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Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) Information

SCHOOL OF NURSING APPLICATION INFORMATION
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The application for Spring, 2015 for IUPUI only is now available until September 15, 2014.  Click on the link below to apply.

Spring 2015 Application.


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FYI:
For students admitted to the School of Nursing for Fall 2015, Class of 2018, there will be a Mandatory Nursing Student Orientation
August 21, 2015

 

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ATI TEAS Test Dates and Instructions for Spring 2015 and Fall 2015


IU Health Bloomington Hospital Shadowing Program


IUPUI Permanent Intercampus Transfer Form


BSN Planning Guide - Information for Prospective Students & Parents (PDF)


2014-2015 Pre-Licensure BSN Handbook (PDF)

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Students may apply once a year for admission to the Pre-Licensure Bachelors of Science in Nursing major on the Bloomington campus. The Bloomington program admits approximately 60 students to the BSN major each fall. If a student is admitted to Nursing on the IU Bloomington campus, the student will be completing 3 more years of nursing courses – all on the Bloomington campus.

The first time a student is eligible to apply is during the spring semester of their freshman year (from January 15th – March 15th). Students will need to list 29-31 credit hours on the nursing application. Applicants are notified by ~ June 1 of their admission status.

Bloomington students may also apply for admission to the BSN major at Indianapolis (IUPUI), Columbus (IUPUC) and regional campuses around the state. IUPUI admits 80-90 students each fall and spring and IUPUC admits approximately 20 students. (Typically 500-600 applications are received between IUB & IUPUI campuses.) Students need to submit only one application to apply to the School of Nursing on both the Bloomington and IUPUI campuses. IU’s other regional campuses have their own nursing application and admission criteria, so please contact advisors at those campuses for more information.

 

Please click the subject tabs below to expand the sections for more information.

+/- Admission Requirements

Admission to the School of Nursing at IUB, IUPUI, and IUPUC is extremely competitive. All courses counting toward admission must have a grade of C or higher. Admission to the IUB School of Nursing is based upon the following criteria:

IU Cumulative GPA: Students must have a minimum of 2.7 IU GPA at the time of application.

Nursing Application GPA: Students must have a minimum of 3.0 nursing application GPA at the time of application. The nursing application GPA is calculated from the 29–31 credit hours that students list on the nursing application. These courses/credits must include: Anatomy (5 credits); Finite Math or Calculus (3–4 credits); an additional critical/analytical/science or IUB GenEd Natural & Mathematical Science course (3-5 credits); Elementary Composition (3 credits); Introductory Psychology (3 credits); and Introductory Sociology (3 credits). The remaining credit hours will be selected from the approved list of IUB General Education courses. The required course list for each student to use to plan courses will depend on when the student began taking courses in residence on the IU Bloomington campus (i.e., matriculated to IUB). See the appropriate section on this page for the correct course list.

Science GPA (50% of admission score): The grades from Anatomy, Finite Math (or Calculus) and critical/analytical/science or IUB GenEd Natural & Mathematical Science  course will determine 50% of the admission score.

General Education GPA (30% of admission score): The General Education GPA will be determined by the grades from the remaining courses listed on the nursing application. Included are Elementary Composition, Introductory Psychology, Introductory Sociology, and 2–4 IUB General Education courses.

Pre-Admission TEAS V Test (20% of admission score): Students will take a preadmission TEAS V test (Test of Essential Academic Skills). The composite score is worth 20% toward the nursing admission score. Students may take the exam no more than two times within a two year period, and the test must be taken no later than one week prior to the application deadline to the School of Nursing. More details will be provided during the Mandatory Application Information Sessions in September and also in the 2014 – 2015 Pre-Licensure BSN Handbook.

Student Disclosure Form and National Criminal Background Check: Students must complete an online Student Disclosure of Criminal Conviction and Pending Criminal Charges Form as part of the online nursing application. It is due by the application deadline (March 15 for fall applications and September 15 for spring applications).  A National Criminal Background Check is required of all individuals offered conditional admission to an undergraduate nursing major at IUB/IUPUI. If students are offered admission to the School of Nursing, information will be provided on how to obtain the National Criminal Background Check. Final acceptance into the program is contingent upon review of the student’s National Criminal Background Check. Offers of admission will be revoked in the following circumstances:

If you have omitted information or provided untruthful or inaccurate information on the IU School of Nursing criminal background disclosure form, you will be denied admission.

