BSN Deadlines & Dates

We look forward to helping you achieve your career goals. In order to apply, please check our program requirements to ensure you have completed a minimum of 40 of the 60 prerequisite hours required for all BSN programs. We use the Nursing Centralized Application Service (NCAS), which enables you to apply on-line and identify the schools where you want your information sent. Before beginning the NCAS application, we strongly recommend you download the Firefox web browser, as older web browsers may cause you difficulty. In order to submit your application for admission, you need to first create an account at Nursing CAS Once created, your account may be used to save, edit and submit applications.

Apply early. Please note that all transcripts and application materials should be received at NCAS by the closing date (1/15/2014). You should request your transcripts be mailed by your educational institutions early so you meet the application deadline. Also please note that NursingCAS is on eastern time and your application needs to be submitted before 12:00 AM on 1/16/2014.

Please check your application status on Nursing CAS to determine when it has been verified. It takes approximately four weeks from the date of application for UTMB to receive your application from Nursing CAS. As soon as we receive it, Enrollment Services will send the UTMB supplemental application via email. When the supplemental application is returned, we will then proceed to have our Admissions Committee review your application. Note: BSN applicants also need to ensure their TEAS scores are submitted directly to UTMB. Please refer to the Approximate Application Timeline under the Future Students menu on our website for more details regarding the application process.

Fall 2015 Admission - BSN Program and RN-BSN Program
NCAS applications accepted October 15, 2014 through December 31, 2014
Semester begins August 2015 - BSN (4 semesters) RN-BSN (2 or 3 semesters)

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