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First-Time College Students 

Get started by filling out an application. In addition to the application, you must provide your transcripts. If you have never attended Post or any other college, you will need to download, complete, sign and submit a Post University Transcript Request Form to authorize Post University’s Office of Admissions to request your high school transcripts or your GED high school equivalency test scores.

Post University requires students who are matriculating at the University to provide an official copy of their high school transcript with a posted graduation date or proof of successful completion of a GED program. An appropriate substitute for a high school transcript is proof of successful completion of a home-schooling program. Students who are currently enrolled at a high school may submit a transcript, including currently enrolled courses for admissions purposes, but an official high school transcript with the graduation date must be provided to the University before matriculation.

An official copy of a transcript is a transcript that is certified by the student's high school with a signature and stamped with the school’s seal. The transcript must bear the student’s high school graduation date, and must arrive in a sealed envelope from the student’s high school. Transcripts that are delivered without being in an envelope sealed by the high school will not be considered official.

High school and GED accreditation must be recognized by a state, regional, or other accrediting agency that is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

B.S. in Nursing (RN to BSN) Admissions Requirements

Admission to the RN to BSN Completion program requires the following:

  • Submission of a completed application for admission.

  • Overall college cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 on a 4.0 point scale.

  • Graduation from an approved registered nurse (RN) program; or enrolled in a nursing program preparing to become a registered nurse, and on track to graduate.

  • An unencumbered license to practice as a registered nurse, or evidence of RN licensure eligibility.

Admission and retention in the nursing program requires:

  • An unrestricted, unencumbered license to practice as an RN in the United States; license must be kept current throughout the program.

  • Verification of valid RN licensure will be required to receive PLA credit for RN licensure (30 credits).

  • Conditional admission for candidates admitted prior to initial RN licensure:

  1. Documentation of RN licensure eligibility or a statement from the academic nursing program director will be required for admission;

  2. Valid RN licensure within one MOD (8 weeks) of licensure eligibility;

  3. Once a student has met the conditions, a student becomes regularly accepted into the program. If the conditions are not met, the student will be dismissed from the nursing program.

  • Students who do not maintain a current unencumbered, unrestricted RN license will be dismissed from the nursing program