The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Nursing program at Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden prepares students to become excellent nurses who are critical thinkers, life-long learners, and socially responsible citizens.
How to Apply
|Semester – Fall 2018||Application Opens||Application Deadline|
|Traditional, First-Year Application||September||December 1**|
|External Transfer Application||September||February 1**|
|(Internal) School-to-School Transfer Application||February 1||March 1|
|Re-enrollment Application||January 15||March 1|
1. Application Track
Our Bachelor of Science in Nursing program applicants fall into one of the following (3) application tracks. Please begin by selecting an application track that best matches your needs.
- Traditional Applicants
- External Transfer Applicants
- Internal Transfer Applicants:
- I was enrolled in a Rutgers undergraduate degree program, and took at least one semester off.
- I am a Rutgers University student and would like to transfer into the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden.
2. Submit Transcripts
Submit copies of all of your official academic transcripts, including any prerequisite coursework in progress, to the Rutgers University–Camden Office of Admissions. We strongly urge you to submit your transcripts as soon as you have completed an application. Please mail your transcripts directly to:
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
406 Penn Street
Camden, NJ 08102
3. Financial Aid
Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden welcomes applications from international students. For assistance, please contact the Rutgers University–Camden Office for International Admissions.
There are (3) tracks into our Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program, and each has specific requirements. Download the PDF for program requirements and sample plans of study related to the traditional track, internal transfer track, and external transfer track.
- Traditional Track Requirements | Download PDF
- Internal Transfer Track Requirements | Download PDF
- External Transfer Track Requirements | Download PDF
Nursing students are expected to gain competency with hands-on, clinical practice. Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden has more than 125 clinical partners that offer students a wide variety of clinical settings.