BScls dao how to apply
State Regulatory Authorization
The University of Nebraska monitors developments in state laws in every state. The University of Nebraska is currently authorized, licensed, exempt, not subject to approval, or is permitted to accept students for programs in most states. To see a complete list of states, please visit Online Worldwide. If you have any questions, please feel free to Contact Us.
Fall semester enrollment (May - December)
Application opens December 1st and closes March 1st
Spring semester enrollment (January - May)
Application opens June 1st and closes September 15th
HOW TO APPLY
Please follow Steps 1 and 2 below to apply for the next enrollment session.
Step 1. APPLY!
Step 2. Open and print the Application Check List.
In some cases applicants my use a separate preceptor and proctor. If necessary, please have your proctor complete the Proctor Agreement form.
The BSCLS DAO Admissions Committee shall consider each applicant who has submitted the Online Application and the Application Check List along with all required materials by the published deadlines above. The steps to completing the application process are detailed in steps 1 and 2 above.
All accepted students are required to complete a Background Check prior to attending classes. The School of Allied Health Professions reserves the right to revoke acceptance based on any discrepancies found on a background check.
If you have any questions about the application process, please contact:
SAHP Academic and Student Affairs
(402) 559-6673 or (800) 626-8431 ext. 96673
Enrollment and Registration
Applicants will be notified of acceptance upon receipt and review of completed application forms, all required documentation, and official transcripts. This process takes approximately two to four weeks to complete after the application deadline. Accepted applicants will be approved for enrollment and provided with instructions and procedures for online program and course registration.
- MPS Degree Advancement Option
- MPAS Degree Advancement Option
- Non-degree Seeking
- Financial Aid & Scholarships