- The due date to apply to the program is the first Friday of March of each academic year.
- If you are a new student, you should proceed to The Admission Office locate in the main campus. After you complete your application, the admission office sends the Program Director a list of the qualified candidates.
- If you are a current student in the Inter American University or Ponce Campus; the candidate should proceed to the Healthcare Department and fill the application.
- All candidates will be called to participate in a general session which discusses the steps of the admission process.
- Comply with the admissions requirements established in the General Catalog.
- To be a candidate for admission to the Associate and Bachelor’s Program in Nursing, candidates must have a minimum grade point index 2.50 from their high school or place of origin.
- To be a candidate for admission to the third level (third year courses) of the Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing, students must:
- Have satisfactorily completed the requirements of the first two years of the Degree in Nursing or,
- Present evidence of holding an Associate Degree in Nursing from an accredited and recognized institution of higher education. Candidates having an Associate Degree must complete any general education requirement established by the Institution for awarding the degree.
- Present at the time of admission to the Program evidence of any permanent license they possess.
- Comply with the admissions requirements for transfer students established in the General Catalog.
- Admission of transfer students to the Program or take courses of the major with combined registration requires the previous authorization of both Program directors.
- Comply with all Satisfactory Progress Norms established in the General Catalog.
- Pass all courses in Nursing and the course GEMA 1000 (Quantitative Reasoning) with a minimum grade of C.
- Students who do not pass a major course with a minimum grade of C in their third intent will be dropped from the Program.