International and Permanent Residency Visa Students

 
International Students --  (must hold an F-1 Visa) have different University Admission policies and timelines.  Course equivalency from colleges/universities outside of the U.S. will be determined by the University Admissions Office.  In some instances translated course descriptions will need to be provided to the School of Nursing, especially for science courses.  International Students are able to apply and be admitted to our Generic/Basic BSN program, if selected to enter the program. For Fall 2012 admission to our Traditional BSN program, we do not have any limitation on the number of International Students that we will admit to the program. Admission is based on earned points according to the Supplemental Admission Criteria or Points System.

Permanent  Residency Visa Students who are not U.S Citizens- follow regular University Admissions policies and timelines. Course equivalency from colleges/universities outside of the U.S. will be determined by the University Admissions Office. In some instances translated course descriptions will need to be provided to the School of Nursing, especially for science courses. Permanent Residency Visa Students are able to apply and be admitted to our Traditional BSN program, if selected to enter the program. We do not have any limitation on the number of Permanent Residency Visa Students that we will admit to the Nursing programs. Admission is based on earned points according to the Supplemental Admission Criteria or Points System.

Students must also get admitted to the University.