ABSN Program Admission Process

If you are ready to start your nursing school journey through Madonna University’s Accelerated BSN program, here are the first four steps you need to take in the admission process.

1. Connect with an Admission Representative

Before you even think about applying, you must find out if the ABSN program is a fit for you. That’s why your very first step in the admission process is to get in touch with an Admission Representative. After you fill out the form here on the website, you will get a phone call where you will discuss your academic qualifications and career goals with your representative. During this initial conversation you will be able to ask any questions and get more information on the requirements to apply. Your representative will be your main point of contact throughout the admission process.

2. Develop an Academic Plan

Your second step involved creating an academic plan, personalized for you. You will work with your Admission Representative to work out all that needs to be accomplished so you can target a specific start date in the ABSN program, in January, May, or August.

3. Successfully Complete Prerequisites

Part of your academic plan includes successfully completing all of your prerequisite coursework. While you don’t need prior nursing training or healthcare experience to apply to the ABSN program, you do need you to meet certain academic requirements. Your program eligibility also hinges upon the successful completion of the ABSN prerequisites, passing with a grade of C or higher.

4. Complete Your Nursing School Application

You can complete the ABSN program application online and submit:

  • All official transcripts from the college or university you previously attended.
  • Prerequisite completion form.
  • A letter of intent to the College of Nursing.
  • Completion of Madonna Writing Assessment.

Contact us to learn more about the Accelerated BSN program admission process.

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