Application Dates--Fall 2015
- Application available on September 1, 2014
- Application review begins after October 15, 2014
- Application completion deadline is August 15, 2015
Applicants must submit all materials by the application completion deadline.
1. Admissions Application
The online application allows you to save your work as you complete it, and ensures fast, secure delivery to our office.
2. Application Fee
An application fee is required at the time an application is submitted.
3. Official Transcript(s)
Submit one of the following: high school transcript, GED/HSED score report, or college transcript showing an associate degree or higher. Applicants transferring from another college or university must also submit a transcript from each college/university. Transcripts must be sent directly from the school.
Applicants must meet the following requirements to be considered for admission.
1. Education Completion
Graduation from high school, completion of GED/HSED, or completion of an associate’s degree or higher. NOTE: High school seniors may submit an in-progress high school transcript.
2. GPA Requirement
a) Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 from high school or 6 credits from an accredited college with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 on 4.0 GPA scale. OR
b) Minimum test scores for either the TEAS-V or the ACT from September 1, 2011 to present:
- TEAS V: Reading 62.6%, Math 57.2%, Science 38.5%, English/Language Usage 54.8%
- ACT: 18 or higher in all sub-scores OR
c) Complete the following courses with a C or better in each course:
- Written Communication (10-801-195) OR
- College Reading Strategies (10-808-101) AND Intro to College Writing (10-831-103)
Per Wisconsin Statute TCS-10:
- Non-resident applicants (both out-of-state and non-district state residents) may only be considered for high-demand programs after January 1 for the upcoming fall term. Non-residents may not be considered for any program which closes prior to January 1.
- Out-of-state residents may not be considered for any program which has a waitlist.
- Non-district state residents may be considered for admission to a waitlist after January 1.
- Minnesota residents are considered non-district state residents for admission purposes.
Refer to the Residency Determination web page for more information.
- If you do not currently meet all admission requirements, the Patient Care Pathways program can assist in accelerating your progress towards program eligibility. Visit the Patient Care Pathways web page or call (608) 246-6262 for more information.
- A grade of C- will not be accepted when "a grade of C or better" is indicated as the requirement.
- Course requirements may differ from admission requirements. Refer to program curriculum for details.