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Page to help NAH students and faculty find the resources they need.

Counseling and Advising Services

Hinds counseling

Counseling Services at Hinds Community College are designed to provide a comprehensive group of resources for students. Services provided by the counseling centers are free and confidential. Usually, no appointment is necessary. Counselors are available at each location of Hinds Community College. Counselors serve as the general advisors for all students entering into the college. At the time the student is enrolled, the counselor will provide the student with the appropriate information to match college resources with the student's needs. Counselors can assist in making the student's entry into Hinds a smooth one. They may assist the student in exploring a variety of courses leading to various majors. Counselors can also assist students in adapting to change and in learning good decision making skills as well as make appropriate referrals to other resources which may be of use to the student.

Jackson Nursing/Allied Health Center
  • Office Location: Anderson Hall 2
  • Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Open Tuesdays until 6:00 p.m.)
  • Counselors
    • Joycelyn Washington, JSWashington@Hindscc.edu (Director of Student Services for the Nursing/Allied Health Campus, NAHC Leadership Team member, Student Affairs Committee, Campus Climate Committee, Phi Theta Kappa advisor, Registration Committee and NAHC Readmission Committee).
       
    • Cooper McCachren, Bryan.McCachren@Hindscc.edu (Disability Support Services Committee, District Student Affairs Committee and District Associated Student Government Committee)

Am I required to meet with a counselor/advisor to schedule classes?
First-time students must see an advisor or counselor at one of the six (6) campus locations. Advisors and counselors are available for all students; however, returning students are not required to seek advisement.
 

Do I owe money or have a restriction from the admissions or business office that needs to be cleared?
Go to My.Hinds and check your account status. If there is a balance or restriction, go to the appropriate office or call 601-857-5261 or 1-800-HINDSCC.
 

What classes have I successfully completed toward my major?
First, print your unofficial transcript from My.Hinds. If you have attended another college check to see if the credits have been posted to your Hinds transcript. If not, contact the Office of Admissions and request that college transfer credits post to your record.
 

What classes should I register for next semester?

*Students enrolled in developmental classes may wish to speak with an academic advisor.


Do these classes have any prerequisites?

After selecting courses that you need to complete for graduation, you may view the Catalog Course Descriptions to see if there are any prerequisite classes.
 

I’m interested in Nursing & Allied Health programs. What are the admission requirements?
You may view the requirements here: Admission for Nursing & Allied Health Programs
 

How can I view the class schedule of what is being offered and at which location?
Search for classes, dates, and times from the online course schedule.
 

I’m a current student. How do I register for classes?
Go to My.Hinds and web register for academic and/or technical classes. Career students must register in person. For step by step instructions, please view the Web Registration Video Tutorial
 

What online classes are offered?
MSVCC Course Offerings: MSVCC schedule.
 

I’m an online student. How do I register for classes?
First-time Hinds students must see a Hinds advisor to register for their first semester of courses. After that term, the student may web register for their classes through My.Hinds.
 

How do I register for an online course offered by a different community college in MS?
Lookup MSVCC Course Offerings on the MSVCC Schedule online tool. Classes offered by other colleges are subject to approval based on criteria set forth by the Distance Learning office. More information can be found under the FAQ for Hinds Distance Learning. Contact your advisor for more information.
 

When is payment for classes due?
Check your financial aid status and the account balance at My.Hinds. All fees are due 10 days before classes begin (or at the time of registration if registering within 10 days of classes starting). Note: If you have not paid your fees in full, entered into a payment plan with the college, or been approved for financial aid by the due date, you will be removed from your classes.
 

Where can I get a copy of my schedule?
You may view and print your schedule at My.Hinds.


I took this class in high school. Why do I have to take this class in college? 
You must receive college credit in the class for the course to be counted toward graduation. However, if while you were in high school you also took classes through a college, you may be able to use the college credit course toward graduation. You should send your high school transcript to Hinds CC to be evaluated. 

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Programs

Associate Degree Nursing is a 2 year program that prepares the graduate as a generalist capable of providing competent, accountable client care in diverse settings. Major areas of emphasis encompass the following core components of nursing practice: professional behaviors, communication, assessment, clinical decision making, caring interventions, teaching and learning, collaboration and managing care. Two options are available: the Generic Option and the Transition to RN Option.

