We're excited that you are interested in pursuing a nursing degree at the Scott and White School of Nursing. There are three basic steps to gain admission into the Scott and White School of Nursing.
- Apply for admission to the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
You may complete the program application at the same time.
- Complete the program application for the Scott & White School of Nursing
Log in with your OneLogin credentials before beginning the application. Deadlines are March 1 to begin nursing classes in a fall semester or October 1 to begin nursing classes in a spring semester.
- Take the TEAS Admissions Exam.
Students that are ready to apply to the Scott & White School of Nursing program must have the TEAS Admission Exam completed by the application deadline. October 1 is the deadline for any spring semester. March 1 is the deadline for any fall semester. Applicants must make a minimum overall score of 65%, a minimum score of 65% on the Reading section of the exam, and a minimum score of 65% on the Math section of the exam in order to meet minimum requirements. Applicants have two attempts to achieve these minimum scores.
TEAS Admissions Exams are $95 per attempt.
Exams are offered at approved testing sites throughout the country. When registering for the exam, students should choose to have the scores sent to the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. Official transcripts from previous TEAS attempts can be purchased and sent here.
When registering for the TEAS Exam, students must log into their ATI account. If the student does not already have an account, one must be created. Register for an exam, create an account, or find more information about the TEAS here.
If you have any questions, please check our Frequently Asked Questions page. If you're still in need of assistance, give us a call or send us an e-mail. We're here to serve you!
Freshman and sophomore nursing majors are eligible for the same types of assistance that are available to students in other majors. All scholarships and loans are handled through the UMHB Office of Financial Aid.Learn More
After students complete their first semester of clinical lab courses, they become eligible for scholarships provided by area hospitals, the District Nurses Association, the Nursing Students Association and a variety of other individual or organizationally sponsored scholarships. Many hospitals will also provide scholarships through a program in which the student agrees to work for the hospital following graduation for a specific period of time, usually a 2:1 ratio, i.e. for each year of nursing courses paid for by the organization, the graduate would work for the organization for two years following graduation. Additional information about these scholarships is also available through the UMHB Office of Financial Aid.
Scott and White School of Nursing
Address: 900 College Street, Box 8015 • Belton, TX 76513
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Page last updated June 21, 2018