- Computed Tomography Application
- Mammography Advanced Studies - Accepting Applications for Summer 2023
- Medical Assistant - see also Health Occupations Aptitude Exam (HOAE) Information for Applicants
- Practical Nursing (PN)
Admission PrioritiesWhen enrollment for any curriculum must be limited (including nursing, practical nursing, radiography and medical assisting), priority will be given to qualified applicants who are residents of the VHCC service region and other Virginia residents who do not have access to a comparable program at their community college.
The priority list is as follows:
TEAS Testing -
Click on schedule a TEAS test below for more information.
The TEAS test is the entrance exam required for all applicants to the RN and LPN to RN, Practical Nursing and Radiography programs.
Health Occupations Aptitude Exam (HOAE)
The HOAE is a mandatory part of the Dental Assisting and Medical Assisting program applications. Testing must be completed by the application deadline.
- Schedule a HOAE Test
- Visit www.psbtests.com for more information including test resources.
- School Code: 04T8P
Radiography - All applications are due no later than February 15 at 5:00 pm
Nursing RN Track 1, 2, 3 and 4 – All applications are due no later than March 15 at 5:00 pm
March 15 is the early application deadline for priority admission to the nursing program. Applications submitted after this date will be considered according to remaining seats available.
Practical Nursing (PN) - All applications are due no later than April 15 at 5:00 pm
April 15 is the early application deadline for priority admission to the nursing program. Applications submitted after this date will be considered according to remaining seats available.
Medical Assistant - August 15
Students residing in the college service area (Washington County, the western portion of Smyth County, or the city of Bristol) will be given priority consideration for admission to health programs. Out-of-region applicants will only be considered for openings in programs after all qualified in-region applicants are considered (see Admission Priorities). To be considered in-region, an applicant must be domiciled within the service region for 12 months prior to the program application deadline.