If you have criminal background infractions noted on your National Criminal Background Check that may preclude clinical placement in any of our clinical agency partners, you will be denied admission.

If you fail to submit the National Criminal Background Check by the stated deadline, you will be denied admission.


Note: More detailed information is available in the 2014- 2015 Pre-Licensure BSN Handbook, which is posted above and on the IU Bloomington Nursing homepage. The Indiana University School of Nursing reserves the right to make changes in the admission criteria. Meeting all admission criteria for the School of Nursing does not guarantee admission. If you have questions about the admission criteria, please contact a School of Nursing advisor to schedule an appointment.

Admission is Competitive: Admission to the nursing program on the Bloomington campus is extremely competitive; 60 students are admitted to the nursing program for each fall term. Approximately 300 applications are submitted each year. Admission is based upon grades and a pre-admission exam. While the minimum nursing application GPA required to apply is 3.0, the actual nursing GPA for admitted students is considerably higher. Statistics show that students who invest at least 30 hours outside of class on academics (e.g., studying, reading, getting help when needed, etc.) for every 15 hours spent in class are more successful than students who invest less time. If you choose not to follow this advice, be aware that you may be making a decision to be less competitive for admission to the School of Nursing than you might otherwise be!

+/- IUB General Education and IUSON Requirements

General Education Requirements at IUB

Effective beginning summer 2011, all students who begin taking classes at IUB will be required to fulfill General Education courses.

All undergraduate students who matriculate (i.e., attend Indiana University on the Bloomington campus for the first time) as a degree-seeking student at Indiana University Bloomington in or after first summer session 2011 will be required to complete the campus-wide General Education requirements prior to graduation with a baccalaureate degree. The General Education curriculum at Indiana University Bloomington is intended to ensure that, through the Common Ground requirements, all undergraduates at IUB develop the essential skills of English composition and mathematical modeling, and are exposed to the vast wealth of course offerings that IU Bloomington has to offer in arts and humanities, social and historical studies, natural and mathematical sciences, and world languages and cultures. More information about the IU Bloomington campus General Education requirements is found on the General Education Bulletin website.

The IU School of Nursing (IUSON) general education courses help lay the foundation for the nursing courses and also serve to provide the student with a well-rounded education. For admission to the nursing major, 29-31 credit hours of general education coursework is required. The general education portion of the BSN curriculum consists of 44 credit hours of course work, which fulfills the IUB General Education requirements, plus 1 hour of elective (elective credit may not be applied toward admission).


IUSON General Education Cluster Information:

1.) Critical/Analytical/Science Nursing Requirement (also fulfills the IUB GenEd Natural & Mathematical Science and IUB GenEd Math Modeling requirements)

Courses in the Critical/Analytical/Science cluster are specifically identified to assist the student in: 1) understanding and using a purposeful thought process in order to accurately interpret nursing problems, 2) evaluate information in determining probable validity and reliability and relevance to problems at hand, 3) make inferences that avoid faulty reasoning and promote decision making, 4) explain and define reasoning supporting decisions/conclusions, and 5) monitor thought processes of self and others for correcting decision processes.

For the nursing degree, the Critical/Analytical/Science cluster requires the completion of twenty credit hours of approved courses.  Fourteen credit hours are specified through Anatomy (ANAT-A 215), Physiology (PHSL-P 215), and Microorganisms in Nature and Disease (Microbiology) lecture & lab (BIOL-M 200 & BIOL-M 215).  A minimum of three additional credit hours come from an approved C/A/S course (or IU GenEd N&M course). Students fulfill the IUB GenEd Natural & Mathematical Science requirement with ANAT-A 215.

To complete the twenty credit hours, students must also take Finite Math or a 200 level Calculus course.  Students applying to the School of Nursing may choose to take either Finite Math (MATH-A 118, MATH-D 116 and MATH-D 117, MATH-M 118 or MATH-V 118 “Finite Math for Social and Biological Sciences” or “Finite Math in Action” topics) or Calculus I (MATH-M 211) or Accelerated Calculus (MATH-M 213). The Finite Math courses (listed above) fulfill the IUB GenEd Mathematical Modeling Foundations course requirement. The required science and math (Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, and Finite Math) must be less than seven years old at the time of application.  

