Admission to the TBSN Track

Early Admission for High School Students

High school students and college freshmen may apply for Early Admission using the Early Admission application on the College website. The application must include official transcripts and/or scores. The requirements for early admission of a high school student include 1) American College Testing (ACT) Composite score of > 22 and 3.0 High School GPA, or 2) may apply during their senior year of high school or first year of college. High school students who have a 22 ACT and 3.0 high school GPA or a 21 ACT Composite score of 21 and 3.2 High School.

Transfer Students

Applications are made using NursingCAS (portal.nursingcas.org). The application must include official transcripts from each College the student has attended. Applications will be open September 1 through December 31. Admission decisions are made beginning November 1st and will continue on a rolling basis until the class is filled. For questions related to the NursingCAS application, please contact NursingCAS support directly by phone at (617) 612-2880 Monday–Friday 9am–5pm Eastern or by email at nursingcasinfo@nursingcas.org.

In order to enter the TBSN program, all admitted students must achieve 1) 3.0 cumulative college GPA or 2) a 2.8 cumulative college GPA with a B- or better in Anatomy & Physiology, and 3) and complete pre-requisites with a grade of C or better. All transcripts must be received showing credits earned by June 15th.

Transfer Students with Nursing Credits

Transfer students who have nursing credit from another college or university must follow the admission process for Transfer Students and submit a letter to the Director of Admission from the Dean, Chair, or Director of the nursing program attended indicating that the student is 1) in good standing and eligible to return, or 2) an explanation of why the student is not eligible to return.

Admission to the ABSN Track

Prospective students who have earned a baccalaureate degree, in a field other than nursing, from a regionally accredited college or university are eligible for admission to the ABSN track. Applications are made using NursingCAS. The application must include official transcripts from each college or university the student has attended. Applications will be open September 1 through April 1. Admission decisions are made beginning November 1 and will continue on a rolling basis until the class is filled. For questions related to the NursingCAS application, please contact NursingCAS support directly by phone at (617) 612-2880 Monday–Friday 9am–5pm Eastern or by email at nursingcasinfo@nursingcas.org.

In order to enter the ABSN program, all admitted students must achieve 1) 3.0 cumulative college GPA or 2) a 2.8 cumulative college GPA with a B- or better in Anatomy & Physiology, and 3) and complete pre-requisites with a grade of C or better. Unofficial transcripts must be received by December 31 for initial review. Official transcripts must be received showing credits earned by January 15.

ABSN Applicants with Nursing Credits

Applicants who have nursing credit from another college or university must follow the admission process for ABSN Applicants and submit a letter to the Director of Admission from the Dean, Chair, or Director of the nursing program attended indicating that the student is 1) in good standing and eligible to return, or 2) an explanation of why the student is not eligible to return.