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  1. Screening must be completed on entry for all staff and participants. Those who have any of the following characteristics should NOT be allowed to enter:
  • Have returned from travel to NY, NJ, CT, New Orleans area, or overseas within the last 14 days;
  • Have had a fever of 100.4°F or greater in the last 2 days;
  • Have a cough, difficulty breathing, sore throat, or loss of taste or smell;
  • Had contact with a person known to be infected with COVID-19 within the previous 14 days;
  • Have compromised immune systems and/or have chronic diseases.


In addition, staff and visitors must have their temperature checked by digital thermometer prior to entry. No one with a temperature greater than 100.4⁰ F will be allowed entrance.


  1. Staff are strongly encouraged wear a face covering or mask at all times. Patrons are strongly encouraged to wear a face covering except when actively exercising.


III.   NO use of showers at this time. Locker rooms are to be used only for storage of personal items. Maintain physical distancing while in locker rooms.


  1. Hand sanitizer is available throughout the facility.


  1. Staff should ensure that all exercise machines or equipment are sanitized after each usage (via wipe-down with disposable disinfectant wipes, Lysol or the equivalent; use according to product instructions).


  1. Maintain proper spacing from others by working out with 12 feet between each person. This may require closing or moving some equipment.


VII. Avoid personal contact at all times, including hand shaking.


VIII. Individual training sessions, indoor group fitness classes, and workouts requiring a partner must maintain 12 foot spacing between each person at this time.


  1. Hours of operation for the Briggs/Sebaugh Wellness Center will be:

        Monday – Friday, 7:00 am – 6:00 pm

        Saturday, 8:00 am – Noon

        Sunday, CLOSED

Students are required to complete the eLearning Orientation prior to enrolling in online courses.  If you have already completed the orientation in a previous semester you do not have to take it again.

 If you are enrolled in the current section of the orientation, access it under your My Courses quick link. 

To request enrollment in the free eLearning Orientation, email


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Announcement:  Arkansas Northeastern College

RN and LPN Program Selection Process for the new Fall 2020 Classes


Due to the COVID-19 crises the application process for both the RN and LPN Programs was extended to 5/30/2020 to ensure all qualified applicants had ample time to complete and submit their application and PAX testing results. However, the class selection process will be implemented in three phases beginning May 27, 2020. 

Phase 1:  Using the selection criteria for the RN and LPN Programs as outlined in their respective Information Guidelines (refer to links below), students will be ranked and letters of invitation for admission will be mailed out to qualified applicants who are in the top one third of the projected class size.

Estimated time for mailing of Phase 1 letters: May 27, 2020

Phase 2:  The remaining qualified applicants will be ranked again according to the selection criteria for each program and letters of invitation for admission or alternate status will be mailed to potentially complete the projected class size.

Estimated time for mailing of Phase 2 letters: June 10, 2020

Phase 3:  The remaining applicants must have submitted their application by May 30th and meet minimal ADN and/or PN admission criteria to include an official PAX score of 100 or greater for consideration.  Once individual student files are complete, the student will be ranked and selection determined by the number of seats available at the time of ranking.  Admission status letters will be mailed at that time.


RN Program Information Guidelines/Selection Criteria

LPN Program Information Guidelines/Selection Criteria


Students who have applied for both the ADN (RN) and PN (LPN) Programs will receive admission status letters from each program independently.  Students are asked to be patient as exact mailing dates from each program may be different.