By the last day of the first term, you must supply the official transcripts required for your enrollment. Failure to comply with this deadline will result in withdrawal from your program and blocked reentry until an official transcript is provided or you change your program of study to one that does not require proof of graduation.
- If you are enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing—RN-to-BSN degree option, you must furnish an official transcript indicating an associate's degree, diploma, or certificate in nursing with a minimum of 50 quarter credit hours of eligible credit with a focus in nursing.
- If you are enrolled in a graduate or postbaccalaureate program, you must supply an official transcript showing completion of a bachelor's degree or higher credential, as required by your program of study.
A foreign credential is defined as one issued by an institution that is not located in the United States or its territories and is not accredited by a U.S. accrediting agency.
Generally speaking, foreign transcripts and similar credentials must be evaluated by a third-party agency (please speak to your Admissions Advisor to discuss approved agencies). If you are applying to a program that requires completion of a prior degree, a transcript-level evaluation (and translation, if applicable) is generally sufficient. If you wish to have individual courses evaluated for transfer, you will need to commission a course-level evaluation (and translation, as appropriate).
Applicants presenting a 3-year bachelor's degree will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the relevant Dean.