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Admission Information for the School of Nursing

The School of Nursing (SON) proudly offers a variety of degree tracks to meet the needs of the regional healthcare community. For specific admission requirements and steps, please click on the track name below to expand the information. Be sure to access all embedded links. Additionally, important dates may be accessed here or through the menu on the right of the SON homepage while answers to FAQs may be found here or through the menu on the left of this page. Questions regarding admission to the Nurse Anesthesiology track may be directed to NAP Admissions while questions regarding admission to all other nursing tracks may be directed to Nursing AdmissionsPlease note that there is not a separate nursing program application for any of our degree tracks.

Candidates seeking online, distance learning options who do not reside in Florida are encouraged to first review the State Authorization page for distance learning before making application.

Candidates who use a clearinghouse for transcript delivery should be advised that transcripts should never be directed to the program or to Nursing Admissions. Rather, undergraduate applicants should verify the correct email for this with the One-Stop Student Services at (904) 620-5555 and graduate applicants with the Graduate School at (904) 620-1360. Misdirected transcripts cannot be processed by the School of Nursing.



Please be advised that the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) requirement has been discontinued for the Fall 2020 application cycle due to closed testing locations across the country.   Candidates for Fall 2020 Regular and Accelerated Prelicensure BSN do not need to submit scores despite the below directions.  T he requirement will be reinstated for the 2021 application cycles. 

Undergraduate Tracks

Graduate Tracks