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bachelor of science nursing

IMPORTANT: Do NOT begin these requirements prior to receiving your letter of acceptance. Your acceptance will have your student ID which is needed to complete these requirements. There are no refunds available for background checks completed through Selection.com.

Enrollment Steps

STEP 1:

REQUIRED SUBMISSIONS

Electronically submit your Matriculation Deposit Form (link) along with your $200 non-refundable matriculation deposit. Your deposit will be applied to your tuition costs for your first term of enrollment.

STEP 2:

Background Check

Complete your background check here: Background Check (link)

* Your background check should be completed no earlier than 6 months prior to your start. Please wait on this step if you have been accepted 6+ months out from your start date with us.

STEP 3:

Schedule An Appointment with The Christ Hospital Employee Health

Call 513-585-4555 to schedule an appointment with TCH Employee Health for your required health assessment and drug screening. Details regarding specific requirements can be found here.

STEP 4:

STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE REQUIREMENT

  • BSN Freshman level students are not required to provide proof of health insurance until the beginning of their Sophomore year.
  • If you are admitted at a BSN Sophomore Level or above, you will be required to provide proof of health insurance.
  • Watch your student email account for directions or contact donna.wood@thechristcollege.edu for more information.

STEP 5:

complete the following Safety and Wellness steps.

STEP 6:

required New Student Orientation

  • This is typically held 1-2 months before class start. This is when you will be able to schedule classes. You will be receiving an email from our Admissions Department with further details on how to register for this once accessible.
  • The Christ College is a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) college please click here for more information.

Have Questions?

We are here to help answer any questions you may have about The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program. We’ll do our best to provide you with the information and get the assistance you need.