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:
Abilene Christian University
Ready to enroll? Please call 855-219-7300 or complete this form.
Baldwin Wallace University
Our ABSN program is a 15-month, in-person program that prepares our students for a successful career in nursing. This full-time program is specifically designed for students who have earned a bachelor’s degree and are interested in earning their BSN. The ABSN program includes classroom, skills lab, and clinical experiences. Located near Cleveland, OH, our students gain comprehensive clinical experiences through local, renowned healthcare facilities, such as the Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals.
Ready to apply for our ABSN program? Check out our ABSN admission page for application requirements. Priority consideration will be given to candidates who apply by January 15, 2022. Want to learn more about our ABSN program? Register for one of our virtual or on-campus visit opportunities. To learn more, check out our ABSN visit page.
Contact Lauryn Rosinski, admission counselor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 440-826-2915 for any questions!
We offer a classroom-based, 12-month, intensive nursing program with over 750 hours of clinical experience. Get a great job quickly thanks to eager employers and our outstanding reputation. Small class sizes and specialty clinical experiences in critical care, trauma, ER, mother-baby, pediatrics, community public health, psychiatric mental health, and nursing leadership/management set Bellarmine nurses apart.
California State University, East Bay
The program offers high-quality, accessible, online graduate education over four semesters as well as annual two-day campus immersion meetings that give critical support for student success. Graduates in Nursing Education will be well-equipped to work as educators in clinical or academic settings. Graduates in the Leadership & Administration Concentration will be prepared for mid-level management and leadership positions in a variety of healthcare settings.
Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science
List of required prerequisite courses:
The Master’s Entry to Nursing Practice (MENP) degree is for those who have a bachelor’s degree in any field other than nursing and want to enter the nursing profession as a Registered Nurse (RN). This program is offered at DePaul’s Lincoln Park campus and the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine campus in North Chicago.
DNP program (for BSN or MSN-prepared RNs)
DePaul’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program will give you the leadership, business, and research skills you need to work effectively with advanced health care providers, administrators, and researchers. The DNP tracks include: Adult-Gerontological Nurse Practitioner and Family Nurse Practitioner.
MS in Nursing (for ADN or BSN-prepared RNs)
If you’re a registered nurse, DePaul’s MS in Nursing program will help you develop the skills and credentials you need to become a nurse administrator, nurse educator, family nurse practitioner, or adult-gerontology nurse practitioner. The program can be completed 100% online with clinical placements in your state of residence (some states excluded- email email@example.com for more information).
We are currently enrolling for May 2022:
*Receive an offer of acceptance and deposit by December 1, 2021 to enter for a chance to win one of five $500 gift cards to put towards your books at our campus store!
DeSales Nursing has a long history of delivering high-quality nursing education.
Whether you have always dreamed of becoming a nurse or you are taking a leap to change careers, Edgewood College is ready to support your goals. If you already have your bachelor’s degree, our Post-Baccalaureate Accelerated Nursing Program will fast-track your education to complete your BSN in just 11 months!
This intensive, hands-on program equips students to be capable and self-sufficient nurses. Your education will be founded on theory and applied in an array of experiential learning settings. With one of the best clinical student to faculty ratios in the nation, at 7:1, and clinical experiences at highly respected regional hospitals, the learning experience at Edgewood College in Madison, WI is exceptional. Earn your BSN from our engaging and missioned focused program located in a remarkable city. Madison is continually ranked one of the top places to live in the country!
To learn more, please contact Rachel Icke at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!
Ferris State University
Holy Family University
We also offer Post Graduate Certificates available in Nurse Education and Nurse Administration! Obtaining first your MSN then going right into the MSN to DNP is another option providing a short break between programs. Read more from one of our alumni Bryan Hill. Look at our website for future information sessions!
MGH Institute of Health Professions
Our intensive curriculums build upon the skills and knowledge that you have accomplished in other degrees and careers and prepare you to become a nurse or nurse practitioner. Our programs are designed specifically for college graduates with no prior nursing experience. Throughout the 16-month curriculum in the ABSN program and the 32-month curriculum of the DEN program, you will learn the essential skills and knowledge to deliver outstanding patient care as well as to advance the profession of nursing. There is a 1:6 clinical faculty-to-student ratio, giving students personalized attention from excellent clinicians in prime clinical settings. We hope you consider applying to the MGH Institute of Health Professions and become a member of an interprofessional health care team preparing to improve the quality of health care and patient outcomes.
