The College of Nursing and Undergraduate Admissions teams are here to help you throughout the application process. We hope the information below will help you. If you have additional questions, feel free to Contact Us to find out more about transferring to the program.
To apply for the Transfer/Post-Baccalaureate BSN program, applicants must submit a completed transfer application and submit all official transcripts by the December 1 deadline.
Applicants apply to the Transfer BSN Program using the Seattle University Transfer Application. There is not a separate application to the BSN program.
Students are admitted once a year, for the fall quarter.
Eligible applicants are limited to a maximum of two repeated prerequisite classes. This does not include prerequisite courses that must be repeated due to timespan requirements (ex: Math, Psychology, and Nutrition coursework must be completed within 10 years; science and statistics coursework within 5 years). The number of repeated classes will be a part of your application evaluation and can impact your eligibility for admission. Please provide additional information in your application explaining the reason for the repeated course(s).
AP courses may satisfy the math requirements. Applicants must submit official scores directly to Seattle University from the testing organizations.
Yes, all applicants must complete Intro to Biology along with the other required prerequisite courses.
No - However, applicants are highly encouraged to volunteer or job shadow in the health care field. This experience and exposure to the nursing role will help applicants better determine if nursing is the right professional fit. Applicants should include any relevant volunteer or work experience in their resume.
If you are a running start student and will be graduating from high school at the end of the academic year, you must apply to Seattle University as a freshman. Please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions for more details on applying.
Clinical placement sites include, but are not limited to:
Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or the Undergraduate Admissions Office at 206-220-8040.