Admission to the USF School of Nursing and Health Professions is selective and based on an overall appraisal of your preparedness for college-level study. Evidence of academic preparation and achievement, test scores, letters of recommendation, and the personal statement are given careful consideration. Visit the Office of Undergraduate Admissions for more information on applying to the University of San Francisco Bachelor of Health Services program.
First Year Students
Students are admitted to the USF School of Nursing and Health Professions as regular students or conditional admits. Both regular and conditional admit students are held to the same standards for progression within the Bachelor of Health Services (BHS) program.
First year applicants who have less than a “C” average in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Physiology, Algebra II, Advanced Math, or any Honors or AP science courses will not be admitted to the program.
Conditionally Admitted Students
Students with conditional admit status can register for four academic courses during their first semester. They must also complete College Success Courses I and II, which are provided by Academic Support Services.
If appropriate, conditionally admitted students may be placed on a 4.5- to 5-year curriculum plan. Students in this track will take one science course their first semester and one to two science courses the second semester. They will then begin their coursework in nursing while taking a fourth science course during their third semester. An assigned academic adviser will monitor this progress on a monthly basis. Conditionally admitted students will also receive individual evaluations by the Learning & Writing Center.
Transfer Bachelor of Health Services Students
Transfer students must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 (cumulative) to be considered for admission into the Bachelor of Health Services program.
How to Apply
The Office of Undergraduate Admission offers two ways to complete the University of San Francisco application: The Common Application and USF’s online application. Equal consideration is given to both. Visit the Apply Now page to learn more.
November 15: Early Decision (binding)
November 15: Early Action (non-binding)
January 15: Regular Action
February 1: FAFSA must be submitted
February 15: International applicants
November 1: International applicants
December 15: Domestic applicants
Financial Aid: Apply for current semester aid asap
March 2: FAFSA for next term
Visit the undergraduate admissions website for more information on deadlines.
Applicants will receive notification from the Office of Undergraduate Admission that their application has been received and is complete within three weeks of receipt.
The Office of Undergraduate Admission has provided application instructions that list all required information and documentation. This information will be essential to submitting the most compelling application possible.
If you have questions about these requirements or would like further information, please contact the School of Nursing and Health Professions at (415) 422-6681 or email@example.com.