Process of Admission:
Person seeking admission need to tender the following:
Completed application form submitted to Adoni Institute with a $60 cash or money order non- refundable application fee
A 500 word typed essay stating your interest and reason for becoming LPN
Arrange to take the School Assessment Test with the Admission Officers. When test scores return, all prospective students will be scheduled for an
Free Test Preparation Courses
Adoni Institute offers free pre-entrance test classes to help those who need to improve on their math and english before taking the test
This will be arranged by the admission officer in conjuction with the program director
Student always perform very well on the test after the review classes
Submission of transcripts or certificates from high school or GED graduates
Foreign students need to provide a notarized certificate from WES
Official college or university transcripts (for transfer students)
Two letters of professional reference from job or former school and one reference from a friend or relative. Reference letters must be in sealed envelopes.
Criminal background check
Child and Adult Abuse Registry check
Two step Mantoux skin test ( Chest x-ray where applicable)
Urine drug screen
Physical Examination from Primary Care Provider with written documentation of no physical limitations
Contact Admission Office:
Applicants must be at least 17 years of age.
High school graduate, GED or equivalent required. Notarized transcripts required.
Foreign students need to have transcripts evaluated by the World Educational Service (WES) in New York and provide a notarized certificate to Adoni Institute
Competitive score on the School Assessment Test. The standardized test given is the National League for Nurses Pre-Admission Examination for Practical Nurses (NLN-PAX)
This test consists of word knowledge, reading comprehension, mathematics, and science. NLN-PAX allows a fair comparison of students from different schools and backgrounds with different grading policies.
Students must be in sound physical, emotional, and social condition.
Applicants must be of good moral character without convictions of any misdemeanor or felony offenses.
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New Student Orientation
We are excited that you have decided to attend Adoni Institute. Like most new students, you are looking forward to a great school experience, excited but with questions about what to expect
The New Student Orientation is here to help you build confidence in your transition
During the orientation the student will have the opportunity to get questions answered and get started navigating the logistic associated with starting school or transferring from one school to another.
This session will help students become familiar with services and programs vital to their successful transition as full and active members of the school community
Listen to current student and get a glimpse of what life like at Adoni Institute
During the orientation students are advised to bring their friends and families. Lunch will be served to have Adoni students, staff, friends and family around lunch table