Located in East Lansing, Michigan, Michigan State University is a public institution. The city atmosphere of East Lansing makes it a great place for students who enjoy having lots of educational and entertainment options.
Tour the MSU College of Nursing
Students apply for admission to the Bachelor of Nursing program after or while in progress of completing a minimum of 28 credits and prerequisite coursework.
Students will complete their personal narrative essays using Respondus proctoring software in D2L. You will self-register for the “College of Nursing: Traditional BSN Application.” Detailed instructions for the essay are outlined in D2L. Please be aware you have one attempt to complete the personal narrative and will have two hours once you begin.
Admission to the program is highly competitive, with most candidates exceeding the minimum requirements; therefore, roughly only 120 of the most qualified candidates are selected from the pool of candidates meeting the minimum criteria.
The average GPAs for three recently admitted cohorts were:
Science courses CEM 141: General Chemistry BS 161: Cells and Molecules ANTR 350: Anatomy Non-science courses WRA 101: Writing as Inquiry MTH103: College Algebra
Application deadlines: The College of Nursing admits
twice per year for this program:
Spring start deadline: November 1 Fall start deadline: April 1
How Do I Get Into Michigan State?
You can apply to Michigan State online at: https://admissions.msu.edu/apply/default.aspx
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