Program Highlights

  • Enjoy a balanced 4-year journey, starting with general education and culminating in intensive on-campus nursing studies.
  • Study with confidence, courtesy of our accreditation from Michigan Board of Nursing and the ACEN.
  • Dive into hands-on clinical experiences through our diverse hospital and community partnerships.
  • Gain a broader worldview, thanks to interactions with a wide spectrum of cultural and socioeconomic groups.
  • Achieve your goals with our thorough preparation for the NCLEX exam and future advanced studies.


  • A minimal overall GPA of 3.0 or higher is required.
  • A cognate GPA of 3.0 or higher is required  (BIOL 221, 222, PSYC 301, PSYC 101, CHEM 110, FDNT 230) 
  • Have your ATI TEAS passed with at least 58.7%. If you're international, we accept SATs of 540 or ACTs of 20 in Math, English, and Reading instead. Simple as that!

The rest of the admission requirements can be found in our Nursing Student Handbook.

Deadlines & Tuition

Application Deadlines

  • June 15 for the professional program (once pre-requisites are completed)

Please be sure to have all the necessary documents while completing your application


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  • To learn about tuition costs and scholarship opportunities please visit Student Financial Services and work with your respective financial advisor.

What to Expect

Students may enter the University as declared nursing majors, but the first year is typically spent in general education requirements, cognate courses and NRSG215 Introduction to Nursing Concepts.

Students are encouraged to apply for admission into the nursing program prior to completion of the spring semester of their freshman year in order to be prepared to enter NRSG216 Fundamentals of Nursing Practice the following fall semester.

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