Admission to the Nursing Program is competitive. Applicants must receive passing scores on the Nursing Admission Exams in order to be eligible for consideration.
Admission tests are scheduled by the Testing Center after the nursing application has been processed.
Prior test scores may be used if taken within one calendar year of the application.
Admission tests may only be taken one time in the last six months regardless of where the exams were taken.
To achieve the required minimum subject scores on the TEAS, the current test and the previous test may be used. However, the composite score from the current test will be used for admission points.
Applicants must disclose all TEAS attempts (dates/locations). Failure to accurately disclose TEAS test attempts will disqualify the applicant from this admission cycle. Ten points are subtracted from the admission score if the TEAS has been taken more than twice.
If you need accommodations for testing, contact Disability Support Services
Health & Science Building, 2nd floor
Bev Ylen, Program Coordinator
Leszek Cromwell, Education Planner