Mount Carmel College of Nursing requires that you take the ACT or SAT unless you have been graduated from high school for more the five years or you have 30 hours or more of college credit. Below you will find the codes for Mount Carmel when taking either standarized test.

  • ACT Code: 3297
  • SAT Code: 1503

Also, The ability to understand, read, speak and write English effectively is essential for all MCCN students. For students whom English is not the native language, the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is required.

A score of 550 on the paper-based TOEFL, 213 on the computer-based TOEFL, or 79-80 on the internet-based test (IBT) is required for admission. The MCCN test code is 1502.

Please note that TOEFL scores are valid two (2) years from the test date. To learn more about the TOEFL, please visit www.ets.org/toefl

Deadlines by program:

Undergraduate

  • Fall - April 1

Advanced Placement Program

  • Summer - January 15

Second Degree Accelerated Program

  • Spring - May 31

Online RN-BSN Completion Students

  • Mount Carmel College of Nursing accepts application materials up to six weeks prior to the semester in which you plan to attend.
  • Fall Semester begins in August, Spring Semester in January, and the Summer Session in May.

Graduate

  • CNS, Adult Gerontology, Nursing Education
    • Spring - October 1
    • Summer - March 1
    • Fall - June 1
  • NP Tracks
    • Fall - February 1

At Mount Carmel College of Nursing our admissions staff is available to assist you in pursuing your academic dreams. Learn more about our team members through profiles highlighted below.

Visit us! The admissions staff is located on the first floor in Marian Hall.

Our contact information:

admissions@mccn.edu
toll free: (800) 556-6942
fax: (614) 234-5427

Kim Campbell

kcampbell@mccn.edu
Director, Admissions and Recruitment
614-234-5144

Christine McNelly

cmcnelly@mccn.edu
Admissions Counselor
614-234-5419

Melisa Fowler

mfowler@mccn.edu
Enrollment Specialist
614-234-3639

Gale Kolarik

gkolarik@mccn.edu
Administrative Secretary
614-234-3010

Julia Farkas

jfarkas@mccn.edu
Department Secretary
614-234-3639

The Student Ambassadors at Mount Carmel College of Nursing are a specially selected group of students who represent the College at various events and activities associated with the institution.

Learn more about the College Ambassador Program.

The 2017-18 Mount Carmel College of Nursing student ambassadors are:

  • Abby Humphrey
  • Aisha Ahmed
  • Andy Harper
  • Craig Casto
  • Diamond Akabuaku
  • Emma Schenz
  • Glorya Albertini
  • Hina Qadeer
  • Jillian Reed
  • Julia Blum
  • Kendall Whisman
  • Lanie Francis
  • Logan Peoples
  • Megan Cleveland
  • Natalie Elswick
  • Paige Varney
  • Trisha Schemine
  • Victoria Oney
  • Wajiha Qadeer

Student Ambassadors at the Lancaster Campus:

  • Josie Cotttrill
  • Keely Ingram

Whatever program you enter at Mount Carmel College of Nursing, you’ll get an unsurpassed education and unparalleled clinical opportunities. From our outstanding undergraduate BSN program to our master’s programs, including Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), to our top-notch online classes, Mount Carmel offers a quality education that encompasses the best of compassion, commitment and competence.

Prospective Students

Academic excellence, personal attention, a college community and state-of-the-art technology will enable you to realize your goal of becoming a nurse or practicing a higher level. Our Admissions and Recruitment staff can answer any questions and invites you to visit us and experience our campus!

Visits and Tours

The best way to know that Mount Carmel is right for you is to come and see us. Our traditional BSN program is offered in two locations: our main campus in downtown Columbus and our satellite campus in Lancaster, Ohio, at Fairfield Medical Center. Our graduate programs are offered on the main campus and online.

Admissions Staff

Our knowledgeable and professional staff is ready to assist you. Learn more about each staff member and contact them today.

Student Ambassadors

Our Student Ambassadors represent the “best and brightest” of our undergraduate student body. These specially selected students represent the College at various events – from casual to black tie.