Information Sessions

Information sessions are held at the Nursing/Allied Health Center on the first Friday of each month at 1 p.m., except holidays. These sessions will provide you with an opportunity to talk with nursing faculty, counselors, and financial aid representatives and to tour school labs.

General Associate Degree Nursing Information

Generic Associate Degree Nursing Admissions Requirements 

  • Application to Hinds Community College
  • Application for Selection to the Associate Degree Nursing Program.
  • Validation of High School Graduation by official high school transcript, high school equivalency transcript (GED®, HiSET®, TASC) or college transcript.
  • Official Transcripts from all colleges attended (except Hinds CC)
  • ACT Composite Score of 18 or above (If taken prior to October 1989 - 15.
  • ACT sub-score of 18 in Math (If taken before October 1989-15)
  • ACT sub-score of 18 in Reading (applicants who took the ACT prior to October 1989 must retake the ACT to obtain the Reading sub-score) 
  • Overall GPA of 2.5 on transferable college credits. 

Prerequisites to the First Generic Clinical Course (NUR 1119):

  • An overall GPA of 2.5 on transferable college credits. 
  • Must have completed Anatomy and Physiology I and II with labs and Introduction to Sociology. 
  • Science courses taken prior to admission must have been completed with a grade of "C" or better, within five years of entering the first nursing class. 

Transition to RN Option 

The Transition to RN Option is designed to assist the licensed practical nurse (LPN), paramedic and respiratory therapist in making the transition to registered professional nurse (RN). Upon successful completion of the program, the graduate will be eligible to take the National Council Licensure Exam for Register Nurses (NCLEX-RN®). Courses are offered at the Nursing/Allied Health Center of the Jackson Campus and at the Vicksburg Campus.

Transition to RN Option Admissions Requirements 

  • Application to Hinds Community College
  • Application for Selection to the Transition to RN Option
  • Validation of High School Graduation by official high school transcript, high school equivalency transcript (GED®, HiSET®, TASC) or college transcript.
  • Official transcripts from all colleges attended, except Hinds Community College
  • ACT composite score of 18 (If taken before October 1989 - 15)
  • ACT sub-score of 18 in Math (If taken before October 1989 - 15)
  • ACT sub-score of 18 in Reading (applicants who took the ACT prior to October 1989 must retake the ACT to obtain the Reading sub-score. 
  • Effective July 1, 2016, overall GPA of 2.2 on transferable college credits. (Effective July 1, 2017, overall GPA 2.35 on transferable credits; effective July 1, 2018, overall GPA of 2.50 on transferable college credits.)
  • Validation of current unencumbered professional license or certification.
  • Written recommendation from immediate supervisor or instructor from respective practical nursing, paramedic, or respiratory therapy program.

Prerequisites to the First Transition to RN Option Clinical Course (NUR 2114)

  • Completion of Anatomy and Physiology I & II with labs (4 semester hrs each) and Microbiology with lab (4 semester hrs) with a grade of C or above. Science courses must have been completed within 5 years of entering (NUR 2114).
  • Completion of 3 semester hours of each of the following: English Comp I; English Comp II; General Psychology I; Human Growth & Development; Intro to Sociology; Humanities/Fine Arts Elective; Public Speaking/Interpersonal Communication.

Process for Selection 

The Generic Option and the Transition to RN Option each have a defined process for selection.
There is also a defined process for selection for transfer admissions.

Process for Selection to Generic Option
Process for Selection to the Transition to RN Option

Dental Assisting Technology is a career for individuals who enjoy patient contact, flexible hours, and the security of employable skills. It is ideal for the high school graduate seeking a stable career, the parent looking for a profession to coordinate with family responsibilities, or the adult searching for a second career choice.

After twelve months of training, the Dental Assisting graduate is prepared to assist the dentist at chairside, perform minor lab procedures, expose and develop radiographs, manage the front office, plus a variety of other skills. Classes begin every August and January and all courses for the program are taught at the Nursing/Allied Health Center in Jackson, Miss.

Career Opportunities

Career opportunities are very broad and diverse for graduates for this program. Though the majority of dental assistants are employed by general dentists, some graduates choose to work in one of the many dental specialties, such as pedodontics, orthodontics and oral surgery. Most assistants work at chairside, although opportunities do exist for graduates to participate in front office procedures. The demand for dental services will continue to grow in the future and therefore, the need for trained dental assistants will increase in order to meet that demand.

