Admissions and Enrollment

The following documents must be submitted by the deadline for the application to be complete and reviewed by the Admissions Committee: Official High school Transcript, Official Post-Secondary College Transcripts, Completion of Chemistry with Lab, Proof of United States Citizenship or Permanent Residency, Reference Letter, and Official ATI TEAS Transcript submitted through ATI. 

Nursing school applicants who meet the minimum admission standards are brought before the Admissions Committee and notified of the Committee's decision by letter. Upon receipt of an acceptance letter, the applicant must submit a nonrefundable deposit by the deadline indicated, which ensures a seat in the upcoming class.

Enrollment Procedures

  • The deposit is credited to the first-term tuition.
  • Outstanding general education courses may be taken at Westchester Community College. Prior approval by the Registrar is required prior to enrollment in general education courses at other accredited colleges.
  • All students must have a laptop computer and access to a printer. Internet accessibility is essential. All students must submit a valid email address to the Registrar's office. School of Nursing students are expected to possess basic computer literacy skills—including proficiency with Microsoft Office and e-mail.
  • Students must complete a health examination with screening tests and immunizations as required by the New York State Department of Health and affiliating agencies prior to registration.
  • Students must have health care insurance.
  • Students are responsible to obtain BLS-C (CPR) training, purchase uniforms, submit for background check and drug testing, and purchase textbooks and necessary supplies prior to the first day of class.

Students are not permitted to begin the clinical experience without a background check, drug testing, health clearance and a current CPR card. A special form will be provided that must be completed before registration by the student's primary care provider. This form requires health records, screening tests and immunizations. The completed form is submitted directly to Occupational Health Services.

Accepted candidates who decline enrollment must re-apply for admission. Admission criteria in effect at the time of reapplication will apply, and prior acceptance does not guarantee the applicant's reacceptance status.


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