• Bring photo ID and copy of current immunization record
  • Complete entrance test with a 75% score or higher ( Entrance test will be waived if 1st year of college is complete, we need transcript or grades to verify class attendance.) 
  • ​Cashier Check or Money order of $500.00 non-refundable deposit to hold seat .  Total tuition is 1800.00 
  • If deposit has been paid,  $1300.00 is due 4 weeks before class starts.
  • If any other payment has been arranged, all payments are due 4 weeks before class starts.  
  • If eligible, ​a student that does not make full payment within the 4 week period, the balance remaining can only be advanced to 1 schedule class if there is a 2 week notice given.  If the 2 week notice is not given, all monies will be forfeited.  If the student decides to withdraw from class after tuition has been paid, there will be no REFUND.  Student can have someone take their place or reschedule to the next schedule class..  If student cannot find someone to take their place or cannot attend the next schedule class, all monies will be forfeited. 

  • Start JD Palantine urine drug screen ($38.00)
  • State of Alaska Background clearance ( Fees vary)
  • Get copy Background check (BCU)---Department of Social Services 4601Business Park Blvd Building K; (Tel) 334-4475
  • Get Copy of 2 Fingerprints (Submit 1 card to BCU and 1 card to the Board of Nursing and student must bring 1 card to class on the first day
  • Castech Fingerprint: 2217 East Tudor #12 (Tel) 337-5002
  • Get 2 fingerprint cards & passport photo ID   

  • Tuberculin skin test within the past 12 months or documentation as a previous positive reactor
  • ​Proof of Rubella and Rubeola immunity by positive antibody titers or 2 doses of MMR
  • ​Varicella immunity, by positive history of chickenpox or proof of Varicella immunization
  • Proof of Hepatitis B immunization or declination of vaccine, if patient contact is anticipated.
  • Proof of Influenza vaccination during the Flu season, (10/01 to 03/31defined by CDC ), or a signed Declination Form.

  • Basic Life Support Card/ CPR card
  • On first day of class have First assignment complete—Please see Syllabus
  • Get copy of Syllabus, Get copy of Grievance policy​ and Class book handed out

Alaska CNA students graduate fully prepared to begin their careers as Certified Nursing Assistants in hospitals, assisted living and local clinics. But in order to achieve this readiness, a standard of expectations need to be met to ensure that each candidate is set up to succeed.