STC - BSN Program

STC-BSN at a glance

Program Description:

The BSN program at STC focuses on advancing competencies and values needed to meet the demands of the current healthcare system.

The RN-to-BSN Program selection process is Competitive Entry based on a Point System. Points are given for the following selection criteria: cumulative GPA upon conferral of AAS-ADN, core curriculum cumulative GPA, and additional points as listed on the Application Form. A Cutoff Score is calculated for each application period based on the qualified applicant pool, the number of slots available, and may vary for each application period. Completed applications are ranked from highest to lowest points and admission is based solely on this ranking.

Admission Requirements:

  • Current, unencumbered RN License to practice in Texas or an Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact RN License

  • Information Session Certificate of Completion

  • Personal letter of intent and curriculum vitae detailing academic career and professional experience

  • Three letters of professional recommendation from faculty members or employers

  • Official documentation of all required immunizations or proof of positive serology:

    • Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis (Tdap) – within the last 10 years

    • Hepatitis B – 3 vaccine series is required or proof of positive serology

    • MMR – 2 doses are required or proof of positive serology

    • Varicella – 2 doses are required or positive serology

    • Meningitis (MCV4) for entering students under the age of 22 – 1 dose is accepted if
      within the last 5 years or must have 2 completed doses

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