Bryan College of Health Sciences and Central Community College (CCC) have formally signed a new dual admission agreement. The agreement will allow students from Central Community College to seamlessly enroll at Bryan to finish their four-year degree.

Students applying for and accepted under the dual admissions process will be admitted to both colleges upon acceptance into a science or health professions program at Central Community College. Students at CCC desiring dual admissions must apply for dual admissions status by the completion of their first year of enrollment at CCC. The agreement takes effect immediately with the start of the 2019-20 academic year.

“With Grand Island Regional Hospital nearly complete, and in partnership with Bryan Health, we wanted to support the educational needs of trained healthcare professionals in the Grand Island community,” said Dr. Kelsi Anderson, Provost, Bryan College of Health Sciences.

In addition to Bryan, CCC has collaborated with several four-year nursing programs throughout Nebraska that allows all credits to be transferred from the ADN program into a BSN program.

For more information, students may visit or contact Bryan College of Health Sciences directly at 402-481-8863.

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