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After all applications have been received, the department will review each application for the following:

  1. Prerequisite courses taken outside Glendale Community College are equivalent.
  2. Overall GPA of 2.5 and a science GPA (Anatomy, Physiology, and Microbiology) of 2.5. Applicants must receive a grade of "C" or better in all prerequisite courses. Applicants with more than one (1) repeat in Anatomy, Physiology or Microbiology will be considered ineligible.
    1. Grades of W, C-, D, or F are considered repeats


Applicants must have a Chancellor’s Formula Cut Score of 75% or higher. Significant factors that influence this formula include:

  • Overall GPA
  • GPA for Anatomy, Physiology, and Microbiology
  • English GPA
  • Any repetitions of the above sciences for substandard grades, repeats, or withdrawals.

Applicants who are above the cutoff score (75%) will be invited via email to take the TEAS Version VI at Glendale Community College (GCC).

Applicants who are below the cutoff score (75%) are not eligible for the current application period. In order to become eligible at a later date, students will be required to complete a Student Success Remediation Plan that will be developed by GCC’s Nursing Counselor.  The department will notify students about this process at a later date via email.


Applicants must pass the TEAS VI with a cut score of 62% or higher. The TEAS VI is necessary for all applicants, regardless of any educational degree. Previous versions of the TEAS will not be accepted.

Applicants who have not taken the TEAS prior to applying will be invited around April (for Summer/Fall applications) or October (for Winter/Spring applications) to take the TEAS VI at Glendale Community College if determined eligible.

Applicants who have already taken the TEAS VI will be asked to send their first score (first attempt) electronically through to the Nursing Department using “Glendale CC ADN CA” around April if determined eligible.

Applicants who do not pass the TEAS VI on the first attempt will be directed to the Nursing Counselor around May for development of a Student Success Remediation Plan. 


All applicants whose Chancellor’s Formula cut score is 75% or above and pass the TEAS VI with 62% or higher will be eligible for random selection. Notifications will be sent via email sometime in May (for Summer/Fall applications) or November (for Winter/Spring applications)


Add to your Contacts. All letters and other notifications will be made via email. It is the applicant’s responsibility to regularly check their email. Please notify the department of any changes in personal information, including email addresses.

Complete General Education Requirements. If you are not accepted, meet with your academic counselor and work on completing your general education (GE) degree requirements for the Associate’s Degree. It is highly recommended that students have their GEs completed upon entering the Nursing Program. Obtaining an Associate Degree is a requirement for various CSU’s ADN-BSN Collaborative Track Programs.

Make an appointment with Academic Counseling. If you need counseling for other degree completion/graduation requirements, please ask to see the Nursing Counselor.  The Counseling Department is located on the 2nd floor of the San Rafael Building. You may call to make an appointment at 818-240-1000 ext. 5918.  You must provide unofficial transcripts of all coursework at the time of the appointment.