Nursing

Prospective Students

Though Procter Hall remains closed in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the University of Cincinnati College of Nursing is much more than a building. Get to know us!

Admissions Changes

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, UC College of Nursing has made temporary changes to its admissions policies and requirements for certain programs.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Cincinnati College of Nursing is offering early admission to its RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) online program. Recent graduates of an associate degree in nursing (ADN) program within the past four months with a temporary license from their state can apply for admission. For more information, view our RN to BSN Online program admissions page.

UC College of Nursing has chosen to maintain the traditional grading process, rather than offer a Pass/Fail option for Spring 2020 courses. Those taking courses this semester who plan to apply for sophomore admission to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program should choose one of two options:

  1. If you have the option to choose between a letter grade or P/F on your transcript, choose to have your letter grade posted; or
  2. If you attend a college or university that has chosen not to list the letter grade you earned on your transcript, you will be required to submit a letter from your professor that provides the letter grade you earned in the course required for admissions. We recommend you communicate this need with your faculty now so they are prepared to provide this letter for you at the end of the term.

UC College of Nursing has chosen to maintain the traditional grading process, rather than offer a Pass/Fail option for Spring 2020 courses. Those taking courses this semester who plan to apply for admission to the Accelerated Direct-Entry MSN program should choose one of two options:

  1. If you have the option to choose between a letter grade or P/F on your transcript, choose to have your letter grade posted; or
  2. If you attend a college or university that has chosen not to list the letter grade you earned on your transcript, you will be required to submit a letter from your professor that provides the letter grade you earned in the course required for admissions. We recommend you communicate this need with your faculty now so they are prepared to provide this letter for you at the end of the term.

 

Take a Virtual Tour

If you're interested in our traditional, four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program, attend a virtual College Close-Up to learn more about UC College of Nursing!

Attend an Online Information Session

Attend an online information session via WebEx to learn more about our RN-BSN Online, post-baccalaureate certificates, Accelerated Direct-Entry MSN and graduate nursing programs. Scheduled information sessions and links to sign up are available on our information sessions calendar.

Talk to an Admissions Counselor

Our Office of Student Recruitment team members are available to answer your questions! Like the rest of the College of Nursing faculty and staff, admissions counselors are working remotely without direct access to their office phones, so email is the best way to reach them.

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Justin Veigel

Director of Admissions

Programs: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

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Zhané Broomfield

Admissions Counselor

Programs: RN-Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), Nurse Educator Certificate, Case Management Certificate, PhD

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Andrea Davis

Senior Academic Advisor

Programs: Accelerated Direct-Entry Master of Science in Nursing

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Bobby Rue

Admissions Counselor

Programs: Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), Post-MSN Certificate, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)