Scheduling Nursing Advising Appointments
Advising in the Nursing Program is now done through scheduled appointments which are reserved online. Advising sessions will be limited to fifteen minutes, so we highly recommend that students gather as much information as possible through our website, and come prepared with specific questions and goals for their appointment.
To register for advising, students will need to go to the MyEvCC tab in the upper right of the EvCC webpage and log in with their SID. Then, select the My Appointments tab in the left-hand column, and click on Nursing Advising. You will need to watch the Nursing Program Information Video. Once the video is over, wait a few seconds and then on the last section a tab will appear for you to select that will take you to the Advising Planning Sheet. When making your appointment, do not use a MAC computer, Chrome Book, your phone, or Internet Explorer. A regular PC with Chrome works best.
Once you submit the Planning Sheet, you will have access to the Advising Schedule. To find an appointment, you will need to select a date range.
- The start date for the range cannot be today.
- The end date must come after the start date.
- The start and end date cannot be the same.
- Selecting "Reserve this Appointment" secures that appointment time.
- Once you have made an appointment, you will be given the option to cancel.
Appointments are posted month-to-month, so you will not be able to schedule further out than the end of the month. If no dates appear, there are no appointments left for this month. Feel free to check back regularly in case of cancellations. If you need to cancel an appointment, please do so as early as possible to open that availability to others. There is no waitlist at this time.
If you have any arrests or convictions in your background, please discuss this with your advisor to determine whether it could impact your ability to become a nurse.
It is mandatory for students to meet with an adviser at least once in order to apply to the Nursing Program.