Application for the RN-BSN program
The spring cohorts (2013) of the RN-BSN program are currently full. We will begin accepting applications for the Fall 2013 cohorts on February 1st. If you apply to the college before February 1st your application will be processed for the traditional nursing program, not the RN-BSN program, and you will likely receive a rejection letter as this program is currently full. You will have to start the process all over to apply to the RN-BSN program. If you are applying for the fall cohort, on or after February 1st, please make sure to follow the step by step guide to the application process (available below) to ensure your applications to the college and the program are processed correctly.
You can check the status of your college application at:
http://www.brockport.edu/admissions/apply/status.html. The college does not review your application until it is listed as complete. Admission decisions are made on a rolling basis until the cohorts are full. The earlier your application is complete the better your chance of being admitted into the cohort of your choice. The RN-BSN program will close fall admissions once the cohorts are full which we anticipate will happen by early summer. RN-BSN candidates admitted to the college that we cannot accommodate in the fall cohorts will be given the opportunity to start the program in the Spring of 2014 instead.
Please note that we do offer Statistics for Nurses for any accepted applicants who have yet to take statistics. You must complete all prerequisites including Nutrition or the Nutrition challenge exam before enrolling in Seminar I, Seminar II or Community Based Epidemiology. We do offer a nutrition challenge exam which will be available in the spring and fall semesters for enrolled students only. Further information will be available upon registration.
How to Apply to the RN-BSN Program-Step by Step Guide (doc)
RN-BSN Application (doc)
RN-BSN program Policies
RN-BSN Progression Policy
RN-BSN Dismissal Policy
Typical Course Progression
Frequently Asked Questions for RN's