Nursing: LVN/Military to ADN Mobility Program
What is the LVN/Military to A.D.N. Mobility Program?
The LVN/Military to A.D.N. Mobility Program at St. Philip’s College is a one-year program consisting of three consecutive semesters utilizing online, face to face and lab/clinical experiences to meet the educational requirements for the students to become Registered Nurses. Admission to the LVN/Military to A.D.N. Mobility Program is held once each academic year, with admitted students to begin studies in the Fall semester.
What will I learn?
A one-year program consisting of three consecutive semesters utilizing online, face to face and lab/clinical experiences to meet the educational requirements for the students to become Registered Nurses.
What can I do with this course of study?
What's special about the program?
The LVN/Military to A.D.N. Mobility Program is an accelerated pathway to an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Nursing. Nursing courses are taught over three consecutive semesters. Those eligible for entry include the Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN). The co-requisite clinical courses are held face to face in San Antonio Texas. Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs) meet the LVN to A.D.N entry requirements by virtue of their graduation from an accredited Vocational Nursing program and licensure as an LVN. This program has been successful in meeting the evolving challenges presented to RN’s in the modern healthcare system.
The St. Philip’s College LVN/Military to ADN Mobility Program is approved by the Texas Board of Nursing and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to award the Associate degree in Nursing* (* Currently on initial with warning status).
Upon completion of this program, students are eligible to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nursing (NCLEX-RN) through the Texas Board of Nursing. Passing this exam certifies the graduate to practice as a Registered Nurse.
Admission to the LVN/Military to ADN Mobility Program is held once each academic year, with admitted students to begin studies in the Fall semester.
An Admission Committee will review applicants and determine conditional admittance based upon criteria that will include: standardized entrance exam (TEAS), degree requirements, prerequisite GPA of 3.0 or higher, previous education, and past work experience. All supporting documentation (excluding official transcripts) should be copies of originals and submitted with application in order to be considered for review by the admissions committee. Official transcripts may be delivered to the Nursing department in a sealed envelope with the applicant’s name and Banner ID. Only complete applications will be reviewed for conditional acceptance.
* Revised Applications for the LVN/Military to ADN Mobility Program are below. Please read thoroughly.
Review the INFORMATION PACKET below and then click "APPLY NOW" to download and complete the application packet. The completed application packet and required documents must be placed in a 9 x 12 brown envelope and must be submitted in person to the St. Philip’s College Nursing Education Department.
In Person Deliver to:
St. Philip’s College Dept. of Nursing Education
1801 Martin Luther King Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78203
Center for Health Professions
Valerie Y. Moke, MSN, RN, CCM
MLK Center for Health Professions (CHP), 100C