BSN Student Readmission

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  • A student who withdraws from the traditional BSN program for personal or academic reasons must meet the following criteria to be considered for readmission:
    • Complete an exit interview with designated member of the Nursing Department
    • Complete the form: “Withdraw of Student from BSN Program”
    • Apply in writing for readmission to the Nursing Program by published deadlines (February 1st for Fall semester consideration; October 1st for Spring semester consideration)
    • Achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.0
    • Submit proof of current liability and health insurance, CPR renewal, TB testing, required immunizations, and fingerprints/criminal background check by due date.
    • If withdraw is for medical reasons, you must submit a new Health Physical form and Return to Clinical/Medical Release form.
    • Follow all policies of the student handbook for the year of readmission
    • Traditional BSN students waiting to re-enter the nursing program may take the following courses early if they wish: NSG 343, 349, 365, and a nursing elective.
    • If a student fails a clinical, but passes the corresponding theory course, the student is encouraged to audit the theory course while retaking the clinical course.
    • Any other Faculty recommendations indicated on withdraw form.
  • A returning student must meet the nursing requirements in effect at the time of re-admission.
  • A student who has not been enrolled at Miami for a semester or more will need to re-activate his or her enrollment through the “Returning Former Student” admission process.