Lenoir-Rhyne University School of Nursing Application- Fall 2019
Deadline to apply: Current LRU Students- March 1st; Transfer Students- April 1st. All information will be kept confidential. Give yourself 45 minutes to complete the application- you are not able to pause and resume the application. Before you start the application, make sure you have your unofficial transcript available so you can input grades. If you have any questions, you may contact Piper.Stephens@lr.edu or 828-328-7281.
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Last 4 digits of SS# *
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Home Address/ City/ State/ Zip Code *
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LR Email (for those currently attending LR)
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Personal Email (for those not currently attending LR)
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Cell Phone *
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Semester & Year entered LR (if not a current student, write semester applicant plans to start) *
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Please select all of the following that have been completed. *
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Select the grades for prerequisites (or equivalents) that have been completed. Not all prerequisites must be completed before fall enrollment. Check course catalog for prerequisites to specific courses. If you are currently enrolled or have not yet taken a course, use the horizontal scroll bar to select the appropriate choice. Students must make a C or better in prerequisites. *
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BIO 281- Anatomy & Physiology 1
BIO 282- Anatomy & Physiology 1
CHM 101/103- Chemistry
BIO 220/212- Microbiology or Bacteriology
MAT 115/215- Statistics
PSY 100- General Psychology
PSY 320- Developmental Psychology
SOC 100- Intro to Sociology
HES 288- Nutrition
NAT 388- Environmental Science
NUR 231-Intro to Prof. Nursing
NUR 235- Health Assessment
If you did not take the TEAS at LRU, you must email a copy to the School of Nursing to complete your application. TEAS REPORT MUST BE RECEIVED BY DEADLINE. *
If you do not have your CNA I certification, you will be required to have it and be listed on the NC CNA Registry NO LATER than August 1st, 2019. *
Upon acceptance into the School of Nursing, students will be given information on how to complete a drug test and background check. Enrollment in the nursing program is contingent upon satisfactory completion of drug testing and criminal background check results that allow students to complete clinical education. In addition, immunization must be up-to-date in order to meet the requirements of clinical agency requirements. *
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