Admission to the Indiana University Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program at IUPUC is competitive and depends on the number of applicants for each admission cycle and how your application scores compare with the scores of other students.
If you meet the eligibility criteria and are ready to apply for admission, please review and follow this process.
Your application for admission to the BSN program at IUPUC will include several components. To begin the application, you will need:
- Your ten-digit IU student identification number.
- An IU e-mail address.
- The U.S. mail address to which you want your admission correspondence to be sent.
- A copy of your unofficial IU transcript, which is located under “Student Center” in OneStart. (NOTE: Use your unofficial transcript for the correct course numbers, credit hours, and grades for courses you use to meet eligibility requirements.)
The online application for fall admission into the BSN program at IUPUC will be posted online January 15.
When completing the application, be aware that you must:
NOTE: Print a copy of the online application confirmation page for records. Should a server or technical error occur, the confirmation page is your only verification that you completed and submitted an application by 5 p.m. on March 15.
Please be aware that submitting inaccurate and false information or withholding information may result in denial of your application for admission or dismissal from the program if you are already admitted.