Applying to Utica University’s ABSN Program
If you meet the basic admissions requirements for our accelerated nursing program and are ready to get moving on your nursing education, here are the five key steps involved in applying to the Utica ABSN program.
1. Meet with an Admissions Representative
The application process begins when you meet with an admissions representative to discuss your academic experience and future career goals. This representative will serve as your main point of contact during the entire admissions/application process.
2. Develop an Academic Plan
It is important to work with your admissions representative to create a personalized academic plan that works toward your target program start date. We offer program start dates in January, May, and August.
3. Complete Prerequisite Courses
Before you can apply to our ABSN program, you must complete a series of general and natural science prerequisite courses within the required specifications. Through our PREP program, all of these courses can be completed 100% online.
4. Apply to our ABSN Program
Your admissions representative will provide you with a way to access the online application for the ABSN program in Syracuse, NY or Albany, NY. Please be aware there is a $40 application fee and a $150 non-refundable admissions deposit.
Ask your admission representative how you can get an application fee waiver by completing a simple survey.
5. Mail Official Transcripts
You will need to send us your official transcripts from the college or university you previously attended.
Attn: ABSN Program
290 Elwood Davis Road, Suite 200
Liverpool, New York 13088
“It was easy …”—Kristin K., ABSN student, commenting on her application experience with Utica ABSN.
Contact us to schedule your appointment with an admissions representative. If you want more details on our admissions process, download our Admissions Checklist.
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