To apply to the School of Nursing, students need to complete ANAT-A 215, the IUB GenEd Math Modeling requirement (with one of the courses listed above) and one additional IUB GenEd N&M or C/A/S course (for approximately 11 credit hours). Physiology and Microbiology are completed during the first year of the Nursing curriculum.

2.) IUB GenEd English Composition/Nursing Communication Requirement
Courses in the Communication cluster are important to the development of an accurate understanding of the written and spoken word. This cluster of courses also emphasizes the use of technology in managing, transferring, and enhancing the use and sharing of information.

This IUB GenEd requirement is fulfilled by the completion of three credit hours of an approved English Composition course.  If a student has earned an English Composition exemption – with or without credit, this credit may be used to fulfill the IUB GenEd English Composition Foundation requirement and may be listed on the nursing application. However, if the exemption is without credit, a minimum of three credit hours will need to be taken to fulfill the Communication requirement for the nursing degree. Special departmental credit and undistributed credit may be used to fulfill this requirement. Contact a nursing advisor with questions.

3.) IUB GenEd Social & Historical Studies/Social Competence Requirement
IUSON general education courses in the Social Competence cluster, combined with nursing course work, will provide the student with 1) competencies consistent with the ability to manage human experience, 2) fiscal and material resources, 3) an understanding of the political and legal process governing the laws and policies shaping health and well-being, and 4) an appreciation for existing community resources and the defining of additional resources.  

This requirement includes the completion of nine credit hours of approved courses for the degree.  Six of these credit hours are required for the nursing application and include an Introductory Psychology (either PSY-P 101*, PSY-P 102*, PSY-P 155 or PSY-P 106) and an Introductory Sociology  course (SOC-S 100, SOC-S 101 or SOC-S 230) .  The remaining three credits can be met by any course listed as an approved IUB GenEd Social and Historical Studies course. *signifies best options

4.) IUB GenEd World Language/World Culture Requirement
IUSON general education courses in the Cultural Diversity cluster allow students to develop 1) an understanding of and an appreciation for the diversity within and among cultures, 2) how these differences shape values and beliefs, and 3) how these beliefs affect behaviors of individuals, families, and societies. 

This requirement includes the completion of six credit hours of approved courses for the degree, chosen from the IUB GenEd World Languages and World Cultures course lists or through an approved International Experience. A student may take one or two IUB GenEd World Language or World Culture courses prior to admission but credits in this cluster are not required to apply to the School of Nursing.

To fulfill the IUB GenEd requirement, a student must take 6 credit hours in either World Language or World Culture coursework. Conversely, the student will not fulfill the requirement with 3 credit hours of World Language and 3 credit hours of World Culture. If a student is choosing to meet the IUB GenEd requirement by studying a foreign language, they must successfully complete the study of a single IUB GenEd approved world language through the second semester of the second year level of college level course work.

Students may also take 6 credit hours (6 weeks) of an approved study abroad program to fulfill the IUB GenEd World Language or World Culture requirement. Admitted nursing students may only study overseas during the summer session.

5.) IUB GenEd Arts and Humanities Requirement
The Humanistic Appreciation cluster is important in developing an understanding of human nature and helps students develop a strong sense of aesthetics.

This requirement includes the completion of six credit hours of approved courses for the degree, chosen from any course listed as an approved IUB GenEd Arts and Humanities course. A student may take one or two Arts and Humanities courses prior to admission but credits fulfilling this requirement are not required to apply to the School of Nursing.

+/- Pre-Nursing Students (entered IUB prior to Summer 2011) with Course List

Course list information: Students who have been taking courses at IUB prior to summer 2011 are not required to complete IUB General Education requirements. Students who are applying to the traditional BSN program as a second degree studentare also exempt from completing the new IUB General Education requirements. The course lists that you must use to complete the School of Nursing degree requirements are titled “Nursing Cluster List sorted by cluster” and “Nursing Cluster List sorted alphabetically”. You can use either of these Nursing Cluster Lists; the courses are the same but they are just sorted two different ways for your convenience.

Nursing Cluster List sorted by cluster (PDF)
Nursing Cluster List sorted alphabetically (PDF)

It is your responsibility to use the correct course list when you are scheduling your courses. If you have any questions or any doubts that you are using the correct list, please email one of the nursing advisors.

