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Application Dates

Fall 2024 for Admission into the Traditional and Blended/Online Program

Attend a mandatory information session between October and April and return required paperwork to receive the application link

Application opens March 18, 2024

Application closes at noon on April 26, 2024

Submit ATI TEAS Test scores no older than 1 year at the time application is submitted

Must have a TSIA status of College Ready (successfully passed) by April 26, 2024

Apply for Financial Aid by May 1, 2024

Step 1: Participate in an Information Session

Participating in an Information Session is mandatory.

Information Sessions will be held by Zoom. Make a reservation to attend a Zoom meeting.

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

After an applicant has participated in an information session, applicants must take the computer version of the TEAS between the dates above and have a TSIA status of College Ready (successfully passed) by April 26, 2024. The test covers math, reading, English, and science.

The test can be taken:

  • At any testing center that administers the computerized ATI TEAS
  • At the Bryan Campus Testing Center

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Applicants must score a minimum score of 33.3% on science and a minimum score of 50% on all other sections of the test in order to be considered for admission into the program.

For more information, refer to the Admission Criteria.

Step 3: Complete the Allied Health Program Student Application

Complete the Allied Health Program Student Application and turn in by the deadline date listed above. The application link will be emailed to you after confirmation of attendance of an information session is verified.

After acceptance into the program, a college ready classification in the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) is required by August.

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Step 4: Complete Immunizations

Complete immunizations that you may need.

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Step 5: Apply for Financial Aid, If Needed

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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.