All other applicants will apply through the Nursing Centralized Application Service (NursingCAS). The College of Nursing at Augusta University receives complete and verified information from NursingCAS and is solely responsible for all admission decision.
See individual programs for detailed admissions requirements and application deadlines.
1. Send Transcripts
Request all official collegiate transcripts be sent to:NursingCAS
Augusta University will receive GPA calculations from NursingCAS after receiving all official transcripts.
2. Complete NursingCAS application
NursingCAS requires details on all coursework from every institution attended. Have an unofficial transcript handy. Processing may take several weeks. The cost for submission is $50 for the BSN and MSN-CNL programs and $70 for other graduate programs.
3. Send Test Scores
Send all official test scores to the Augusta University Office of Admissions electronically by testing service or by mailed to Augusta University Office of Academic Admissions- 1120 15th Street, Benet House, Augusta, GA 30912.
GRE: School Code: 5406
TEAS: Select Augusta University
TEAS tests taken at the Augusta University Testing Center are automatically sent to College of Nursing and Office of Academic Admissions.
TOEFL: Required for non-native English speakers. See programs for more details.
4. Complete supplemental application
The Augusta University supplemental application will be emailed to you after your NursingCAS application has been submitted. The cost is an additional $45 for the BSN and MSN-CNL programs and $25 for all other programs. NOTE: BSN applicants who are currently enrolled degree-seeking students at Augusta University are not required to complete the supplemental application.
5. Review application status
Check your personal application page in NursingCAS to see if your transcripts and letters of recommendation have been received.
6. Check email for updates
The email address you provide on your NursingCAS application is how we will keep you informed of your application status.