+/- Second Degree Traditional Applicants with Course List

Students who already have an undergraduate degree may apply to the traditional 4 year Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) program at IUB. This is not the 20 month Second Degree BSN, Accelerated Track which is offered at IUPUI and IUSB, but is the 4 year traditional BSN program. For more information about the Second Degree BSN, Accelerated Track option, please click here.
Second degree seeking students who are applying to the traditional BSN must meet all admission criteria and complete all pre-requisite courses by the established deadlines. It is strongly recommended that second degree seeking students meet with a nursing advisor for a transcript review prior to beginning this process.

Course list information: Students who have been taking courses at IUB prior to summer 2011 are not required to complete IUB General Education requirements. Students who are applying to the traditional BSN program as a second degree student are also exempt from completing the new IUB General Education requirements. The course lists that you must use to complete the School of Nursing degree requirements are titled “Nursing Cluster List sorted by cluster” and “Nursing Cluster List sorted alphabetically”. You can use either of these Nursing Cluster Lists; the courses are the same but they are just sorted two different ways for your convenience.
Nursing Cluster List sorted by cluster (PDF)
Nursing Cluster List sorted alphabetically (PDF)

It is your responsibility to use the correct course list when you are scheduling your courses. If you have any questions or any doubts that you are using the correct list, please email one of the nursing advisors.

 

+/- Pre-Nursing Students (entered IUB Summer 2011/Fall 2011/Spring 2012) with Course List

Course list information: If you are a pre-nursing student who began taking courses on the IU – Bloomington campus in the summer of 2011, fall 2011 or spring 2012, you are required to complete IUB General Education requirements. The official IUB General Education course lists are available for you to use. Please go to the IUB General Education webpage for these lists. http://www.iu.edu/~bulletin/iub/general-education/2011-2012/.


You must also complete additional requirements for the School of Nursing. These requirements are in the Communication and Critical/Analytical/Science clusters. The School of Nursing has provided a list of courses you may take to fulfill these requirements. This course list is titled “Communication and CAS Course List for IUB GenEd Students.”

Communication and CAS Course List (PDF)

It is your responsibility to use the correct course list when you are scheduling your courses. If you have any questions or any doubts that you are using the correct list, please email one of the nursing advisors.

+/- Pre-Nursing Students (entered IUB Summer 2012/Fall 2012/Spring 2013) with Course List

Course list information: If you are a pre-nursing student who began taking courses on the IU – Bloomington campus in the summer of 2012, fall 2012 or spring 2013, you are required to complete IUB General Education requirements. The official IUB General Education course lists are available for you to use. Please go to the IUB General Education webpage for these lists. http://www.indiana.edu/~bulletin/iub/general-education/2012-2013/index.shtml.

You must also complete additional requirements for the School of Nursing. These requirements are in the Communication and Critical/Analytical/Science clusters. The School of Nursing has provided a list of courses you may take to fulfill these requirements. This course list is titled “Communication and CAS Course List for IUB GenEd Students.” Communication and CAS Course List (PDF)

It is your responsibility to use the correct course list when you are scheduling your courses. If you have any questions or any doubts that you are using the correct list, please email one of the nursing advisors.

+/- Pre-Nursing Students (entered IUB Summer 2013/Fall 2013/Spring 2014) with Course List


Course list information: If you are a pre-nursing student who began taking courses on the IU – Bloomington campus in the summer of 2013, fall 2013or spring 2014, you are required to complete IUB General Education requirements. The official IUB General Education course lists are available for you to use. Please go to the IUB General Education webpage for these lists. http://www.indiana.edu/~bulletin/iub/general-education/2013-2014/index.shtml.

You must also complete additional requirements for the School of Nursing. These requirements are in the Communication and Critical/Analytical/Science clusters. The School of Nursing has provided a list of courses you may take to fulfill these requirements. This course list is titled “Communication and CAS Course List for IUB GenEd Students.” Communication and CAS Course List (PDF)

It is your responsibility to use the correct course list when you are scheduling your courses. If you have any questions or any doubts that you are using the correct list, please email one of the nursing advisors.

+/- Pre-Nursing Students (entered IUB Summer 2014/Fall 2014/Spring 2015) with Course List

Upcoming events!

