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Whether you are just beginning to consider the right university or already have a focused plan and are ready to apply, the Office of Admissions and Student Services is available to help you. We welcome your email, phone calls and personal visits and look forward to talking with you!
If questions arise during the process, please contact the Office of Admissions.
Applications for the spring 2016 academic term are still being accepted for the following programs: Adult-Gero NP Primary Care (MSN, BSN-DNP) and Women's Health NP (MSN, BSN-DNP).
Submit early for optimal consideration
Make sure to give yourself time to complete your application. However, the earlier you submit for our programs, the better. We will accept applications beginning in September 2015. Decisions will be turned around a few weeks after your completed application is received. We strongly encourage you to submit your application during the fall months to ensure maximum consideration for a place in our class. Please complete an inquiry request form if you'd like to be notified when the application opens.
|Program||Deadline Date||Deadline Type|
|Post-Graduate Certificate||Dec. 1||Priority|
|Nurse Anesthesia DNP||Oct. 15||Early Decision|
|Specialty Certificates (Fall Start Only)||Aug. 1||Priority|
|Non-Degree||Fall, Spring, Summer||Rolling Admissions|
Applications must be complete in order to be considered by the Admissions Committee.
To apply for admission, interested students must complete the online application. Please visit How To Apply for instructions and specific program application requirements.
Each program has specific application material requirements that are necessary in order for an application to be regarded as complete.
Each program has specific admission requirements in addition to the application materials above.
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