Students can pick up a packet at the Camden Campus in College Hall, suite 228 or at the Blackwood Campus in Halpern Hall, suite 117.
Information sessions are held through the semester. At these sessions the students get valuable information on the program as well as a packet with guidance. It is highly recommended that a student attend one of these sessions.
Students are expected to be professional in class, lab and clinical setting. Inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated and will result in the student being removed from the program without refund. After successful completion of the program, students are eligible to take the skills and written test for state certification. The $76.00 certification fee is separate from program’s tuition.
The CNA registration packet is available at the Information Session. Completed packets should be returned to: College Hall if taking the course in Camden or Kevin G. Halpern Hall for Science & Health Education, Room 329 if taking the course in Blackwood.
4 college credits apply.