Important Information for Admitted Students
Students will be notified of admission decisions via email to their personal email account and to their @MUN email account. Acceptance letters are no longer mailed. It is important, therefore, to ensure that we have an accurate email address on file and that students check it regularly. It is also important to set up your @MUN email account.
Notification of Admission Decisions:
- Admission decisions for LPN Bridging Option applicants will be emailed by the end of March.
- Admission decisions for high school applicants will be emailed by the third week of April.
- All other admission decisons for the Four Year Program and for Fast-Track Option applicants will be emailed by the first week of June.
Once students have been accepted, they MUST send us confirmation if they accept their seat and if they have read, understand and meet the required ARNNL Requisite Skills and Abilities for Entry-Level Registered Nurse Practise.
For those applicants that have been Wait Listed: The Wait List will exist until around the first or second week of classes in September. If a seat becomes available for you from the Wait List, you will be called and asked if you wish to accept the offered seat.
There are specific Program requirements for students once they are admitted to the Bachelor of Nursing (Collaborative) Program. These requirements are not admission requirements and therefore do not have to be completed for admission, however it is strongly advised that they are completed before classes begin in September. The Nursing sites, not the Nursing Consortium Office, coordinate these Program requirements.
Additional critical requirements, coordinated by the Nursing sites, include:
- Certification of Standard First Aid and CPR at the health care provider/professional level (CPR-HCP)
- Student Information Form
- Immunization Records and Bloodwork as required
Once a student has been offered admission and has confirmed seat acceptance, the site to which the student has been accepted will send an information package containing course registration and orientation information. This information will be sent before registration begins in July.
Any student admitted to the Program after July will be contacted by the specific Nursing site once the site is notified of the acceptance.
Nursing 1520: Admitted students should note that Nursing 1520, Extended Practise 1, begins at the end of the Winter semester of Year 1 of the Program and can run into the first week of June. Successfully completing Nursing 1520 is a requirement of the Program, therefore students must be present until Nursing 1520 concludes outside the normal semester dates.