Upon acceptance, the applicant is admitted to Campbell University as a general undergraduate student and is identified as pre-nursing for the first two years. During the sophomore year, pre-nursing students complete a competitive admission application to the Catherine W. Wood School of Nursing. Criteria for the BSN program includes: a preferred cumulative GPA and science GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale, an interview session with either an admissions committee and/or the director of the program, a written essay, and an evaluation of special skills and abilities that enhance the nursing profession.
Applicants must be declared as Pre-Nursing at Campbell University and must be in the process of completing the two years of pre-nursing curriculum to apply.
If applying to Campbell University as a first-year or transfer student, please visit the university's Admissions page.