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Prospective Freshmen

Students at Clemson University School of Nursing

With limited space, nursing is often one of the most competitive majors for entry at Clemson University. Acceptance letters are extended to more than our targeted number of students, knowing that not all students who are accepted will attend Clemson University. For those students who are admitted as freshmen, there is no re-application process for progression to the upper level nursing courses.

Generally, admissions considers three criteria:

  • High school class rank
  • High school GPA
  • SAT or ACT scores

For specific information regarding admission criteria, please call Clemson University Admissions at (864) 656-2287 or visit the admissions website.

Nursing Program Expansion

In collaboration with Greenville Health System (GHS), Clemson University will expand its nursing program in Greenville – an effort that will more than double enrollment in Clemson’s traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, help meet the growing need for nurses, and bolster health innovation and research efforts in upstate South Carolina. The collaboration will also expand student clinical placements within the Greenville Health System.

With this program expansion, entering freshmen in 2016 and beyond will have the opportunity to be part of one of two cohorts – a Clemson-based traditional cohort or a Greenville-based program expansion cohort – beginning in the fall of their junior year. Transportation will be provided between the two sites of instruction. Click here for more information.

Campus Visitation Information
Clemson University provides general campus tours through the Class of 1944 Visitor's Center. Use the links below to find the information you need. 

Arranging a Visit
Due to the high volume of individual requests, the School of Nursing holds group sessions to provide prospective students information about the program. Led by nursing advisors, group sessions include information about the admissions process as well as curriculum information. These sessions are held on scheduled Friday afternoons and last approximately one hour. Space is limited and advanced reservation is required. Note that participation in group sessions in no way influences admissions decisions. To register for a session, please click here. When registering, please select the quantity of visitors in your party to ensure space accommodation. If you are unable to attend a group session, the information shared in group sessions can be picked up at our office from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday (except University holidays).

For any questions not answered here, please contact:
Valerie White
309 Edwards Hall
(864) 656-2651
vwhite@clemson.edu

Honors Application
Outstanding high school seniors applying for admission to Clemson should also apply for membership in the Calhoun Honors College. For priority notification by February 15 as well as consideration for the National Scholars Program, applicants must submit their honors application online by December 1, and all supporting documents must be submitted by December 15. Please note that all applicants to the honors college must first submit the undergraduate admissions application.