BSN info sessions
Find out how to apply to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program through our information sessions. You will learn about:
- our holistic application review process
- the prerequisites needed to apply
- how to create strong, focused personal essays and resumes
Join Simone Nelson, Manager of Student Outreach and Recruitment, to get an overview of the BSN application, the admissions process, and have your questions answered. Our online information sessions will be held via Zoom. Please RSVP below, and you will receive a link to the meeting room shortly before the session date.
The RSVP form closes 24 hours prior to the event start time.
All times listed are Pacific Time.
|Tuesday, December 1, 2020||5:30 – 7 p.m.||RSVP Now|
Join Cher Espina, Director of Admissions and Student Diversity, and Simone Nelson, Manager of Student Outreach and Recruiting, for an informal drop-in Q&A session. Bring your questions about the BSN program and the program application.
|Friday, November 6, 2020||9 a.m. – 12 p.m.||RSVP Now|
|Friday, December 4, 2020||9 a.m. – 12 p.m.||RSVP Now|
Download our PowerPoint presentation or listen to a previously recorded session to gain insight on how to submit a highly-competitive application.
Online session by topic
- BSN Overview
- BSN Prerequisites
- Personal Statement
- Optional Statement
- Letter of Recommendation
Prospective student tools
Your advising center is Undergraduate Advising in Mary Gates Hall. You can schedule an appointment with a pre-nursing adviser to discuss course scheduling and questions about our nursing program.
Transfer applicants have several resources available to answer questions you have about the program and how to prepare for entering the School of Nursing:
- MyPlan Transfer Planner
- Course Equivalencies for Washington Community Colleges
- Explore Health Careers
- Pre-Health Advising at the University of Washington
- UW Pre-Health Advising Blog
- Transfer Thursday
The following tools can help you choose which courses will satisfy UW School of Nursing prerequisites:
4-year college or university and out-of-state students should work closely with an adviser at the school you are currently attending.