Westchester Community College opened in 1953 and is located in Valhalla, NY. They offer an ACEN accredited ADN program. Graduates from their program are guaranteed admission to a SUNY four-year campus to complete their BSN if they so desire. Applicants are required to take the TEAS exam, a determinant of admission to the nursing program. The TEAS exam is a 3.5 hour long examination in math, English, reading, and science. During the first three semesters at WCC students will have three days of program commitments every week, consisting of 1 day of class, 1 day of clinical, and 1 day of lab. During the last semester students will have a 4-day school week, consisting of 2 days of class and 2 days of clinical.

WCC does not offer an evening-only option, but does have evening clinical options. Advanced placement is available for LPNs. WCC enrolls students annually in the fall. Westchester Community College also has a daycare center on-site, the Virginia Marx Children’s Center provides care for preschool children of both staff and students.