Admission for all tracks in the Master of Science in Nursing Program occurs once annually. Deadline for all application materials is March 1st for admission to the following Fall semester.
Applying to the Orvis School of Nursing Graduate Program is a two-part process: The initial step is completing an application to the University's Graduate School online. This includes submitting your transcripts from previous studies. Three professional references are also required. A link for these references is found as part of the online application. The Graduate School will then forward your application and references to the School of Nursing for review. All materials are required to be submitted by March 1.
GRE scores are not mandatory for admission into the Graduate Nursing Program. However, the dual degree and other programs at UNR may require them.
Prerequisites for admission to the Orvis School of Nursing Master of Science Program:
The document is due by the deadline of March 1.
Submit to Jeannine Patterson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Once admitted to a MSN track, a student is committed to that track. Should the student wish to change or transfer to a different track than which he/she was originally admitted, the student is required to reapply for admission to the track to which the student wants during the next application cycle. The MSN tracks are very competitive and there is no guarantee a current student will be automatically accepted to a different track through the re-admission process.