Admission Information

It is the applicant's responsibility to provide the required data to the Office of Admissions, Hinds Community College at Nursing/Allied Health Center, 1750 Chadwick Drive, Jackson, MS 39204-3490. Submitting the information to any other Hinds Community College location will delay the processing of your file.

  • Application for Admission to Hinds Community College.
  • Application for Selection to the Dental Assisting Technology Program.
  • Validation of high school graduation by official high school transcript or high school equivalency transcript (GED®, HiSET®, or TASC).
  • Official transcripts from all colleges attended, except Hinds Community College.
  • ACT score of 18 (15 if taken before October 1989).
  • Students must be 18 years of age by the 2nd semester of the program.

Process for Selection

  • Preference will be given to applicants who complete the application procedure by April 15th for fall admission and by October 15th for spring admission.
  • Individuals who have submitted all required admission documents will be considered for program admission based on a rating scale that includes:  ACT Composite Score, ACT Math and Reading sub-scores; previous certificates/degrees; and military experience.   
  • Applicants selected into the program are required to attend a scheduled orientation session. 
  • Applicants not selected for a class may reapply for subsequent classes by submitting a new Application for Selection to the Dental Assisting Technology Program.

Credentialing Information

Students who successfully complete the Dental Assisting program at Hinds Community College are eligible to sit for the national certification exam offered by the Dental Assisting National Board.

Accreditation

This program is accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Association, 211 East Chicago Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60611-25678, 312.440.2500, www.ada.org.

Program of Study and Core Performance Standards

 

Sonography is an imaging modality, which uses high frequency sound waves to produce images for diagnosis. The diagnostic medical sonography profession includes general sonography, cardiac sonography, vascular technology and various subspecialties. The profession requires sound judgment and the ability to provide appropriate health care services. Sonographers are highly skilled professionals, qualified by education, to provide patient services using diagnostic techniques under the supervision of a licensed physician, usually a radiologist. The sonographer may provide this service in a variety of medical settings. Sonographers assist the physicians in gathering data necessary to reach correct diagnostic decisions.

Career Opportunities

Entry level salaries of registered diagnostic medical sonographers vary greatly per geographical location. Beginning salaries in the Jackson area and in the state range between $30,000 and $40,000 per year. Pay scales increase with experience and registries obtained. To further your career in the radiology field, diagnostic medical sonography would be an exciting first step.

General Information and Accreditation

Diagnostic Medical Sonography, AAS

The Hinds Community College Diagnostic Medical Sonography program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Accreditation Committee for Educational Programs for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (JRC-DMS).

CAAHEP Contact Information:

Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs
25400 U.S. Highway 19 North, Suite 158
Clearwater, FL 33763
Phone: 727-210-2350
www.caahep.org

JCR-DMS Contact Information:

Joint Review Committee on Education in Diagnostic Medical Sonography
6021 University Boulevard, Suite 500
Ellicott City, MD 21043
Phone: 443.973.3251
Fax: 866.738.3444
www.jrcdms.org

 An entry-level sonographer should be able to:

  • Obtain, review and integrate pertinent history and clinical data to facilitate optimum diagnostic results.
  • Perform appropriate procedures and record anatomic, pathologic and/or physiologic data for interpretation by a physician.
  • Record, analyze and process diagnostic data and other pertinent observations made during the procedure for presentation to the interpreting physician.
  • Exercise discretion and judgment in the performance of sonographic non-invasive and invasive diagnostic services.
  • Demonstrate appropriate communication skills with patients and colleagues.
  • Act in a professional and ethical manner. Provide patient education related to medical sonography and promote principles of good health.

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Admission Requirements:

1. Application for admission to Hinds Community College.
2. Application for Selection to the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program.
3. Validation of high school graduation by official high school transcript or high school equivalency transcript (GED®, HiSET®, or TASC).
4. Official transcripts from all colleges attended, except Hinds Community College.
5. ACT composite score of 19 (If taken before October 1989 - 16).
6. Graduation from a JCERT Radiologic Technology Program (must include Radiographic Physics and Medical Terminology, as approved by the Program Chairperson).

