How to Apply

HOW TO APPLY

 

Florida State University College of Nursing utilizes a holistic admissions process that assesses an applicant’s unique experiences alongside traditional measures of academic achievement.  Community service, essay and interview components are assessed along with grade point average.  This approach allows us to use multiple sources of information to get the fullest picture of each applicant’s potential and helps ensure the potential for success both in school and later as a professional.  The entire application packet is evaluated by the Undergraduate Admissions Committee which is composed of faculty from the undergraduate program.

 

 
1. APPLY TO FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

Current FSU Students are not required to reapply to FSU. 
Applicants who have not taken courses at FSU for three (3) consecutive semesters will be required to reapply to the University.

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New students must apply for general admission to FSU Undergraduate Admissions office at least two to three months before you plan to apply to the College of Nursing. 

University applications received after December 1st will not be considered for Fall admissions.

University applications received after April 15th will not be considered for Spring admissions.

* You do not have to be accepted to the University to apply to the College of Nursing at FSU

 

 

2. APPLY TO THE COLLEGE OF NURSING

This application requires a university identification number to apply. All students receive their identification number after applying to the university.

 

Applications are not currently being accepted.

 

Applications are accepted January 3rd through January 23rd (Fall Admission). 

Applications are accepted May 16th through June 3rd (Spring Admission). 

 While we receive many qualified applications, all candidates are required to have a minimum overall GPA of 3.4 and science GPA of 3.0. In addition, all prerequisite courses need a grade of B- or better (See BSN Program Prerequisite sheet.) 

* Transfer students must complete the University admission application by December 1st (Fall Admission) / April 15th (Spring Admission) in order to be considered for admission. Failure to follow these steps will result in your application not be considered for admission.

 

 

 

 3. COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT APPLICATION

 

Applications are not currently being accepted.

 

Applications are accepted January 3rd through January 23rd (Fall Admission). 

Applications are accepted May 16th through June 3rd (Spring Admission). 

Applicants must submit both the Community Engagement Application and the College of Nursing BSN Application. Both must be completed to be considered for admission.

 

 4. PERSONAL ESSAY STATEMENT

Upload a typed essay using 12-point font, New Times Roman, and no more than 500-words double space to the electronic BSN application answering the following:

1)    Describe one of the biggest healthcare challenges facing the world today. 

2)    What are your professional goals for your nursing career and why are these goals important to you?  

 

 

5. TRANSCRIPTS

Official transcripts must be sent to the FSU Admissions Office.
•Current FSU students do not have to send transcripts
•Remember send final transcripts of final grades
•Students are responsible for checking your MyFSU account for updates to your Admissions application. 
Late materials will not be accepted.

 

 6. INTERVIEWS

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the date and details regarding admission interviews will be published at a later date. All applicants will be notified of the decision via email.

 
7. DECISIONS

Please note that admissions decisions will not be made until after the application cycle ends. This process may take up to 6 to 8 weeks.  You can expect to receive an email confirming or denying your acceptance into the program.  

 

 

For details on prerequisite and eligibility requirements, please refer to the Additional Information section on Advising. 

 

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