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The Nursing Program admits students in both the fall and spring semesters, accepting approximately 60 students each fall and 40 students each spring.
The deadline to submit all application materials for admission to the fall class is the last working day of February. The deadline for the spring class is the last working day of September.
Admission Schedule and Deadlines
Admission is based on a complete packet being submitted including
signed course substitutions. A mathematical formula is used to complete the applicant’s score from Step 1 and Step 2. After the application deadline, all applicant scores will be calculated. The applicants with the top scores will be identified.
Please fully review the following information about how to apply to the Brookhaven College Nursing Program.
The Brookhaven College Nursing Program is currently accepting applications from students with a Step 1 score of 20 points and higher ONLY. (GPA + HESI A2™ + course points + medical experience)
Nursing student applicants with the top 50 Step 1 scores for the Spring admission and the top 70 Step 1 scores for the Fall admission will be invited for an interview and to complete a professional writing sample. (negative 10 points to 10 points may be earned for the interview, negative 5 points and 5 points may be earned for the professional writing sample) The professional writing sample will be evaluated on composition, grammar, spelling, content and legibility.
The interview and professional writing sample scores will be added to the Step 1 score (GPA + HESI A2™ points + course points + medical experience) for a FINAL admission score of (GPA + HESI A2™ points + course points + medical experience + interview points + professional writing sample points for a maximum admission score of 57 points).