Students seeking admission
- Must have completed NU 102
- GPA of 3.0 or better. Students with a 2.7 GPA may be accepted, provisionally.
- A student with a GPA less than 3.0 must achieve a grade of B or better in the first two nursing courses. Students with a 2.7 GPA may be accepted, provisionally.
- Acceptance allows you to take bachelors degree courses including both nursing and non-nursing courses.
- 2 pathways into the BS Completion Program:
- Pathway I: Students with a previous bachelor's degree
- Pathway II: Students without a previous bachelor's degree
- Can I receive financial aid?
Any student still completing their associates degree will be granted financial aid through LMH. Students are not eligible to receive financial aid from Regis while still enrolled at LMH.
- Can I take courses right away once accepted?
Depending on the term of acceptance, students may be able to begin to enroll in courses towards their bachelor's degree. However, students' first priority should be their success in their associate's nursing courses. Students should work with their advisor to determine the best path forward.
- How long will the program take?
The timeline for each student is unique based on their status in the ASN program, previous education, and number of transfer credits.
- Who should I go to register for courses?
ASN Students: Registration for AS courses Katie Klucevsek ASN Students: not-accepted to BS but completing electives Hillary Trischitta BS-Accepted Students: nursing or non-nursing courses Program Director
Students may schedule a meeting with an admissions counselor to have their transcripts reviewed and to discuss classes needed for the bachelor's degree. Additional elective and core courses are required for those without a previous bachelor's degree.
For more information, please contact:
Assistant Director of Admissions & Advising, Professional Studies
Advising and Program Questions
Dean, Young School of Nursing