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Admissions Process

Nursing Admissions Process

Each student will enter a curriculum designed by UD that includes minimal course requirements as outlined by the TWU College of Nursing. Biology Lab studentsStudents are encouraged to take as many courses in the sciences as possible, but should realize that a strong liberal arts background is important for the development of well-rounded and successful students and health practitioners.

Students entering UD for the cooperative degree program will be assigned an advisor at TWU who will provide the student with a personal contact during the initial course of study at UD. The advisor will also assist the student in the timely completion of processes, such as completing TWU College of Nursing admission procedures and requirements.

To qualify for admission at TWU, students must meet the following deadlines.

TWU Admission Deadlines

Fall Admission Spring Admission To Be Completed
June 15 November 15 Take the TEAS-V exam.  Students will need to score at least 64% on all sections of the exam (Reading, Math, English, Science).
July 1 December 1 Apply to TWU as a transfer.  Application information is available online through the TWU website.
September 1 February 1 Deadline to submit the application for upper-division nursing to the College of Nursing through the Pioneer Portal.
October 30 March 30 Receive notification from TWU of acceptance.
November 30 August 30 Complete the UD Biology comprehensive exam.
January August Begin taking classes at TWU.

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