Frequently Asked Questions: Nursing Transfer Students
Who is considered a transfer student?
A transfer student classification is for any student with college credit who graduated from high school more than one year ago. Any student who has already completed one or more undergraduate degrees is not eligible to apply for the program.
What are the requirements to be admissible into the program?
Transfer students must have a Minimum Cumulative College GPA of 3.0 overall, as well as a Minimum 3.0 Cumulative GPA within all math and sciences courses. Once the director has received your application along with all of your transcripts, it will be evaluated on an individual basis. Once you have met all the requirements and upon approval of the director of the program, you will be placed on the Transfer waitlist.
What does the Wait List mean?
Once a transfer student is placed on the transfer waiting list they will be notified in April of where they rank on the list. The list is ranked academically with the range in GPA’s from 3.0 - 4.0.
When will I find out if I have a spot?
There are only 60 spots in the nursing program and those 60 spots are given first come first serve to freshmen students. Come May 1st, if there are remaining spots in the program, that have not been filled by freshmen students, they will then be filled by transfer students on the waitlist.
How many credits can I transfer into the program?
Transfer students are allowed to transfer in a maximum of 32 credits from another institution, and transfer students will have four years in the program regardless of how many credits are able to transfer in.
For more information on the Aquinas College/University of Detroit Mercy (Detroit Mercy) BSN Program, please call Ashley Manor at (616) 632-2877 or firstname.lastname@example.org.