Admission to the Nurse Anesthesia Program is considered on a competitive basis for prospective students who are registered nurses and hold a baccalaureate degree in nursing. Applications are reviewed by the Office of Admissions for completeness and referred to the Director of the Nurse Anesthesia Program or the Admissions Committee Chair of the Nurse Anesthesia Program to determine applicant eligibility for an interview. Acceptance into the Nurse Anesthesia Program is determined by the Admissions Committee. The Admissions Committee transmits recommendations to the Dean of the College of Health Sciences. The CHS Dean, via the Office of Admissions, notifies applicants in writing of their admissions status. Decisions on acceptance are made until the maximum enrollment for the Program is reached.
The Nurse Anesthesia Program at Midwestern University uses a rolling admissions process. Applications will be accepted December 1st - June 1st. Completed applications are reviewed and decisions to interview individual candidates are made at regular intervals during the admission cycle. Interviews are conducted and the selection process of each candidate for admission is made until the class is filled. Applicants are notified of their selection status as soon as possible after their interview date.