Prerequisites to the First Clinical Course:

1. Verification of RTR credential by the first Diagnostic Medical Sonography class.
2. Prerequisites to the first Diagnostic Medical Sonography course: College Algebra (MAT 1313), Human Anatomy & Physiology I and II with labs (BIO 2511, BIO 2513, BIO 2521, BIO 2523), English Composition I and II (ENG 1113 , ENG 1123), Public
Speaking I (SPT 1113) or Interpersonal Communication (SPT 2173 ), Humanities/Fine Arts Elective, and a Social/Behavioral Science Elective.
3.  All prerequisite courses must be completed with a “C” or above by the first Diagnostic Medical Sonography class.
Process for Selection:
1. Preference will be given to applicants who complete the application procedure by April 1st for Fall admission.
2. Individuals who have submitted all required admission documents will be considered for program admission based on a rating scale that includes: ACT Composite Score, ACT Math and Reading sub-scores; and previous military service/certificates/degrees.
3. Applicants selected into the program are required to attend a scheduled orientation session.
4. Applicants not selected for a class may reapply for subsequent classes by submitting a new Application for Selection to the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program.

Diagnostic Medical Sonography Selection Score
Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program Cost 

First Friday - Information Session

Information sessions are held at the Nursing/Allied Health Center on the first Friday of each month at 1 p.m., except holidays. These sessions will provide you with an opportunity to talk with faculty, counselors, and financial aid representatives and to tour school labs.

Emergency Medical Technicians and paramedics provide assessment, care and transport to patients in and out of the hospital setting. EMTs and paramedics function under physician medical direction and serve our communities, working for local ambulance services, paid and volunteer fire departments and other health care organizations. Hospitals and industry also hire EMTs.

The Hinds Community College Emergency Medical Sciences department offers:

  • EMT Course
  • Paramedic Program

EMT Course Information

Hinds Community College offers the EMT course each fall and spring semester. EMT is the entry-level and foundational course in emergency medical sciences, a one semester course.

Students may choose either the afternoon or evening course, depending on availability. Students should apply early to ensure availability, but applicants are considered until the late registration deadline for the respective semester in which the student plan to enter the program.

Students completing the EMT course are eligible to take the EMT National Registry exam.

EMS Outcomes

Paramedic Program Information

Hinds Community College offers a full-time day program option for Paramedic training. EMT and Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II are prerequisites for the Paramedic program and must be taken within the last five years; a score of C or better is required in Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II.

The paramedic program is a 1-year program, beginning each August and completing the following July. The paramedic class meets on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays of each week from 8-4:30. Contact the Department of Emergency Medical Technology for the upcoming year's schedule.

The Hinds Community College EMT Paramedic program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions.

Contact Information for CAAHEP 
Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs
25400 U.S. Highway 19 North, Suite 158
Clearwater, FL 33763
727.210.2350
www.caahep.org

Contact Information for COAEMSP 
Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions

Suite 111-3128
301 Lakeview Parkway
Rowlett, TX 75088
214.703.8445 (phone)
214.703.8992 (fax)
www.coaemsp.org

Admission Information for EMT Course

  • Application for admission Hinds Community College Hinds CC Application for Admission.
  • Application for selection to the EMT Course Application for Selection to EMT Course.
  • Validation of high school graduation by official high school transcript or high school equivalency transcript (GED®, HiSET®, or TASC).
  • Official transcripts from all colleges attended, except Hinds Community College.
  • ACT composite score of 17 (If taken before October 1989 - 14); EMT-Basic students eligible for the Public Service Option may substitute an ACCUPLACER test score of 76 in reading for this requirement; the Public Service Option requires an employer letter verifying employment in the field of emergency medical service, fire service, law enforcement, child service, or health care. Students must be 18 years old by the date of program completion.
  • Students must be 18 years old by the dte of program completion.

Admission Requirements for Paramedic Program

  • Application for admission to Hinds Community College Hinds CC Application for Admission.
  • Application for selection to the Paramedic Program Application for Selection to Paramedic.
  • Validation of high school graduation by official high school transcript or high school equivalency transcript (GED®, HiSET®, or TASC).
  • Official transcripts from all colleges attended, except Hinds Community College.
  • ACT composite score of 17 (If taken before October 1989 - 14).

