RN to BSN Application Process

We are currently accepting RN to BSN applications for Summer and Fall 2018.   Please direct any questions regarding this process to Ms. Rose Schlosser, M.Ed. at rschlosser@uca.edu.  We look forward to reviewing your application.

Application Process

Effective January 5th, 2018 we are utilizing a new streamlined online application process. There is no nursing application fee. Please see following link.  2018 RN to BSN Online Application

If you have already completed a paper application we will accept that in lieu of the online application.

  1. International applicants whose native language is not English must demonstrate proficiency in the English language by submitting official TOEFL scores (required minimum of 83 or higher on the iBT). The exam must have been taken within the last two (2) calendar years. Scores should be sent directly to the UCA School of Nursing (attention Rose Schlosser).
  2. Following a review of the completed application file, the School of Nursing Under Graduate Admissions Committee will offer admission to selected applicants.
  3. Applicants must also apply and be admitted to UCA Online.  www.uca.edu/online/
  4. There is no application fee.

Enrollment Requirements: Once accepted, candidates must complete the following before enrolling in courses:

  1. Complete a background check, as directed by the School of Nursing, with favorable results.
  2. Provide proof of required immunizations.
  3. Provide proof of health insurance coverage.
  4. Review orientation resources in BlackBoard Community (RN to BSN Orientation Resources).  See UCA Homepage for link to BlackBoard.

If any of the above requirements are not satisfied, admission to the program may be rescinded

Please direct questions about program/application requirements to:

Ms. Rose Schlosser, M.Ed

School of Nursing

University of Central Arkansas

201 Donaghey Avenue

 Conway, AR 72035-0001





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