Admission Policy

As of fall 2010, students seeking a nursing degree at BMCC will be admitted into the College as an Undeclared Health major (UDH).

All student records are compiled by the Nursing Academic Advisor and reviewed by the Department’s Students/Admissions Committee in order to determine eligibility to the Nursing Program.

Students must meet the following criteria:

* To be eligible to take the Kaplan Admission Test (KAT) and advance into the nursing program students must provide documentation for one of the following categories:

1) U.S. Citizenship
2) Permanent U.S. Residency
3) International Student with F1 Status
4) Granted Asylum, Refugee Status, Temporary Protected Status, Withholding of Removal, Deferred Enforced Departure; or Deferred Action Status by the U.S. government

Please note that the CUNY Citizenship and Immigration Project will provide free counseling and assistance to all CUNY students who need help with their immigration status. For more information, visit:

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