Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Early Admission Option for High School Students

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Early Admission option degree program at Wichita State University is a benefit given to high school students who start their college career here at Wichita State. This program guarantees up to 30 eligible students a place in our nursing program, contingent upon fulfilling certain requirements.


Key Program Features

  • Be admitted sooner. High school students can find out in their senior year if they're admitted into the WSU undergraduate nursing program.
  • Guaranteed admittance. Early Admission students are guaranteed admission into the program contingent upon fulfilling certain requirements.
  • Enjoy more benefits. Early Admission students enjoy the benefits of WSU resources and College of Health Professions’ student organizations.
  • Receive personalized assistance. Early Admission students are assigned a designated adviser, who assists them in achieving their educational goals.

Program FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions About the Program
Question Answer
Program Entry Point Fall, Spring

Program Length

2-2.5 years prerequisites; 2 years professional program

Study Plan Requirements Maintain full-time enrollment at WSU during fall and spring semesters, take all coursework upon Freshman entry at WSU
Application Period July 1 – August 5 (example, July 1, 2016 - August 5, 2017)
Application Start July 1 – summer prior to starting your Senior year in high school
Application Deadline August 5 – prior to Freshman entry to WSU; admission is on a first come, first served basis
Class Size 30 per semester (Fall or Spring), then waitlist only
Application Ratio N/A
Application Requirements

Admission to Wichita State University as a Health Sciences major, pre-nursing concentration; Meet necessary minimum score requirements:
ACT – 21 composite, SAT – 1060 composite

Examination Requirements ACT and/or WSU math and English placement exams