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High School Pathway

Part 1 - University Application

All students interested in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program must apply to CSU Pueblo in addition to the School of Nursing. 

Students can apply to Colorado State University Pueblo here:

Apply To CSU Pueblo

Important: Applicants must submit a $25 payment for their application.

Part 2 - High School Pathway Application

Applications should be submitted to the School of Nursing by March 15th for Fall entry.

Interested high school applicants must provide the following: 

  • ACT/SAT Scores: Applicants should score no lower than 22 on the ACT Exam and/or 1100 on the SAT Exam.
  • High School Transcript: Transcripts should include student's Grade Point Average
  • Letter of Recommendation: Applicants must submit a letter from their High School Health Program; if no Health Program representative is available, students must submit letter from someone that can speak to student's potential success in the BSN program.
  • Grade Point Average: All applicants must have a minimum 3.25 GPA on 4.0 scale
  • Prerequisite Coursework: Students must have 3 years of science courses (biology and chemistry) and algebra equivalent
  • High School Pathway Application: Interested students must fill out the High School Pathway Application and mail all required documentation in a single packet to: 
Colorado State University-Pueblo
School of Nursing
Attn: Peggy Foley
Advisor/Counselor of Nursing
2200 Bonforte Blvd
Pueblo, CO 81001 


Important: Acceptance into the University does not guarantee acceptance into the School, nor does acceptance into the School guarantee acceptance into the University.

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