RN-to-BSN - Admissions Process


An RN License is required for admittance into this program. Students who are NCLEX eligible (as demonstrated by completion of a Registered Nurse program of study) are able to enroll into the RN-to-BSN program.  When this exception is applied, a student’s continuation in the RN-to-BSN program is based upon successfully passing the NCLEX and receiving notification of licensure no later than one 16-week term after starting the program.  Students must show evidence of immunizations including MMR, Flu, Tetanus, Hepatitis B or waiver, and PPD, as well as a recent physical examination and evidence of health insurance coverage.

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