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Application Policy & Procedures

The faculty members of the School of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences (SONAHS) are committed to Lindenwood University’s mission of wholistic student development through academic excellence and enrollment of a professional, talented student body. Admission policies and requirements are established by the nursing faculty and are congruent with the mission of the University and the SONAHS. Admission guidelines are specific to the academic goals of each program and student population. Applicants are evaluated for their potential for academic success and their potential to contribute to an enriching educational environment while pursuing higher education.

Admission to the Lindenwood University nursing and allied health programs is based upon a review of the applicant’s previous academic and life experience. Lindenwood University suggests an interview with an admissions counselor and/or faculty who individually evaluates each applicant. Undergraduate applicants to nursing programs are served by admissions counselors in the Office of Day Admissions.

Post-Licensure Bachelor of Science in Nursing Applicant Requirements

For currently licensed nursing professionals, admission to the undergraduate post-licensure program requires the following:

Additional application policy considerations:

Concurrently Enrolled Bachelor of Science in Nursing Applicant Requirements

Students who are currently enrolled in a State Board of Nursing approved school of nursing are eligible for concurrent enrollment in the Lindenwood University undergraduate nursing program.  

Upon completion of the first year of the basic nursing coursework, nursing students will be eligible to begin professional nursing courses at LU based on the following admission criteria:

Concurrently enrolled students are subject to nursing progression standards and must maintain a cumulative Lindenwood University GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale.  Prior to completion of the first year of a basic nursing program, students who wish to pursue concurrent enrollment are advised to complete general education courses while awaiting eligibility for admission to the nursing major courses.

Bachelor of Allied Health Leadership Applicant Requirements

Students who meet the Lindenwood University admission standards and who have completed or are currently enrolled in an accredited allied health program will be eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Science in Allied Health Leadership program.  For allied health professionals, admission to the BS in Allied Health Leadership program requires the following:

Additional application policy considerations:

If you have additional financial aid or admissions questions, please contact:

Allison Yeager  
Site Director - School of Nursing & Allied Health Sciences
209 South Kingshighway
St. Charles, MO 63301
(636) 627-6683 - Nursing Office

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