Admission Requirements — Associate and Bachelor Degrees
Prospective students must submit the following materials to the Office of Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions, Mount Aloysius College, Cresson, PA 16630, (814) 886-6383:
- Application for Admission with non-refundable $30 fee; payable once;
- Evidence of completion (or anticipated completion) of study at an approved secondary school (or GED diploma), college transcript if transferring from another college;
- SAT or ACT college board scores. Taking the college placement test does not exempt a student from submitting the SAT or ACT scores. College board scores must be received prior to matriculation. *Note: College board scores are not required of an applicant who has graduated five years prior to date of application.
- Nursing applicants must provide evidence of completion of an associate degree earned at a regionally-accredited college or diploma in nursing from an approved school of nursing (for those students applying for the RN-BSN program, only), with a minimum 2.0 cumulative quality point
- College or nursing school transcript.
- Health forms including health history, physical exam and immunization record, are obtained from the Health Services Office. Completed health forms are returned to the Director of Health Services and kept confidential. Health forms are required of all students prior to the start of classes.
- Students who have completed at least twelve (12) credits at another college or university but did not obtain a degree must submit a College Clearance Form signed and completed by the Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students at the students’ previous institution of higher learning. The Office of Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions supplies the form to the transfer student.
An official copy of the college or diploma school of nursing transcript must be sent directly to the Vice President for Enrollment Management; transcript must currently indicate the date, type of degree, and field of study. Although students may be admitted into the RN-BSN program before being licensed to practice, evidence of licensure must be submitted before enrolling in NU 316P Leadership Practicum.