Is anyone applying, or been accepted, to the Transition to Nursing Program at Indiana Wesleyan University? I plan to submit an application but I can't find much information about the program here on allnurses.
Things I am interested in:
1) Average profile of an accepted student for this program (cGPA, ATI TEAS, Completion rate) - I already see the school's BSN NCLEX pass rate, so that is not a concern.
2) What hospitals were the students placed at?
3) Are most of the students from Indiana?
4) Any other insight on this program
Feb 13, '17
Greetings from Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU)!
You have some very good questions. The first time NCLEX pass rate is at the 95 percentile for the students in our accelerated Nursing program. Individuals applying to the Transition to Nursing program should already have an undergraduate degree with a GPA of at least 2.75. The cumulative TEAS score should be at least 65%. IWU also requires 5 prerequisite courses: anatomy, physiology, chemistry, microbiology and math. For clinical placements, students learn in a variety of healthcare settings in Anderson, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Marion and Muncie. Approximately, 46% of our students are from out-of-state. For more information, please send an email to TTN@indwes.edu
Feb 17, '17
Thank you for your very helpful response!
Feb 17, '17
Do you live nearby and want to come visit to see the Nursing facilities to learn more about the program?