i have been applying to fnp/cnm schools and st. louis university told me (a little late!) that they no longer took applicants from minnesota because minnesota requires all faculty that interacts with the student to be licensed in minnesota.
i was devastated--so i called frontier (the school i really want to go to) and they said they had never heard of this.
anyone go to frontier from minnesota??
here's the statute--
minnesota rules 6305.0300 (authorization to practice nursing) subpart 1, required authorization (https://www.revisor.leg.state.mn.us/rules/?id=6305.0300) states that "a minnesota license and current registration certificate or a permit is required if an individual practices professional nursing as defined in minnesota statutes, section 148.171, subdivision 15, or practical nursing as defined in minnesota statutes, section 148.171, subdivision 14, whether for monetary compensation or as a volunteer, or if an individual is a faculty member for an out-of-state nursing or nursing assistant program and is supervising nursing students or nursing assistant students in minnesota except as provided in minnesota statutes, section 148.271." (emphasis)