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Applying to Mount Carmel College of Nursing

There are two options to choose from when applying for admissions to Mount Carmel College of Nursing: Completing the online application or completing a paper application and mailing it to the MCCN Office of Admissions.

Undergraduate Program Applications

Students in Program

Traditional and Advanced Placement Programs

Deadlines:
Traditional: July 15;
Advanced Placement Program: January 15

Students in Program

Online RN-BSN Completion Program

Deadlines:
Spring Start: Feb 4;
Summer Start: March 9;
Fall Start: Sept 21

Students in Program

Second Degree Accelerated Program (13 months)

Deadline:
Rolling Admissions Year-Round

Second Degree Accelerated Program Hybrid (18 months)

Deadline:
Rolling Admissions Year-Round

Graduate Program Applications

Students in Program

Master of Science

Deadlines:
Fall Cohort All Tracks: June 30th;
Spring Cohort All Tracks: November 30th

Students in Program

Doctor of Nursing Practice

Deadlines:
Spring Start: November 20th;
Summer Start: March 20th

 

Post-Graduate Certificates

Students in Program

Post-Graduate Certificate Nursing Education.

Deadlines:
Fall Cohort Tracks: June 30th;
Spring Cohort Tracks: November 30th

Students in Program

Post-Graduate Certificate Nursing Leadership - Clinical Operations.

Deadlines:
Fall Cohort Tracks: June 30th;
Spring Cohort Tracks: November 30th

Students in Program

Post-Graduate Certificate Family Nurse Practitioner and Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner.

Deadlines:
Fall Cohort Tracks: June 30th;
Spring Cohort Tracks: November 30th

Students in Program

Post-Graduate Certificate: Hybrid Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner

Deadlines:
Fall Cohort Tracks: June 30th;
Spring Cohort Tracks: November 30th

Students in Program

Post-Graduate Certificate: Online (Accelerated) Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (For NPs working in acute care settings)

Deadlines:
Fall Cohort Tracks: June 30th;
Spring Cohort Tracks: November 30th

 

Paper applications should be mailed to:

Office of Admissions
127 South Davis Ave.
Columbus, Ohio 43222

International Students

Mount Carmel College of Nursing does not issue Immigration Form I-20 from the U.S. Department of Immigration and Naturalization Service. Therefore, the College is not eligible to accept new or transfer international students who need I-20 credentialing. The College welcomes international applicants who do not require an I-20 clearance.

Required Residence Living

First year (Fall Semester) undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Nursing pre-licensure program full-time and part-time students (freshmen) who live outside a 35-mile radius, and full-time and part-time sophomores living in residence as of April 30 of the previous academic year, are required to live on campus.

Technology requirements for our programs

Why Choose Us

29%

undergraduate minority students

90%

students receiving financial aid

#1

largest private BSN program in Ohio