Integrated Pathway to a B.S. in Nursing

Integrated Nursing Pathwaty Information Session: June 24, 11 am to noon


Step 1:  Join the Integrated Nursing Pathway Information Session on June 24, from 11:00 am to 12:00 noon

Step 2:  Connect to Audio

  • Connect using your computer audio or  you can call in using this phone number: 1-720-650-7664 United States Toll (Denver)
  • If prompted enter in the Access Code: 120 855 3574

Step 3: Being Successful

  • If you are having trouble with audio on your computer, try calling the phone number instead of connecting from your computer.



Dan Macy

INP Program Advisor

To make an advising appointment with INP program Advisor, call the Arvada Campus front desk at 303-914-6011 or if you are a Red Rocks student you can login to our Student Portal: The Rock and choose the Navigate Icon. At that point you can set up a Virtual Advising Appointment. You will be able to see my name and schedule.

Tina Armijo
Director of Nursing Programs


Information Session PowerPoint presentation

Red Rocks Community College and the University of Colorado’s College of Nursing offer a unique, integrated pathway to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. The Integrated Nursing Pathway (INP) program provides outstanding preparation for professional nursing practice. Designed to increase access for community college students to a it emphasizes the value of a diverse student population. This program serves to achieve excellence in practice that is reflective of the cultural diversity of health care recipients.

  • Students will learn, study, and support each other throughout the program as a cohort group.
  • Expert faculty and staff will be available to offer ongoing support and provide the best learning opportunities for successful completion.
  • Students will complete their first year in the Integrated Nursing program at the new, state-of-the-art Arvada Campus.
  • Students are required to successfully complete specific prerequisite courses in preparation for application to the Integrated Nursing Pathway program.
  • Students must maintain a grade point average of at least a 3.0 overall for the prerequisite coursework.
  • The minimum acceptable grade for prerequisite courses is a "C" (overall prerequisite GPA must be at least 3.0).
  • Overall 3.0 grade point average of 3.0 for all college coursework is strongly encouraged.
  • 15 students accepted each year. The program starts in the Fall semester.
  • Selection will be based on prerequisite GPA, personal statement on the application, statements from two references (one academic), interview, taking coursework at Colorado Community Colleges and Colorado residency at time of application.
  • Not open to students who have an RN, LPN, PSY Tech or any bachelor degree.

2018 cohort group photo

I.N.P. Student Handbook