Transfer and Continuing Information:
Transfer students may apply to the program. The program is a full-time, four year program regardless of progression in other programs. Transfer credits will be evaluated under our usual transfer credit procedures. Some program-specific courses may not transfer.
The following requirements (for college transfers and continuing students) must be met in order for a student to be accepted into the nursing major:
The following requirements must be met in order for a student to be accepted into the nursing major:
- Minimum Cumulative GPA 2.75. Note: cumulative GPA includes coursework from all institutions attended, regardless of attendance date
- Minimum SAT 950*
- Minimum ACT 20 *
- Compass Test*
*If SAT/ACT scores are unavailable, the Compass Test may be required
- Chemistry: One year of chemistry (or equivalent) with a grade of C or better.
- Algebra II: Completion of algebra II (or equivalent) with a grade of C or better.
- All nursing candidates are required to complete a 1-page personal statement and submit 2 letters of recommendation (minimum)
Students who have completed similar college courses at another institution may contact Admissions to confirm eligibility. Email email@example.com or phone (808) 739-8340.
Non-traditional and continuing students: Have you been out of school for many years? You will need to fulfill transfer academic requirements. If you have questions, please contact Admissions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (808) 739-8340.
Less than 24 college credits? Please see the information in the sidebar.
Prepare to apply
Read the details of the Application Procedure.
11/15/2014, 9:00 A.M.
Meet at the Clarence T.C. Ching Conference Center
Transfer students may be required to submit additional high school documents or tests to confirm eligibility.
If a student has less than 24 college level credits completed at the time of application, they will be required to submit:
- High school transcripts
- Test scores
- SAT/ACT (must meet freshman test score requirements)
- Compass Test (as determined by Admissions)
High School transcripts may also be requested to determine an applicantís course history (in the event algebra or chemistry are not present on a college transcript)
Note: High school documents and test scores are evaluated along with a studentís college history.