RN to BSN Required Documents
Documents Required for RN to BSN Enrollment:After acceptance into the program, students are required to provide the following documents
|You must submit one of the following as documentation:
Negative Tuberculin Skin Test (two-step PPD test) Result. A copy of two-step PPD test results within the past 12 months (two injections & two readings given 1 – 3 weeks apart). The document must include the size of induration in millimeter (mm) and negative result. If you had a positive PPD test, you must provide documentation of treatment/Chest X-ray and current clearance from physician. This letter must be dated within 6 months
Annual PPD test result & previous year’s test result. A copy of your current annual PPD test and a previous year’s PPD test. If your annual PPD test lapses and it is more than 12 months apart, you will need to complete the two-step PPD test process. The document must include the size of induration in millimeter (mm) and negative result.
Negative QuantiFERON®-TB Blood Test . A copy of QuantiFERON TB blood test result within the past 12 months
|Hepatitis B (HepB)||You must submit both documents:
A copy of three HepB vaccines. Please note that it takes 5-6 months to complete all 3 series
A copy of HepB Antibody titer (blood test) result after 3 primary series shots were completed
|Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR)||You must submit one of the following as documentation:
A copy of two MMR vaccines
A copy of Measles, Mumps and Rubella titer results (i.e. 3 titer results)
|Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis (Tdap)||A copy of Tdap vaccine within the past 10 years
|Varicella (Chicken Pox)||You must submit one of the following as documentation:
A copy of two Varicella vaccines
A copy of Varicella titer result
|Influenza||You must submit one of the following as documentation:
A proof of annual Influenza vaccination
A signed waiver for students who decline vaccination
* Specific healthcare institutions may require vaccine for all students or may ask students to obtain a medical waiver from physician.
|CPR CARD for Healthcare Providers||A copy of current CPR card for Healthcare Providers
The CPR card must be issued by a person or facility qualified specifically to instruct CPR for Healthcare Providers (American Heart Association) that includes infant, child and adult. Other types of CPR certification will NOT be accepted.
|Criminal History Disclosure Form||You must complete the form and submit it.|
|Background Check Report||Students must request a report and submit a copy. The instructions will be provided with an acceptance letter.|