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You may be asking, “How can I be sure I’ll be accepted into the Nursing Major?” Traditionally, colleges and universities across North America do not accept students into the Nursing major until after their sophomore year of college. Some students even find themselves on a waiting list because their school has a shortage of clinical spots.

At Roberts, we offer exceptional incoming freshmen direct entry into the Nursing major.

This means you won’t need to wait until your sophomore year to apply to the major and find out if you’re in the program. You can be sure you’ll be in one of today’s most exciting majors as a freshman.

Eligible candidates must still fulfill all necessary class and academic requirements.

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