Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
The BSN Online Application for Fall 2021 is now closed.
Our Fall 2022 Online Application will begin October 2021, please check back late August, 2021 for the online application.
BSN PROGRAM INFORMATION:
St. David’s School of Nursing offers a traditional BSN program that admits the 100 most highly-qualified students once a year for the fall semester. Prerequisite courses must be completed at Texas State in San Marcos or at another accredited university or college. These prerequisites are not available at the Texas State University Round Rock campus.
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATE: MAY 10,2021!
- TEAS Test Versions
- We no longer accept the ADN or Allied Health Science versions of the ATI-TEAS exam. We will ONLY accept the BSN version of the ATI-TEAS exam.
- If you have already taken the ADN or Allied Health Science TEAS test between the dates of January 16, 2021 and May 16, 2021, you will still be allotted the maximum of two attempts on the BSN version of the ATI-TEAS exam.
- Please email Staci Strauch at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions regarding special cases
- TEAS Testing Guidelines
- You will be required to wait at least 30 days between your first attempt and second attempt on the BSN ATI-TEAS exam. If you do not honor these dates, we will NOT accept your second set of scores. Please be mindful of the wait time between attempts!
- Attempting the test multiple times is to the applicant’s advantage as we screen both set of score attempts.
- Please be sure to plan accordingly to take advantage of both attempts before the January 15, 2022 deadline for the Fall 2022 admission cycle.
- Please email Staci Strauch at email@example.com with questions regarding special cases.
- BSN Application Attempts
- Applicants may apply to the BSN Program a maximum of 3 times.
- Please be advised that attempting the application multiple times could affect your financial aid eligibility and/or result in excessive hours. It is your responsibility to verify how this might affect your status. St. David’s School of Nursing will not be held liable for your attempted hours.