XAVIER UNIVERSITY’S ACCELERATED BSN ADMISSION OVERVIEW
Perfect for college graduates and career changers, our second-degree ABSN program makes it possible to earn a quality BSN in 16 months. To begin the accelerated nursing admissions process, you need a non-nursing college degree and a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7. Also, you must satisfy the ABSN prerequisites before you can start the program.
GETTING INTO OUR ABSN PROGRAM
As long as you’re eligible, you can apply for a spring, summer, or fall term at one of our three ABSN program locations in Ohio—Cincinnati, Cleveland, or Columbus.
If you are admitted for a term and do not want to start that term you will have to wait one year to reapply.
Due to the competitive nature of nursing school, we recommend contacting our admission team as soon as possible. We follow a rolling admission process, which means we review applications as they come in, rather than waiting for the submission deadline to pass. Admitted students have the opportunity to secure a spot in their preferred term on a first-come, first-served basis.
THE SUPPORT YOU NEED ON YOUR PATH TO NURSING
We not only have one of the most accessible ABSN programs in Ohio, but also one of the most supportive admission teams around. By choosing Xavier University for your accelerated nursing education, you can expect a high level of personalized attention from your admission counselor every step of the way.
Your assigned accelerated nursing admissions counselor will help you navigate the entire admissions process. They will advise you on what documents you will need to gather, which requirements you will need to fulfill and keep you informed on any deadlines you will need to meet. They will be there to answer any questions you have and make sure you have a smooth application process.
Contact us to learn more about our Accelerated BSN admission process.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the basic admission requirements for our ABSN program?
Whether you’re interested in our Cincinnati, Cleveland, or Columbus ABSN program, you need a non-nursing bachelor’s degree and a cumulative GPA of 2.70 to meet the minimum eligibility requirements. Additionally, before you can begin nursing school, you must satisfy our four prerequisite requirements.
How much does the program cost?
How can I get help applying to the program?
Our admissions counselors are a great source of support and are ready to help you gather all the necessary documents to apply to our program. They can also help you identify which requirements you may need to meet and answer any questions you may have.
ABSN 101 Guide
Download our ABSN 101 Guide to help you successfully navigate the accelerated path to nursing.