The Iowa Lakes Community College Nursing programs prepares graduates as entry-level registered nurses in both hospital and community-based settings. Graduates are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN licensure exam upon completion of the program. As a registered nurse (RN), you will have the knowledge and skills to complete assessments, provide necessary care, and evaluate effectiveness of treatments for clients across the lifespan. Nurses work in a variety of settings including: hospitals, clinics, long-term-care facilities, schools, businesses, prisons, community health, hospice, and many more.
In compliance with 655 Iowa Administrative Code 2.10(6), students and prospective students are hereby notified that they may not take courses with a clinical or practicum component or both, if they had:
a. been denied licensure by the board of nursing
b. their license suspended, surrendered or revoked in any U.S. jurisdiction
c. their license suspended, surrendered or revoked in another country due to disciplinary action