How to apply
The application and its material should be submitted by the deadline. Monitor the completion of your application packet by logging into your online application portal, or by calling the Office of Admissions.
New applicants admission process
- Submit the online application.
- Submit the names and email addresses of your two recommenders as part of the application. The Office of Admissions will contact your recommenders via email using an online form.
- Attach your personal statement for nursing and your resume as part of the application.
- Submit your official transcripts. Electronic submission is recommended.
Applicants who have declined their initial offer or who were waitlisted
If you were admitted at one time, but declined the offer of admissions to the major or did move off the waitlist (e.g. you did not commence the program), you need to submit a new application. The Office of Admissions retains application materials for only one year.
If it has been more than one year since the quarter you were first offered admission, follow the steps for new applicants noted above. If it has been less than one year, you may be required to submit updated material. For example, if you have a new position/job, you’ll be asked to submit an updated resume and supervisor recommendation; or, if you’ve completed additional coursework, you will be required to submit updated transcripts. For more information and assistance, contact the Office of Admissions.
If you were previously admitted to the nursing program and attended courses, you are considered a returning student.
Follow these steps:
- Meet with a Program Advisor, use our scheduling page to schedule a time.
- Complete the Returning Student Application.
- Submit supporting application materials as required by the Nursing Admissions Committee.
- Submit updated official transcripts as requested. Electronic submission is recommended.
The US Immigration Services Law, states that international applicants holding an F-1 visa are only eligible to apply to our Bothell campus (not our off-site locations of Everett and Kirkland). For more information, please contact the International Center for Education at 425-352-3876.
If you need a student visa to study in the U.S. or if you have any other type of temporary, non-immigrant visa, you are considered an International Applicant. To apply to the program on our Bothell campus, review the International Student Services Admissions page and meet with an Admission Advisor before applying.