TSAP

Apply to the BSN program’s TSAP RN to BSN track

The Indiana University School of Nursing offers a Transfer Single Articulation Pathways (TSAP) RN to BSN track for registered nurses who are applying for admission to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program as they finish their Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) degree at Ivy Tech Community College (ITCC) or Vincennes University (VU).

To be eligible to apply to the TSAP RN to BSN track, you must complete your ASN degree in the spring semester and plan to enter the BSN program the following fall semster. If you have been out of your ASN program for more than a semester, you are not eligible to apply.

The application deadline is June 1.

Admission requirements

You must meet these requirements to qualify for admission to the TSAP RN to BSN track. However, meeting the admission requirements does not guarantee acceptance to the program. Admission requirements are subject to change.

To be eligible to apply to the BSN program’s TSAP RN to BSN track, you must:

The School of Nursing strongly recommends that you take transfer equivalents of all four of the following courses as part of the first two years of the Nursing TSAP program at ITCC or VU: SOC-S 100, PHSL-P 215, BIOL-M 200, and BIOL-M 215. You can find information on current transfer course equivalencies on the IU Bloomington Credit Transfer Service website.

How to apply

To learn how to apply for the TSAP RN to BSN track, contact Debbie Hrisomalos, RN to BSN advisor.