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The NursingCAS Applicant Newsletter is a monthly newsletter intended to keep you informed about programs with available space, deadline extensions, and new programs added to NursingCAS. The newsletter will feature:

  • Open Seats: One of the benefits of NursingCAS is to provide notifications to applicants about programs that have available space. Review the listing below to determine if you would like to apply to one of these programs.
  • Deadline Extensions: Programs often extend their deadlines in order to allow applicants more time to complete the admissions process. Review the list below to see if any programs you are interested in have extended their deadline.
  • New Programs: New programs are added to NursingCAS on a continual basis. Discover and learn about new program offerings available to you by reviewing the listings below.

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Johns Hopkins University
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing’s local to global mission means we partner with people in Baltimore and around the world to improve health. As the No. 1 ranked graduate school in the nation, we serve as leaders both in the acute setting and in the community to improve health equity and advocate for people, their families, and entire populations. We hope you’ll consider becoming a Hopkins nurse.

Still Accepting Spring 2023 Applications for the Following Program:

Questions? Contact the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Office of Admissions at 410-955-7548 or

Missouri State University
Already an RN? Complete your RN to BSN online. There is still time to apply and start in October! Email our BSN-C Coordinator to get your transcripts evaluated.

  • Flexible, with 5 start times and 8-week blocks
  • Affordable with competitive tuition rates and transfer scholarships available
  • Seamless transfer process

Looking for a four-year BSN program? Students in our BSN program can have a traditional university experience while completing an exceptional clinical program. Our program is selective, but student-centered, allowing you to receive more one-on-one attention from faculty members who help students make professional connections that will last long after graduation. The application for Fall 2023 will open December 1, 2022.

Advance your career and knowledge with a graduate degree. Get your Master of Science in Nursing with an option in either:

Take your nursing practice career to the next level.

  • BSN-DNP students prepare for entry-level primary care practice as family nurse practitioners.
  • Post-Master’s DNP students learn how to improve patient outcomes and reduce health disparities as a leader in health care.
  • Post-Master’s graduate certificates are also available.

For questions and assistance on any of our programs, please contact We are here to help!

Roseman University


9-month |100% online | 2 starts per year

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

Accelerated hybrid & on-campus options | 4 start dates per year: February, June, August, & October | Early experiential learning- learn by engaging with clinicals early in the program.

Master of Science in Nursing/Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN/FNP)

23-month full-time asynchronous online program | 2 start dates per year: January & July | Earn as you learn.


23-month full-time program | 100% online | 2 start dates per year: January & July | Earn as you learn.

For more information, visit our website.

Innovative Education Meets Real-World Care

Texas A&M University – Texarkana
Apply now for our BSN programs!

The BSN Traditional Track spring 2023 deadline to apply is 10:59 p.m. October 15, 2022.

The ADN to BSN program spring 2023 deadline is 10:59 p.m. January 5, 2023.

Texas A&M University-Texarkana is uniquely positioned to serve a four-state area: only one hour from Shreveport, LA, two hours from Little Rock, AR, and three hours away from Dallas, TX. No matter where you’re coming from, A&M-Texarkana is the perfect location to complete your four-year degree. We are ranked 3rd best BSN program out of 127 programs in the state of Texas by Incredible Health and in the top ten affordable nursing programs by Best Value Schools.

Benefits of Texas A&M University-Texarkana:

  • Quality Nursing Education
  • Highly qualified faculty (academically and experientially)
  • Low faculty-to-student ratio
  • Individualized attention
  • Focus on student success through academic coaching, peer tutoring, writing center, faculty office hours (face-to-face or virtual)
  • A firm educational foundation for pursuing graduate-level nursing education (Administration, Nurse Practitioner, Nursing Education)
  • A state-of-the-art simulation hospital, skills lab and assessment lab
  • 100% student pass rate for the NCLEX exam for the last 3 years and our students have 100% job placement prior to when they graduate from our program

For a list of nursing program admission requirements, prerequisites, or more details, visit our website or email Kristie Avery, Admissions Coordinator.


The University of Tennessee Health Science Center
The application deadline for the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) in Nurse Anesthesia program has been extended to September 30.

Minimum admissions requirements to the (DNP-Nurse Anesthesiology) include:

  • BSN degree
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higheror3.2 earned during applicant’s most recently completed degree program
  • Full-time critical care nursing experience
    • ex. ICU, TICU, MICU, etc.
  • a minimum of one year of recent experience within the past two years
  • GRE – within five years of application
    • GRE Test Code is 1850
  • Unencumbered RN or APRN licensure
  • Certifications
    • ACLS
    • BLS/BCLS
    • PALS
    • CCRN

The complete list of the minimum admissions requirements can be found here. These requirements are subject to change without notice.

The next DNP-Nurse Anesthesia cohort will be enrolled in Summer 2023. Interviews will begin in Fall 2022. Please check our website to review application instructions, and this page to review important dates.

Additionally, if you have ANY problems with the application process, please feel free to contact Mr. Charlie Folsom, Jr. at or 901-448-3543.


Helene Fuld College of Nursing
Helene Fuld College of Nursing will be having its first ever Winter Start Term for the Generic Bachelor of Science Program. Applications are now available on NursingCAS for the January 2023 GBS start term. Generic Bachelor of Science Program allows students to receive their BSN within 28 months! If you are interested in receiving Bachelor of Science in Nursing, apply now!

HFCN has also updated the January 2023 LPN to RN application deadline to August 12th, 2022. If you have not submitted your application for the January 2023 AAS start term, do so today! Please feel free to contact the HFCN Admissions Department with any questions by emailing or calling 212-616-7274.

Oregon Health and Science University
OHSU School of Nursing has expanded the online Master’s in Nursing Education (MNE) program and now offers the option to start term in winter term! We are currently accepting applications to start in January 2023.

The MNE program is designed for bachelor’s-prepared nurses who are interested in pursuing a career as either faculty in a school of nursing or staff educator in a health care organization.

Learn how to apply here and find admissions requirements here.

Palm Beach Atlantic University
Palm Beach Atlantic University School of Nursing announces the addition of an upper-level track BSN program at our Orlando Campus. The program complements the University’s current nursing degree offerings and responds to the demand for baccalaureate-prepared nurses to provide better patient outcomes and reduce the total cost of care.

The Orlando campus upper level track BSN program is a traditional 16-week daytime format. This program will allow students who have already taken their science requirements to enter into upper level nursing courses and complete the program in about two and half years. Our BSN program offers students a holistic approach to the nursing profession and where you’ll have abundant opportunities to apply what you learn in local hospitals, clinics and community outreach programs.

Applicant transcripts will be reviewed for transfer credits and an initial degree plan developed. Although an AA degree or prior bachelor’s degree is preferred, it is not a requirement. With our BSN/MSN dual enrollment option, students can complete up to two graduate level courses that will be applied toward completion of our MSN. With this greater efficiency, students can lower the overall cost of earning both degrees. Pursing a graduate degree in nursing broadens opportunities in clinical or administrative settings.

For more information on the Orlando BSN program visit our website or contact our Orlando Campus Admissions Counselor, Martha Christlieb, at