New Student Admission Information
Effective April 3, 2020: In response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, the School of Nursing will postpone Fall 2020 New Student Admission into the Associate in Science in Nursing (ASN) Accelerated and Traditional Tracks – to include the Daytime and Evening/Weekend. The accepted new student cohort, originally scheduled to begin in Summer 2020, will have a delayed start time of Fall 2020.
Applicants that have applied for a Fall 2020 admission will be deferred to a Spring 2021 program start consideration. Consequently, interested students who are considering applying to the ASN Accelerated or Traditional program may apply by the September 15, 2020 application deadline for a possible Spring 2021 program start.
Please monitor Atlas e-mail for communication 6 – 8 weeks after September 15, 2020.
For questions, please contact us.
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Submission of all official transcripts from all institutions, include High School transcripts or GED score report must be submitted to Valencia and posted on your record before submitting a program application. Missing transcripts will jeopardize your acceptance.
Transfer courses may need to be reviewed by an Advisor for potential course substitution or equivalency. NOTE: courses taken at other institutions may not be equivalent to Valencia Allied Health Program course requirement (see Program Guide for details). Course substitution or equivalency must be on your Valencia record before submitting program application or your acceptance will be jeopardized.
Starting in the summer 2018, an Evening/Weekend program will be available for the Traditional Nursing students
TEAS for program entry after September 15, 2017 must submit the new version: ATI TEAS. The minimum composition score of *64.9% is required. Scores are valid for 5 years. *Subject to change. You must meet required score in effect at the time you apply to the program.
If you are applying the UCF Concurrent Nursing program, UCF requires a different TEAS score. Please see the UCF Nursing website for this information.
Students who have completed a college Nutrition course of two or more credits (e.g. HUN 1201) that did not include Diet Therapy may request permission in the Health Sciences Advising Office (email HealthScienceApplications@valenciacollege.edu) to complete the one-credit HUN 2015 Diet Therapy for Health Care Professionals, which may be in progress at the time of program application, but must be completed with a minimum grade of C (or minimum grade needed to maintain 3.0 general education prerequisite GPA) by the program start date. If taken, HUN 2015 and the initial Nutrition course will combine to substitute for HUN 2202 unless the student has already attempted the required HUN2202 course. Therefore, if a student has HUN2202 on his/her record, then HUN2015 with the initial nutrition course is not an option to meet program entry requirements.
For those who are in progress with HUN2015 at another college must provide proof of enrollment in the course (name and institution must be visible) by submitting a copy of the course schedule.
You can email documentation to: HealthScienceApplications@valenciacollege.edu.