UDC RN to BS in Nursing Frequently Asked Question (FAQ)
- A Registered Nurse?
Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program: Academic Advisors
|Advisors||Advisees (Alphabets of Last Names)||Office Location, Email and Telephone|
|Professor Elmira Asongwed||A-F and N, O||Building 44 Suite 200-27
|Dr. Anne Marie Jean-Baptiste||G-M and P, Q||Building 44 Suite 200-26
|Dr. Pier A. Broadnax||R- Z||Building 44 Room 200-30
If you are a registered nurse and wish to take classes at UDC, the deadlines for admission applications to UDC are mid-November for spring, mid-June for fall and early May for summer entrance. Visit the website at www.udc.edu/admission/ for detailed information. No baccalaureate nursing courses may be taken until students possess a valid District of Columbia RN license.
What is the process to be admitted to nursing programs?
The Office of Admission processes applications to the university. Admission to the university does not guarantee admission to the RN to BS in Nursing program. Students are not automatically admitted to the nursing program. The admission criteria are a 2.7 GPA and an active RN license.
What was the Research Infrastructure in Minority Institutions (RIMI)Project that the UDC Department of Nursing and Allied Health conducted from 2005-2011 under the leadership of Dr. Connie M. Webster?
Click on the following link to learn about the grant and related activities.
Research Infrastructure in Minority Institutions [RIMI] Project
Does UDC have a free nursing program?
No. There was a grant that provided scholarships for beginning nursing students in partnership with a local hospital, but the program no longer exists. The Capitol Health Careers grant provided scholarships to nursing students and it ended in 2013.