Prerequisite to the First Clinical Course

  • Must have completed all pre-requisite courses with a grade of C or better.
  • Science courses taken prior to admission must have been completed with a grade of C or better, within five years of entering the first paramedic class.
  • EMT - Basic registration is a pre-requisite to Paramedic. Students must submit a current copy of National Registry registration (copy of the National Registry card) as an admission requirement.

Process for Selection for EMS-Paramedic

All requirements must be sent to:
Office of Admissions
Nursing/Allied Health Center 
1750 Chadwick Dr.,
Jackson, MS 39204-3490

 

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Mission: Prepare individuals to be competent, caring health care assistants.

Goals: 

  1. Provide the student with skills for learning success. 
  2. Provide a program that prepares students with multiple skills for employment in the health care field.
  3. Provide the student with knowledge needed for entry level competency as a nursing assistant, home health aid, and phlebotomist. 
  4. Provide the student with learning experiences that promote competency as a nursing assistant, health care aide, and phlebotomist. 
  5. Provide opportunities that will allow the student to develop employment skills and team work skills. 
  6. Provide opportunities that will assist the student to transition to other academic and technical health careers. 

Admission Requirements 

  1. Application for admission to Hinds Community College
  2. Application for selection to the Health Care Assistant Program.
  3. Validation of high school graduation by official high school transcript, GED® equivalency transcript, or college transcript.
  4. Official transcripts from all colleges attended, except Hinds Community College.
  5. ACT score of 16 (12 if taken before October 1989).

Process for Selection 

  1. For classes that begin in the Fall term, preference will be given to applicants who complete the application procedure by April 30th. For classes that begin in the Spring term, preference will be given to applicants who complete the application procedure by October 31st.
  2. Individuals who have submitted all admission requirements by the specified deadline will be considered for program admission based on a rating scale that includes: ACT Composite Score; ACT Math and Reading sub-scores; and previous certificates or degrees.
  3. Applicants not selected for a class must reapply for subsequent classes by submitting a new Application for Selection to the Health Care Assistant Program.
  4. A limited number of placements are held for TAA-eligible applicants and students who have completed the TSHP program.

HCA Core Competencies

HCA Program Outcomes

HCA Graduate Competencies 

HCA Rating Scale

Projected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics to be one of the 20 fastest growing occupations in the United States, Health Information Technology (HIT) is an excellent career choice for the person who is seeking a healthcare profession that combines interest in computer science, business, management, legal procedures and healthcare research. The medical world depends on health information specialists to collect data, interpret it, protect it and to determine how it can be used. The future for health information technicians looks bright. Employment opportunities include hospitals, physician offices, insurance companies, law firms, state and federal health agencies, long term care facilities, hospice agencies, teaching institutions and consulting firms.

Is This Career Right for You?

Are you interested in coding, medical reimbursement and billing, computers, information technology or business administration? Would you like to be part of the world of medicine without providing direct patient care? Would you like the opportunity to work from home? Do you enjoy diversity? Are you well organized and detail oriented? Would you like to make a contribution to the welfare of others? If you answered "yes" to two or more of the above questions, a career in Health Information Technology could be just right for you!

General Information 

  • Health Information Technology is a 2 year program leading to the Associate in Applied Science degree
  • The HIT program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM)
  • During the graduation semester, the student is eligible to take the national accreditation exam for Health Information Technicians
  • The RHIT (Registered Health Information Technician) credential is awarded to those who pass the exam.
  • The HIT program is offered in a Day Option or an Evening Option.
  • Those interested in HIT may attend an information session with program instructors the first Friday of each month at 1 p.m. at the Nursing/Allied Health Center, unless the date falls on a holiday. 

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Admission Requirements:

  1. Application for admission to Hinds Community College.
  2. Application for Selection to the Health Information Technology Program.
  3. Validation of high school graduation by official high school equivalency transcript (GED®, HiSET®, or TASC).
  4. Official transcripts from all colleges attended, except Hinds Community College.
  5. ACT composite score of 18 (If taken before October 1989 - 15).
  6. Applicant must be eligible to take Intermediate Algebra (MAT 1233 or MAT 1234) and English Composition I (ENG 1113) as determined by the Hinds Community College mandatory Testing and Placement procedure.
  7. Keyboarding courses from high school or college or demonstrate keyboarding proficiency.
  8. All required courses taken prior to admission must be completed with a “C” or above.
  9. Science courses taken prior to admission must have been completed within five years of entering the first HIT class.
  10. Computer courses taken prior to admission must have been completed within five years of entering the first HIT class.

