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Trent/Fleming School of Nursing

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Trent/Fleming School of Nursing

Admissions

The compressed program offers students with sufficient university credits the option to fast track through the program in less than three years.

  • OUAC application code: RFN
  • Start date: September
  • Program length: 28 months
  • Intake: 80 students
  • Location: Peterborough Symons campus

 Compressed Program Admission Requirements

Applying from Prerequisite Course Equivalents Average/ GPA
Secondary School Not eligible for admission  
College Available to recent graduates from the Fleming College Practical Nursing diploma program who are registered in good standing with the CNO. A minimum GPA of 3.0 (75).
University

Secondary school 4U or college prerequisite courses, and/or one semester of:

  • Biology (min. 60)
  • Chemistry (min. 60)
  • Math (min. 60)
  • 1.0 credit in an Introductory Psychology course*
  • 2.0 full credits at the 1000 level (first year)
  • 1.0 full credits at the 2000 level (second year)

*For admission consideration Intro to Psychology courses must have been completed within the past ten years.

Applicants with sufficient additional transfer credits may have this course requirement waived for admission.

A minimum GPA of 2.7 (70) calculated on the last ten (10) university full course equivalents (two years of an undergraduate degree program)

SPECIAL NOTE

Prerequisite subjects

Applicants can meet the prerequisite subjects through a combination of secondary, college, and university subjects. See the Collaborative program admission for details on courses and minimum averages. Prerequisite courses should have been taken within the last 10 years.

For example, an applicant will meet the prerequisite requirements if they took one semester of math and biology at university and completed Grade 12 4U Chemistry and English.

CASPer Test 

Applicants to the Collaborative and Compressed programs are required to complete the online CASPer Test.

Details about the test (including registration and test dates) can be found at takecasper.com.

Canadian Nursing School applicant test dates are:

To be announced

How to Apply

Applications for the B.Sc.N. Compressed program are submitted to the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre.  Our fully integrated B.Sc.N. model means that you are registered as a university student for the duration of the program.

The application process is competitive and prerequisite courses should be completed or in progress at the time of application. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.

Contact Nursing Admissions

Questions about admission to the nursing program? You can reach us the following ways: