Acceptance to the Associate of Science in Nursing Program at St. Catherine is a two-step process. First, you must apply to the university and be accepted as an associate pre-nursing student (covered on this page). Once you have been admitted and completed prerequisite course work (typically at the end of your first year), you will apply to the nursing department to begin nursing courses.
Spaces in this program are in demand. Being a pre-nursing student, and completing prerequisite courses on time, is your key to gaining a space in nursing courses.
Apply now to enter the pre-nursing program in the Spring 2013 semester. Spaces are limited — apply soon.
Applicants must have the following to be considered for admission to the University:
- High school diploma or GED
All students intending to apply for this program should attend a nursing information session in order to have their questions answered prior to beginning the application process.
Please make a list of educational institutions (including high schools or GED scores), training programs, military, etc., that you have attended or currently attend and arrange to have official transcripts sent in a signed, sealed envelope directly to the Associate Admission Office at the address below.
Official transcripts are required for all institutions you have attended, regardless of completion of coursework. Please note that failure to submit official transcripts from all institutions you have attended may result in refusal or cancellation of admission.
Education outside of the U.S. (if applicable)
If you have completed course work outside of the United States, visit the Associate Admission website to learn more about providing documentation.
Send all application materials to:
St. Catherine University
Office of Associate Admission
601 25th Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55454
Your application and supporting materials will be reviewed based on past academic history and your personal statement. The goal of the admission process is to admit a diverse, motivated group of pre-nursing students capable of succeeding in a rigorous academic program.
Please notify us if your mailing address changes at any point during the application process, as you will be receive notification of the admission decision by U.S. Mail.
Please call the Office of Associate Admission at (651) 690-7800 if you have any questions.