What we Expect from Students
Students are ultimately responsible for their academic progress. Students are expected to become familiar with their curriculum, plan their own course schedules and long term plans, and enroll themselves into their courses. An advisor is available to assist students with these tasks, as well as to respond to questions and concerns.
To schedule an advising appointment for more in-depth questions or concerns please use the online appointment system.
These 1-hour seminars are designed for students applying to the Traditional BSN program and provide information you'll need to know to apply for the upcoming semester.
Sessions are offered each semester prior to the December 1 and May 1 application deadlines. When available, dates and locations will be posted on this site as well as emailed to students who are coded “pre-nursing” major.
Admission Prerequisite Courses:
CEM 141: General Chemistry
ANTR 350: Anatomy
BS 161: Cells and Molecules
WRA 110-150: University Tier I Writing
MTH 103: College Algebra
Click here for additional information regarding the Traditional BSN Program.