
Yes, all applicants to Chaffey’s ADN Program must submit an official high school transcript, GED or equivalent showing U.S. high school completion. For students that have completed high school internationally, please arrange an appointment with a Chaffey College Counselor to assist you in navigating the steps in evaluating your international transcripts for U.S. high school equivalency.
Completion of Math 401 is not required in order to apply to Chaffey’s ADN Program. Please note that preferred application status will be given to applicants that have completed ALL pre-requisites at the time of application submission. Also, there is no other equivalent math course to Math 401. All applicants MUST complete Math 401 prior to beginning the ADN Program.
Chaffey’s ADN Program is competitive. As such, the average points during Phase I varies according to student applications each application period. Please arrange an appointment with a Chaffey College Counselor to discuss how to maximize your Phase I points utilizing the ADN Multi Criteria Worksheet.