Students are admitted into the nursing program once a year at the start of term each summer.
How to Apply
- All prospective nursing students must attend an Admissions Advising Session to receive an application.
- Deadline: September 30 for clinical nursing sequence that will begin the summer term of the following year.
Admittance into UST does not guarantee admittance into the School of Nursing.
The deadline to apply for admission to the summer 2014 entering nursing cohort has passed. Information on deadlines to apply for the summer 2015 entering cohort will be posted Feb. 1, 2014.
Nursing Admissions Advising Sessions
UST School of Nursing Admissions Advising Sessions are held periodically during the spring and summer to assist the prospective UST nursing student in the application process. All students must attend a session in order to receive an application to enter the UST School of Nursing.
For admission to the nursing cohort which starts in the summer 2015, students must attend a Nursing Admission Advising Session. Dates for the spring and summer 2014 Nursing Admission Advising Sessions will be posted Feb. 1, 2014.
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High-Performing High School Seniors
High-performing high school seniors interested in pursuing a nursing major will be reserved a space in the BSN Program upon acceptance into UST as freshmen. Criteria for this consideration include:
- Overall GPA of 3.5 or higher, based on a 4.0 scale
- Combined SAT math and verbal scores of 1250, 600 minimum in math
- Grade of B (80%) or higher in each math and science course taken in high school
- Minimum of 18 college preparatory courses including:
- 4 units of English
- 3 units of social science, including one unit of history
- 3 units of mathematics (algebra, geometry, trigonometry or calculus)
- 4 units of science (at least one biology and one chemistry, at least two courses with a lab component)
- 2 units of classical or modern language other than English
- 2 units of electives
High school students with a reserved space in the Nursing Program must maintain satisfactory completion of designated nursing prerequisite courses during their freshman and sophomore years at UST. These students will meet with a Nursing Advising Counselor once a semester to monitor their progress.