Admissions & Selection
Admission into the WSU Associate Degree Nursing program is selective. A limited number of students are accepted into the program each year. This enables WSU to provide the quality clinical experience and skill set this growing field requires.
You must apply for admission to WSU, first; then you must also apply for admission to the Associate of Science Degree in Nursing (ADN) program.
It is critical that all parts of the application process be completed and submitted. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Please download the appropriate brochure and admission checklist for your program (to aid you in the process) and all necessary applications from our Applications & Checklists page.
Early consideration: January 15
Final deadline: February 1
Early consideration: August 15
Final deadline: September 1
Applications are reviewed by the nursing program admissions and advancement committee. A point system is used to facilitate candidate selection. Applications received by January 15 (Fall semester) and August 15 (Spring semester) will earn extra points (0.5 points). Support courses are evaluated, but points will not be awarded for courses in progress during the semester applications are received.
Admitted high school applicants will be required to attend a summer semester to complete the prerequisite courses.
Students are notified of acceptance into the program by April 15 (Fall semester) and by October 15 (Spring semester).
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