Submit your application today! Please visit our Apply Page for specific application information, requirements, and links to the appropriate NursingCAS cycle. Please contact the Office of Admissions (email@example.com) with any questions. We look forward to receiving your NursingCAS application!
Manchester University, Fort Wayne
The application deadline is April 1, however, the admissions committee reviews applications on a rolling basis until the class is filled. If you are interested in the Fall 2022 program, submit your application as soon as possible to be considered for a seat in the class for Fall 2022! For more information, visit our website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Medical University of South Carolina
Mercy College of Health Sciences
Missouri State University
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 2022 will open in December 2021.
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.
For questions and assistance on any of our programs, please contact email@example.com. We are here to help!
As a small liberal arts university, we offer students a high-quality personalized education experience. We accept transfer students who can complete prerequisite courses prior to program entry. In addition to our traditional pre-licensure students, we offer a track for LPNs who want to pursue their BSN. Please visit Pfeiffer University on NursingCAS for details about our program.
Roseman University of Health Sciences
Master of Science in Nursing
Doctor of Philosophy – available to both BSN, MSN-prepared nurses, and non-nurses who hold a graduate degree in a health-related field to apply
Doctor of Nursing Practice – available to both BSN and MSN-prepared nurses
*certificate option available
Post-Master’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
Questions? Contact the Rush University College of Nursing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Located in the Heart of the Texas Hill Country, the Schreiner University Nursing Program provides excellent learning opportunities for its students. Accredited by the CCNE for 30 students, we provide a customized nursing experience. All of our faculty are Doctorally prepared nurses, teaching in their area of expertise. Our students have exclusive access to Peterson Regional Medical Center and Hill Country Memorial Hospital for various clinical rotations, in addition to multiple healthcare facilities in the surrounding area. Students travel to San Antonio Children’s Hospital and University Hospital for pediatric and intensive care rotations. We have had four consecutive years of 100% NCLEX pass rate and a 97% employment rate prior to graduation. You will achieve more at Schreiner University.
Interviews and Rolling Admission Cycles will begin in January 2022. The deadline for submission of application and other required paperwork to the Schreiner University BSN program is April 15, 2022, for consideration of admission in the Fall semester. Applicants may contact the office of the Nursing Department at 830-792-7481 if they require assistance or visit the Schreiner Nursing webpage.
Tennessee Wesleyan University
RN-BSN: The affordable online program can be completed in as little as 1 year. Since you’re already working as an RN the program is tailored to you, with flexible, manageable course schedules. Earn your Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) fully online through TWU Fort Sanders Nursing Department RN-BSN degree.
MSN: The education track prepares students to work as nurse educators and faculty who develop an enriching and equitable curriculum. The administration track gives students the knowledge and skills necessary to provide effective leadership as a hospital administrator or executive. For those already holding an MSN degree, TWU also offers each track as a post-master’s certification (13 credit hours).
If you have any questions, please contact Ashley West, Associate Director of Allied Health Admission at email@example.com or 423-746-3241.
Texas A&M University – Texarkana
Texas A&M University-Texarkana is a comprehensive regional university committed to Academic Excellence, Student Success, and Community Leadership. As a member of The Texas A&M University System, one of the largest and most distinguished higher education systems in the nation, we provide students with an affordable educational experience and a world-class degree in a family atmosphere known as a “community” of higher education. Our nursing program graduates are accountable and knowledgeable leaders in the rapidly changing healthcare system, contributing to and strengthening nursing as a profession.
A&M-Texarkana is uniquely positioned to serve a four-state area. The Texarkana metropolitan area is located only one hour from Shreveport, LA, two hours from Little Rock, AR, and a little less than three hours away from Dallas, TX. No matter where you’re coming from, A&M-Texarkana is the perfect location to complete a four-year degree. Students can experience the best of both university worlds at A&M-Texarkana, finding resources characteristic of a large university with the personalized attention of a small college.
How do you apply?