New Student Orientation: Incoming freshmen will be attending New Student Orientation in the summer of 2014. For information about NSO, please refer to the University Division website.  (http://ud.iub.edu/first-steps/index.shtml)


Be sure to look for the information about the School of Nursing (in Step 2) and find the Academic Interest Worksheet for Pre-Nursing Students by clicking on the Health Professions and Prelaw Center’s Pre-Nursing Registration Instructions page. Print off and complete the AIW prior to coming to NSO. It will help you to be prepared for when you meet with your advisor at Orientation and schedule classes you are interested in!


Welcome Week: We encourage you to attend Welcome Week sessions. For more information about when and where sessions will be held, please refer to the First Year Experiences website (http://fye.indiana.edu/orientation/welcome-week/index.cfm).


Mandatory Application Information Sessions: All freshmen (and returning) students interested in applying to the School of Nursing must attend one Mandatory Application Information Session. These sessions will be in September, 2014. Please check your IU email in August and September for emails about these sessions. The dates, times and location of these sessions will also be posted on our website.


Advising Appointments:  Most incoming freshmen will have an assigned University Division advisor whom you will meet with each semester. If you have any questions about nursing pre-requisites, the nursing application or the nursing curriculum, please feel free to email one of the nursing advisors to set up an appointment.

Course list information: If you are a pre-nursing student who began taking courses on the IU – Bloomington campus in the summer of 2014, fall 2014 or spring 2015, you are required to complete IUB General Education requirements. The official IUB General Education course lists are available for you to use. http://www.indiana.edu/~bulletin/iub/general-education/2014-2015/index.shtml


You must also complete additional requirements for the School of Nursing. These requirements are in the Critical/Analytical/Science cluster and if you have earned exemption without credit for ENG-W 131, then you will need to take 3 credit hours in the Communication cluster. The School of Nursing has provided a list of courses you may take to fulfill these requirements. This course list is titled “Communication and CAS Course List for IUB GenEd Students.” Communication and CAS Course List (PDF)  

It is your responsibility to use the correct course list when you are scheduling your courses. If you have any questions or any doubts that you are using the correct list, please email one of the nursing advisors.

Thinking About Applying to the Hutton Honors College too?
Some students are interested in applying to the Hutton Honors College at IUB. If you are interested in earning the Hutton Honors Notation and you intend to apply to the IU School of Nursing, you should plan to take at least one Hutton Honors College course during your freshman year. The Hutton Honors College offers courses which also meet the IUB GenEd requirements so be sure to look for one of those. For more information, see the Hutton Honors College website and plan to meet with a Hutton Honors College advisor.

+/- Prospective Students

Do you enjoy working with people? Do you like math and science courses? Are you interested in a career that is challenging but rewarding? One that requires you to be flexible and responsible?

Nursing is a career that combines science & math skills and the latest technology with caring for people – young or old, healthy or sick. Nursing is a scientific profession combined with a comprehensive vision of the patient. Nurses provide state-of-the-art patient care, often using the latest technology. However, nurses also care for people’s physical, emotional, psychological, intellectual, social, and spiritual needs. Therefore, students interested in nursing need courses and training in both the natural sciences and the social sciences. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) major seeks to teach students how to assess, develop, plan, implement, and evaluate plans of care for individuals, families, and communities.

To be a nurse, you must be compassionate, flexible, a good communicator and a critical thinker. You must be able to problem solve and make essential decisions, often very quickly. You need communication skills to effectively care for their patients, families and communities. Nursing can be physically and mentally demanding. As a nurse, you often work long hours and make critical decisions. Caring for others can be difficult. You must have the ability to adapt to stressful situations and have stamina.


It is very important that you spend the time now to shadow a registered nurse to get a full understanding of the work that nurses do. We strongly encourage students to shadow nurses prior to making the decision to major in nursing.  Students who have observed nurses providing care to patients and families have said that the experience was inspiring and very helpful in making their career choice. Their goal of nursing has become very concrete and heart-felt. In addition to shadowing, some high schools offer courses where students may observe nurses and other health professionals. This would be a great opportunity to learn more about the many careers where you can work with people in a health care setting.

Thinking About Visiting IU Bloomington?
Visiting the IU Bloomington campus is important. Our nursing advisors are happy to meet with prospective students and parents when their schedules allow. If you are a prospective student and have specific questions or would like more information, please call our office at 812-855-1736 or 812-855-6875.


If you are planning a visit to the Bloomington campus, you may also want to plan to attend an academic session for pre-nursing students and their families. During the academic session, we review the current BSN Planning Guide in detail. These sessions are held in small groups with plenty of opportunity for questions.


