Weather Alert: Due to changing weather conditions that impact safety, including ice, the University will now be closed and on-ground classes are cancelled, on Friday, Nov. 16. Online courses will take place as scheduled. Note that tonight’s athletic events and the theater performance “O Beautiful” will still take place this evening at 8 p.m. in the Ely Studio Theater, as the campus walkways and parking lots will be clear and safe to use at that time. And, the Ely Fitness Center will be open today from 1 to 7:30 p.m. PARKING BAN INFO×
The Nursing Program is one of the most competitive academic programs at Westfield State University. The program is designed as a cohort program, where students move through a structured curriculum during their 4 years.
The application deadline for the Nursing program is February 1st. All materials must be submitted to the Office of Admission by the deadline or you will not be considered for the Nursing program.
Note: if you take the January 2018 SAT exam or the February 2018 ACT exam, the scores will not be available prior to the February 1st deadline and will therefore not be considered in the admission process. It is recommended that all SAT/ACT exams be taken prior to January 1, 2018.
Only new, first time college students may apply to the Nursing Program. Students need to meet all admission criteria in order to be considered for admission to the program. Currently, the criteria are as follows:
At this time, Westfield State is not accepting applications for transfer students to the Nursing Program, for both the Day Division and Part-Time Evening Division.
At this time, we do not allow students to change their academic major to Nursing while enrolled at Westfield State University.