In conjunction with the general admission requirements of the University, program applicants must:
Submit a completed Graduate Application Form or apply
online for free.
Submit an official transcript of a Bachelor of Science degree
with a major in Nursing which is accredited by both a regional accrediting
organization and a nationally recognized accrediting agency in Nursing
Applicants to the Post-Masters Certificate as a Gerontological
Nurse Practitioner must also submit an official transcript which
demonstrates graduation from a regionally accredited Masters degree
program in Nursing.
Request that each college attended forward official transcripts
directly to Neumann Universitys Admissions Office.
Have an undergraduate or graduate cumulative GPA of 3.00. Outstanding
applicants whose GPA is less than 3.00 are considered for conditional
Provide letters from two (2) persons recommending the applicants
capacity for graduate study. One must be provided by a professional
nurse who has observed the applicants clinical performance. All letters must be official, either on letterhead and in a sealed envelope, signed by the recommender or directly from the recommender via email.
Provide a copy of a current registered nursing license for
Complete one year of recent clinical practice as a Registered Nurse.
Submit a current résumé.
Have official TOEFL scores submitted directly from ETS (if of a non-native English-speaking country). Non-U.S. citizens must provide an Affidavit of Support.
Once all admission materials have been received and processed through the Office of Admissions, the graduate Program Director/Coordinator will arrange for an interview, if appropriate, following a review of all candidate credentials.
A limited number of federally funded
nurse traineeships are available for
full-time students. Funds from the Mary
Alice Holland Scholarship Fund are also
awarded to selected graduate students.
For additional information about either traineeships or scholarship funds, call the Division of Nursing and Health Sciences at 610-558-5561.
For more information, please call the Office of Admissions
and Financial Aid at (610) 558-5616 or (800) 9-NEUMANN or feel free to
e-mail us at GRADADULTADMISS@neumann.edu