Academic sessions for prospective high school students are given most weekdays throughout the academic year at 2:00pm.  Please visit Indiana University Office of Admissions to schedule your session.  The academic sessions for pre-nursing students are held on the 4th floor in Sycamore Hall.

Of course the Office of Admissions has information for high school seniors! But did you know that they also have webpages specifically for high school juniors and high school sophomores? There are also webpages especially for parents.

Thinking About Applying to the Hutton Honors College too?
Some students are interested in applying to the Hutton Honors College at IUB. If you are interested in earning the Hutton Honors Notation and you intend to apply to the IU School of Nursing, you should plan to take at least one Hutton Honors College course during your freshman year. The Hutton Honors College offers courses which also meet the IUB GenEd requirements so be sure to look for one of those. For more information, see the Hutton Honors College website and plan to meet with a Hutton Honors College advisor.

+/- Transfer Student Information

If you are considering applying transferring to IUB to apply to the School of Nursing, it is STRONGLY advised that you meet with a School of Nursing advisor prior to transferring to IUB.


The nursing admission requirements are the same for IU Bloomington, IUPUI and IUPUC but they may vary for the regional campuses. Applicants for admission at IUB, IUPUI and IUPC are placed into one of three categories listed below.


Category A – CORE Campus Applicants - IUB (Bloomington), IUPUI (Indianapolis) and IUPUC (Columbus): Indiana University students who have taken at least 51% of their pre-nursing credit hours listed on their application at the Indiana University campus to which they are applying. Students are considered to be in Category A for the Bloomington, Indianapolis and Columbus campuses, if they have earned at least 51% of their pre- nursing credit hours listed on their application at IUB (Bloomington), IUPUC(Columbus), or IUPUI (Indianapolis).


Category B – INTERCAMPUS TRANSFERS: Students who have taken at least 51% of their pre-nursing credit hours on an Indiana University campus other than IUB, IUPUI or IUPUC where they are applying, but now wish to change campus sites for the completion of the nursing major.


Category C – TRANSFER Students: Students who have taken at least 51% of their pre-nursing credit hours outside the Indiana University educational system who now wish to complete their nursing major at either IUB (Bloomington), IUPUI (Indianapolis) or IUPUC (Columbus).


IMPORTANT NOTE: Priority for admission will be given to all qualified applicants in Category A before considering qualified applicants from Category B and Category C. In recent years all available spots in the nursing program on the Bloomington and IUPUI campuses have been filled by Category A applicants. Within each category, applicants are then ranked according to total application rating and campus preference.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Students must have an established IU cumulative GPA of a minimum 2.7 at the time of application to the School of Nursing.

Advising Appointments: We strongly encourage any student who is interested in transferring to IUB to contact a nursing advisor for an appointment. Prior to your advising appointment, the advisor would also like to review your previous college/university transcript. If a student would like to be classified as a Category A applicant, then the student and advisor will need to discuss which transfer credits may be used on the nursing application (up to 49%) and which courses would need to be taken at IUB.


Transfer credit links: For students who are transferring from another public college or university in Indiana to IUB, please refer to the Transfer IN website for course transfer information. For students who are transferring from a private IN college or university or from out-of-state, please refer to the IUB Credit Transfer Service database.

 

IUB CAMPUS OFFICES AND RESOURCES
IUB SCHOOL OF NURSING RESOURCES

IUB Office of Admissions (to apply to IUB and schedule a campus visit)

University Division New Students Website (First year Advising and Orientation)

Office of First Year Experience (New Student Programming)

IUB Health Professions and Pre-Law Center (Other Health Majors)

Residential Programs and Services (Housing)

IUB Bursar's Office (Fees and Tuition)

Office of the Registrar (Student Academic Information - Schedule of Classes, Course Information, Policies)

Office of Student Financial Assistance (Scholarships, Loans, FAFSA information)

Advising Appointments

Sample BSN Curriculum (PDF)

IUSON Essential Abillities Policy (PDF)

IUSON Computer Policy (PDF)

Nursing Departmental Honors Program

IU School of Nursing Scholarships

The IU School of Nursing Scholarship Deadline is March 2015 (TBD).

IU School of Nursing Scholarship Description for Pre Nursing Students

2014-2015 Occupational Outlook Handbook

 

 


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