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1819 N. Main St.
San Antonio TX, 78212

 Career Mobility LVN to RN
Military to RN

The Career Mobility Track serves the education needs of students with prior education and work experience in the medical field who wish to become registered nurses.  The Mobility Track requires a one-year time frame, to include three (3) consecutive semesters.  Course work is done on-line, although all clinical labs are supervised by nursing faculty in local healthcare facilities.  Students admitted to the Greater Kerrville Center - Career Mobility Campus have both course work and clinical laboratory work provided in that area unless some optimum learning experiences can only be provided through the San Antonio campus or San Antonio clinical facilities

The Career Mobility Track offers a nursing study option for (1) Licensed vocational nurses (LVNs) or licensed practical nurses (LPNs) with a current Texas nurse license and a practice record in good-standing with the Texas Board of Nursing; or (2) Military service members and U.S. military veterans who completed training within the last ten years as Army Combats Medics, Navy Corpsmen, or Air Force Medics.   

 For information regarding admission requirements click here.


If Military to RN Applicant, Send official copies of Military transcripts awarding credit for training as Army Combat Medics, Navy Corpsmen, or Air Force Medics and college work pertaining to outside the Alamo Colleges District to the College Admissions and Records Office and the Department of Nursing Education.

Apply to the Nursing Program (Click Here to Apply). The online application will be available only during certain application periods and will be removed after the deadline. 



"Incomplete applications will not be considered. Submitting incomplete, misleading, or fabricated information on the student admission application or any admission document is reason for dismissal of the student from the nursing program at the time the breach is discovered.  Students are strongly encouraged to retain original copies of all documents submitted as part of the application packet."