Students who complete the program will be eligible to sit for the National Licensure Exam for Practical Nursing. This program has specific program entrance/admission requirements.
- If potential applicant needs to schedule a Next-Generation ACCUPLACER test, please visit www.asutr.edu/pages/testing_services for more information.
- Prospective students must bring photo identification and must pay $10.00 the day of the Next-Generation ACCUPLACER test to the Business Office (cash, check, money order, or credit/debit card)
Classes that Start in August
Classes that Start in January
- Students previously enrolled in another nursing program must submit a letter of eligibility to return to nursing school from the previous program in which they were enrolled.
- Must provide proof of English language proficiency if not from an English-speaking country. Students should submit official documentation showing completion of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a score of 500 (paper based), 173 (computer based), 61 overall (internet based) or better or proof of graduation from high school within the United States, GED, or post-secondary education within the United States with the admission application.
College Admission Procedures
- After receiving the acceptance letter from the Nursing Program, students must complete the College’s required entrance/admission procedures as outlined in the catalog/website (http://www.asutr.edu/pages/admissions) and submit to Student Affairs in the Administration Building before 4:30 p.m. on the dates listed under the Deadlines in the above chart.
- The College strongly suggests that prospective students begin planning their finances for school (grants, loans, etc.) as early as possible. Visit http://www.asutr.edu/pages/financial_aid for further information.
Students are required to provide documentation of all required immunizations by the deadline or risk having to give up their slot.
- Varicella (2 doses) or Titer
- Hepatitis B (3 doses) or Titer
- MMR (2 doses) or Titer
- Tdap within the last ten years
- Covid Vaccination
- Flu Vaccination during flu season per CDC October through the end of March
- TB Skin Test must last the entire length of the program
- CPR Card; must be American Heart Association for Health Care Providers must last the entire length of the program