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Application Dates

  • Spring 2025: Admission for the Traditional Program only (the Blended/Online Program starts in the fall).
  • Application opens: September 18, 2024
  • Application closes: November 8, 2024, at noon
  • Decision letters: Emailed by November 22, 2024


  • Attend a mandatory information session between June and October to receive the application link.
  • When you apply, submit ATI TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills) scores that are no older than one year.
  • Achieve a TSIA (Texas Success Initiative Assessment) status of College Ready (must pass by November 8, 2024).

Steps to Apply:

Step 1: Participate in an Information Session

Step 2: Take the ATI TEAS (Test of Essential Academic Skills)

  • Take the computer version of the TEAS after attending an information session.
  • The test covers math, reading, English, and science.
  • Testing options:
    • Any testing center that administers the computerized ATI TEAS
    • Bryan Campus Testing Center
  • Minimum scores required:
    • Science: 33.3%
    • Other sections: 50%
  • For more details, refer to the ATI TEAS for Health Sciences and the Admission Criteria.

Step 3: Complete the Allied Health Program Student Application

  • Fill out the Allied Health Program Student Application by the deadline (you will receive the application link after verifying your attendance at an information session).
  • After acceptance, ensure you have a college-ready classification in the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) by August.
  • More information:

Step 4: Complete Immunizations

Step 5: Apply for Financial Aid, If Needed

More information:

Non-Discrimination Statement & American with Disabilities Act (ADA)

The Blinn College District Vocational Nursing Program is non-discriminatory in regards to race, religion, color, sex, age, disability, and national origin or any other constitutionally or statutorily impermissible reason. Blinn would like to help students with disabilities achieve their highest potential in college. In order to receive accommodations on examinations or assignments, proper documentation must first be provided to the Office of Disability Services. You must then self-identify and conference with the ADA Office to begin receiving accommodations in class. This documentation from the ADA Office must be provided each semester to each instructor. To meet program objectives and perform job duties required in the nursing profession, the student nurse must demonstrate basic competencies.