Admission into nursing programs is extremely competitive, but select students who choose to begin their college career at Wesleyan are given the opportunity to apply for the Guaranteed Acceptance Program (GAP).
Students admitted to the GAP are required to meet the same requirements while at Wesleyan before beginning the nursing program as other students applying to the School of Nursing, but GAP students who meet the following criteria are given priority over any other applicants to the nursing program.
High school seniors admitted to Wesleyan College as first-year students who do not meet the GAP requirements or who are denied admission to the GAP Program will still be listed as “pre-nursing” majors and may still apply to the nursing program during their sophomore year at Wesleyan.
GAP students may take not more than two courses at other institutions after graduation from high school. Students planning to take transient courses must have courses pre-approved by Division of Nursing faculty and Registrar office.
Please contact the Admissions Office at (800) 447-6610 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about Wesleyan College or the Bachelor of Science nursing program.
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