Process for Selection:

  1. Preference will be given to applicants who complete the application procedure by April 1st for fall admission.
  2. Individuals who have submitted all required admission documents will be considered for program admission based on a rating scale that includes: ACT composite with sub-scores, GPA on HIT program prerequisite courses, and previous military service/certificates/degrees.
  3. Applicants selected into the program are required to attend a scheduled orientation session.
  4. Applicants not selected for a class may reapply for subsequent classes by submitting a new Application for Selection to the Health Information Technology Program.

Prerequisites to the first Health Information Technology Course: (Effective for students entering Fall 2014 Day or Evening Option)

Day Option: Completion of the following college courses with a grade of “C” or above:

  1. Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab (BIO 2511, BIO 2513) (Not older than 5 years from start of HIT program)

Evening Option: Completion of the following college courses with a grade of “C” or above:

  1. Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Lab (BIO 2511, BIO 2513) (Not older than 5 years from start of HIT program)
  2. Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Lab (BIO 2521, BIO 2523) (Not older than 5 years from start of HIT program)
  3. English Composition I (ENG 1113)
  4. Computer Applications I (CSC 1123) (Not older than 5 years from start of HIT program)
  5. Public Speaking (SPT 1113 or Interpersonal Communications (SPT 2173)
  6. General Psychology (PSY 1513)
  7. Humanities/Fine Arts Elective

First Friday - Information Session

Information sessions are held at the Nursing/Allied Health Center on the first Friday of each month at 1 p.m., except holidays. These sessions will provide you with an opportunity to talk with faculty, counselors, and financial aid representatives and to tour school labs.

Work closely with surgeons, anesthesiologists, nurses and other surgical personnel before, during and after surgery. Surgical Technologists work extensively with surgical instruments, supplies and equipment to provide a safe surgical experience for each patient. The Surgical Technology program begins every August and lasts for one year (3 semesters).

Employment Potential
Certified technologist can work in hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, surgeons' office and in materials management or central processing. They are also qualified for the field of medical products and sales.

First Friday - Information Session
Information sessions are held at the Nursing/Allied Health Center on the first Friday of each month at 1 p.m., except holidays. These sessions will provide you with an opportunity to talk with faculty, counselors, and financial aid representatives and to tour school labs.

Possible Degrees

  • Surgical Technology, AAS
  • Surgical Technology, TC

Accreditation and Credentialing Information

Accreditation

The Hinds Community College Surgical Technology program is accredited by the Commission of Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Accreditation Review Committee on Education in Surgical Technology.

CAAHEP Contact Information:

Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs
25400 U.S. Highway 19 North, Suite 158
Clearwater, FL 33763
727.210.2350 (phone)
www.caahep.org
 
ARCST Contact Information:
Accreditation Review Committee on Education in Surgical Technology
6 W. Dry Creek Circle, Suite 110
Littleton, CO 80120
303.694.9262
 

Credentialing Information

Students who successfully complete the Surgical Technology Program are eligible to take the examination for certification from the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs and the Accreditation Review Committee on Education in Surgical Technology.

Admission Requirements

  • Complete a Hinds CC Application for Admission.
  • Send an official high school transcript or General Education Development Test (GED) score and any college transcripts.
  • Submit an ACT (American College Test) score. This score must be a composite of 18 (taken after October 1, 1989) or 15 (taken before October 1, 1989
  • Submit Selection Application and the above information to the Nursing/Allied Health Center.
  • Surgical Technology Selection Score

Gainful Employment Information

Cost of Program (All Costs Subject to Change)

  • Tuition & Fees: $3,016
  • Books & Supplies: $931
  • On-campus Room & Board: $3,856
  • Total Cost: $7,803

Length of Program

  • Intended time to complete: 12 months
  • % of graduates who completed on time: 100%

Employment
Jobs related to this program:
Surgical technologists (SOC 29-2055)
Job Placement Rate: 72%

Debt

  • Median program graduate debt: $2,893.50
  • Federal Loans: $0
  • Private Educational Loans: $0