Nursing

A nursing student and child in the hospital.

Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) Schedule

Spring 2015 Admission

The following times are available for TEAS testing:

  • Sunday, August 31; 10:00am - 2:00pm
  • Sunday, September 7; 12:00pm - 4:00pm
  • Sunday, September 14; 10:00am - 2:00pm
  • Sunday, September 21; 12:00pm - 4:00pm

To reserve a spot, please contact the Division of Nursing's Office Coordinator at 402.486.2524.

Application Deadlines

Fall Admission Deadline: March 1

Spring Admission Deadline: October 1

It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that all required documents (application, transcripts, references, TEAS score, TOEFL score, policies) have been received and verified by the published deadline. Once the application is submitted, it can take up to 4-6 weeks to verify the information. We strongly encourage our applicants to submit their application as early as possible.

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Why choose Union's program?

At Union College, your nursing professors will not only teach you—they'll take the time to find out the best ways to help you succeed. This care and concern has helped Union develop one of the top nursing programs in the state.

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Sim-Man

Ever wonder how a nursing student develops their practical skills before they use them in real life? Enter the Sim-Man, a high-tech tool that allows students to practice real-life skills in a safe and comfortable environment.

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Global Health Nursing

Millions of people all over the world lack proper health care. Union College is making a difference for some of those people every year through their global health nursing trip.

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The Union College Division of Nursing builds on the concept that human beings are created in the image of God who gave them individuality, autonomy, a capacity for intelligent choice and adaptive mechanisms to deal with change. Exercising the right of self-determination, human beings chose a course contrary to the principles that promote well-being, consequently forfeiting health in all dimensions. The goal of the nurse is to assist clients to achieve high-level wellness.

A broad base in the humanities, natural, social and nursing sciences provides the student with a solid foundation required to carry out the mission of the nursing program, which is to prepare students from diverse backgrounds to be competent, caring generalists in the profession of nursing. The program is based on professional standards and reflects a commitment to wholeness, Christian service and Seventh-day Adventist values.

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