Nursing, RN to BSN - Admissions

Applying for Admission

In addition to meeting all requirements established for admission to Central Connecticut State University*, the applicant must:

  • Be licensed currently as a registered nurse in Connecticut;**
  • Carry and provide documentation of adequate malpractice and health insurance;
  • Have completed a minimum of 45 undergraduate credits from an accredited college or university;
  • Have advisement by nursing faculty;
  • Be CPR certified;
  • Meet specific immunization and OSHA requirements;
  • Successfully complete the state articulation agreement (35 credits of nursing transferred from associate degree or diploma school program) prior to enrolling in NRSE 303; and
  • Complete the BSN program within five years of taking NRSE 303.

*Admission to the University does not guarantee advancement to upper division nursing courses.

**Applicants in their final year of a diploma or associate degree may be accepted on a provisional basis.


Why RN-BSN at Central?

Admissions Contact

Undergraduate Recruitment & Admissions

Academic Contact

Stacy Christensen

Academic Department