Step 1. Submit an application for admission to Texas A&M University-Texarkana via the link of the Admissions webpage.
Step 2. Submit an application to the nursing program by the deadlines listed above. The online application verification process takes up to two weeks. All applications and all required documents must be submitted 4 weeks before the program deadline.
Our Hendersonville (Nashville, TN) and Germantown (Memphis, TN) campuses have available spots in the cohorts beginning in Spring 2022! We admit applicants who have already earned a bachelor’s degree, and applicants who are over the age of 24 who do not hold a bachelor’s degree. Take a look at our admissions criteria and prerequisites requirements on our website!
We operate on a rolling admission process, as soon as you complete the application and we see that you meet the admission criteria, we can offer you acceptance into the program. Apply today until December 15, 2021 (application deadline) so that you can realize your dream of being a BSN!
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Do you have questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 501-686-5224. We look forward to assisting you on your nursing educational journey!
University of Cincinnati
DEADLINES—Programs close before deadlines once capacity is reached.
*CINCINNATI AREA RESIDENTS for MSN & Post-MSN Family NP and MSN AGPC NP: Select the *Cincinnati Metro Application*. Residents of all other areas select the *Distance Learner* application. Metro Area Counties:
Contact email@example.com for additional information.
University of Evansville
University of Evansville accepts applicants who meet the following required standards directly into the University of Evansville Bachelor of Science in Nursing program:
Seats are still open for Fall 2022. Highlights of your experience include:
University of Miami
University of Missouri – Columbia
The University of Missouri Sinclair School of Nursing is a land grant university centrally located in mid-Missouri with a long history of serving rural and underserved populations. We accept students from across the country to our online DNP, MS(N), or post-graduate certificate programs. We are CCNE accredited, require limited on-campus visits, and charge in-state tuition to all students making completion of your degree affordable and convenient. Our next admission cycle is summer/fall except for Graduate Certificate who starts in the Fall only. For more information on becoming a MIZZOU Nurse, visit our website or contact Dr. Miriam Butler (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Esther Ellis (email@example.com) or Leslie McPeak 573-882-0200 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Hear more about our program from one of our students.
The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program will prepare you as an advanced practice nurse and confident leader in the nursing field. In this master’s in nursing program, you’ll seek to transform the health of your community through reflection and healing interaction with individuals and organizations.
Request information today!
*Nurses who hold a bachelor’s or master’s degree are eligible to apply. We also encourage non-nurses who hold a graduate degree in a health-related field to apply.
Missouri State University
Post-Master’s Adult Gerontology-Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AGACNP)
Post-Master’s Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP)
In addition, the Psych Mental Health Nurse Practitioner program is being offered as a new BSN to DNP track beginning Fall 2021. For more information, please contact Sharon Mailey PhD, RN, Director, School of Nursing, Shepherd University at 304-876-5344 or email@example.com. Please visit our website for more information on our Doctor of Nursing Practice program.
University of Cincinnati
The need for public health nurse leaders is expected to grow significantly in the coming decade due to the increasing frequency of natural and environmental disasters and public health emergencies, climate change, an aging population, and growing concerns about health disparities and social justice issues. COVID-19 has revealed deep gaps within an already fragmented U.S. health care system, heightening the need for team-based care, infection control, person-centered care, and other skills that capitalize on the strengths of nurses.
The DNP in Public Health Nursing prepares nurses to apply knowledge, skills, and abilities to respond to these events using evidence from research to design, implement, and evaluate population-based interventions and to lead efforts to advance public health initiatives at the local, state, tribal, federal and global levels. This program has Advanced Public Health Nursing and Occupational Health Nursing tracks (both tracks use the same application).
REQUIREMENTS: No RN experience required!
Questions? Contact Bobby.Rue@uc.edu.
NursingCAS Customer Service
For application-related questions, contact NursingCAS Customer Service by chat via the icon in the lower right corner of your NursingCAS application, by phone at 617-612-2880, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hours of operation are Monday – Friday, 9 AM – 5 PM ET. For the quickest response, contact Customer Service by chat. Customer Service typically provides responses to emails within two business days; however, response times can take up to three business days during peak times. Be sure to have your CAS ID number (located under your name in the upper-right corner of the application) when contacting NursingCAS.
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