Students seeking admission to a nursing program at MTC who have been enrolled in, but not completed, another nursing program must complete the following requirements to be considered for admission:
- Have official transcripts sent directly from the former college(s) to MTC's Admissions Office.
- Meet the Nursing Program's admission requirements.
- Submit a letter to the Admissions Office stating the desire to transfer.
- Submit to the Admissions Office copies of content outlines of all nursing courses that the student wants transfer consideration.
- Submit a letter to the Admissions Office from the Dean or Director of the former Nursing Program that addresses the student's
- theoretical standing
- clinical standing
- eligibility for continuing or readmission to that program
Note: Only students who are able to continue in the former nursing program are considered for transfer. Student must have successfully completed at least one semester of clinical coursework to be considered for transfer.
- Meet MTC's requirement for 25 percent of the curriculum credit hours to be taken at MTC.
- Meet all prerequisite and corequisite courses applicable to the semester for which the student is seeking entry. Biologies must be taken within five years of the date of entry in the nursing program.
- If it has been longer than 9 months but less than 13 months since completion of the last clinical course, validation of previous coursework will be required. If it has been longer than 13 months since completion of the last clinical course, the student is not eligible for transfer at advanced standing.
- Once it is determined that a student is eligible for transfer, a contingency plan will be mailed to the student for consideration. Transfer requests are honored contingent on space availability. Continuing students have priority over transfer requests.
Do I need to complete advisement before I can register for classes?
Yes. Students must have a completed Advisement Form or have been web-enabled (for online registration) by their advisor in order to register for classes. Students who are not web-enabled must meet with their academic advisor to discuss their program’s curriculum and obtain approval for each semester’s courses. For more information, please visit Academic Advisement.