Admission Requirements

  • Provide proof of High School graduation (Diploma), or successful completion of the General Education Development test (GED), or verification of graduation from an Associate degree or higher program from accredited college or university.
  • Applicants must be 17 years of age or older. If applicant is 17 years of age at the time of enrollment, a parent or guardian must enroll the applicant. 
  • Be proficient in verbal and written English. All programs are conducted in the English language
  • Satisfactorily complete a Level II background check prior to student’s enrollment period for students enrolled in both Nursing Education programs
  • HESI A2 entrance assessment, please contact our admissions representative for more information on required test scores. Test scores must have been earned within a 1 year.

Clinical Requirements

Students who participate in the clinical experiences are at risk for exposure to and possible transmission of vaccine-preventable diseases. Maintenance of immunity is therefore required to attend the nursing program. In order to protect students, healthcare providers, and patients, students to provide evidence of.

  • Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR), 
  • Negative screening for tuberculosis (TB) or Chest X-Ray
  • Covid Vaccinations (not required) however many clinical facilities request a copy, prior to clinical rotations.
  • Physical Examination within 1 Year 
  • CPR Card

Qualifying Entrance Exam Scores


Transfer Credits

Chancellor Institute may accept transfer credits for a course completed in other accredited post-secondary institutions when comparable in scope and content to Chancellor Institute own coursework. Transferability of credit is at the discretion of the accepting institution, and that it is the student’s responsibility to confirm whether credits will be accepted by another institution of the student’s choice. Chancellor Institute does except experiential learning in lieu of clinical transfer credits only. Chancellor Institute will evaluate the comparability, applicability, source, and age of the previously earned credit; academic preparedness of the student at the time of credit transfer, grade earned for the credit transferred and apply a systematic, consistent process for determining whether to accept the credit earned at other institutions. In order for transfer of credit to be accepted it must meet the minimum criteria:

Transfer grade must be a “C” or higher for general education courses in Practical/Vocational Nursing and ADN Bridge programs. Students must have obtained a C+ in Practical Nursing core courses and “B” or higher for ADN-RN Bridge core courses
Transfer course code level must be equal to or greater than the credit to be awarded credit amount must be equal to or greater to be awarded. Transfer credit must have been earned from a nationally or regionally accredited institution
All nursing core classes must have been completed in the past three (3) years to be considered for transfer or and (8) years for General Education courses. Students applying for credit in any of the categories described below must submit official transcripts to the Registrar. Official transcripts may not be issued to the student and must be sent to: