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  • MSN and Post-Master's Application Process

    How to apply

    Applications are accepted beginning July 1 of the year prior to the desired year of enrollment. When applying, all parts to the application, including any supplemental materials, must be received by the deadline. For a complete list of application deadlines, please click here.

    Applications received less than two weeks prior to the deadline cannot be assured of adequate time for notification of any missing or incomplete documents.

    Download the MSN Quick-Start Guide (.pdf)

    Admission to the MSN and Post-MSN program is based on evaluation of the following data by the Graduate Admissions Progression Committee:

    • A complete application;
    • Official transcripts from all colleges attended, submitted to the Office of Student Records and Registrar;
    • Official Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores — verbal, quantitative and analytical (Except for students holding a master's degree, the GRE must be taken within five years of application.) Note: The Registrar's office requires a paper copy of test results, and scores take several weeks to be received from the Educational Testing Service.; 
    • A nonrefundable $25 application fee paid by credit card or by check, made payable to the University of Mississippi Medical Center.

    Additional information for applicants

    • All transcripts become the property of the University of Mississippi Medical Center and cannot be returned to the applicant or forwarded to another school or individual. Transcripts must be sent directly by the school to the Office of Student Records and Registrar.
      • Office of Student Records and Registrar
        University of Mississippi Medical Center
        2500 N. State St.
        Jackson, MS 39216-4505
    • Facsimile documents will not be accepted.
    • Report and name, address or phone number change to the Office of Student Records and Registrar.
    • Do not send application materials to the School of Nursing.
    • All grades, including failing grades and grades on repeat courses, are used to calculate preadmission grade point averages.
    • The applicant is responsible for notifying the Office of Student Records and Registrar of all changes to the plan of study.
    • Out-of-state tuition charges apply for all applicants that live outside the state of Mississippi.

    For more information

    If you have questions regarding the admission criteria or your application's status, please call (601) 815-0124 or (601) 984-1084.