Ellen Finley Earhart Department of Nursing

Application Process - ADN

Procedure to Request Acceptance to the Associate of Science in Nursing Program GO

Last Day to Schedule Admission Testing is Wednesday, May 13th @ 4:00 p.m.  Any notifications after 4:00 p.m. on May 13th will not be scheduled for the current application season.

ADN Application packets are emailed to students. The packet contains information about Park University, the Department of Nursing and the A.D. N. program, financial aid, reference forms, and other materials. Closely follow the instructions included in the emailed packet. To request an application packet to be emailed to you for the following August class, email your contact information including your name, email address and phone number to:

  1. The 2016-2017 ADN Application Season:
    • Is Open Year Round, the application process must be 100% completed by the 15th of April to be considered for the next cohort.

  2. Applicants:
    • Must be a Licensed Practical Nurse in the state of Missouri.
      OR must be currently enrolled in a PN program with graduation date prior to the next starting date of program.
    • If you are a Practical Nurse licensed in another state, you will be required to submit a Missouri Temporary PN License two (2) weeks prior to the beginning of the August class in order to remain an accepted applicant.
      See also: Admissions Criteria
      See also: Missouri Board of Nursing

  3. Park University's Online Application for Admission

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