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Admission Steps

Prospective students must apply and be accepted by the College before making application to the ASNP. Acceptance to the College does not guarantee acceptance into the ASNP. Documents must be on file with the Office of the Registrar prior to the ASNP application deadline or the application will not be considered.

The ASNP may not be able to accept individuals with a misdemeanor or felony history within seven (7) years. If greater than seven (7) years, graduation from the ASNP does not result in approval to sit for the NCLEX-RN examination. Inquiries related to approval to sit for the NCLEX-RN examination are directed to the state board of nursing where the individual plans to register for licensure.

  1. Apply to the College
  2. Send high school transcripts, GED, or HSE to the College
  3. Send official college transcripts to the College National Student Clearing House

Traditional Admission

The deadline for fall candidacy is February 15, and spring candidacy is September 15.

The ASNP attempts to accept forty (40) applicants each fall and spring semester, dependent on clinical placement. Given the competitive nature of the program, acceptance is determined on the highest points accrued, see ASNP Admission Score Sheet, with the GPA serving as a tiebreaker. There is not a wait list; students not accepted will need to reapply.

All applicants must possess a current CNA certification. The ASNP requires 73 credits; 40 non-nursing and 33 nursing, see Traditional ASNP Academic Plan. Pre-requisites must be completed prior to application, whereas co-requisites may be completed prior to or during the identified semester; all non-nursing and nursing courses must be completed with a "C" or better. Math and all science courses must be completed within the last five (5) years. The ASNP Application, Traditional Admission Score Sheet, and identified documents on the Traditional Admission Score Sheet, must be submitted at the time of application or the application will not be considered.

  1. Complete and submit ASNP Application
  2. Complete and submit Traditional ASNP Admission Score Sheet
  3. Submit all requirements to the HSHS office

Transfer from Practical Nursing Program

The deadline for fall candidacy is April 15th, and spring candidacy is November 15.

The ASNP attempts to accept ten (10) applicants each fall and spring semester, dependent on clinical placement. Given the competitive nature of the program, acceptance is determined on the highest points accrued (see LPN to ASNP Admission Score Sheet), with the GPA serving as a tie breaker. There is not a wait list; students not accepted will need to reapply.

All applicants must possess a current LPN license. The LPN to ASNP requires 65 credits; 40 non-nursing and 25 nursing, see LPN to ASNP Academic Plan. Pre-requisites must be completed prior to application, whereas co-requisites may be completed prior to or during the identified semester; all non-nursing and nursing courses must be completed with a "C" or better. Math and all science courses must be completed within the last five (5) years. The ASNP Application, LPN to ASNP Admission Score Sheet, and identified documents on the LPN to ASNP Admission Score Sheet, must be submitted at the time of application or the application will not be considered.

  1. Complete and submit ASNP Application
  2. Complete and submit LPN to ASNP Admission Score Sheet
  3. Submit all requirements to HSHS office

Post-Acceptance Steps

All students offered a seat in the ASNP must be able to meet the ASNP Required Skills & Abilities at the time of application and throughout the duration in the ASNP and complete all admission requirements identified in the ASNP Requirements & Estimated Costs within one week of the semester. Failure to comply with the requirement deadline will result in a forfeit of the offered seat. All students admitted into the ASNP are required to adhere to the current ASNP Student Handbook.