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In addition to Norwich University's general admission requirements, nursing applicants must:

  • Meet or exceed the SAT requirement of 1050 for Math and Reading combined
  • Complete four years of high school (HS) math including algebra, geometry and trigonometry
  • Complete three years of high school science, including biology and chemistry
  • Transfer college level science courses current within five years
  • Online science courses are not transferable
  • College-level GPA must be at a minimum of 3.0
  • Transfer students must submit a letter of reference from the Chairperson/Dean of the transferring school prior to acceptance
  • Background screening is a requirement for admission and condition of both acceptance and progression in nursing
  • Students must also submit to intermittent background screening as required by clinical agencies. A criminal record deemed to be of consequence or the habitual intemperate use or addiction to habit forming substances precludes enrollment in the program.

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