admissions

Application Process

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transferring to Platt

Eligible Non US Citizen

Eligible noncitizens are individuals with the USCIS designation of refugee, asylum granted, Cuban-Haitian entrant, conditional entrant, victim of human trafficking, T-visa holder, battered immigrant-qualified alien, child of person under VAWA, or a citizen of Micronesia, the Marshall Islands or Republic of Palau.

Learn more about the application process for eligible non-US Citizens.

Veteran Student

What program does Platt College offer?

Platt College offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and it is a 3 year program, this is the only program offered.  

How is admission decided?

After the applicant has completed all college and program admission requirements, the student’s application file is reviewed, in accordance with the BSN Admission Screening Tool, by the Admissions Committee.

Do I need any prerequisites for the BSN program before attending Platt College?

No. Prerequisites, certifications, licensures or degrees are not needed to apply. An official high school transcript from an accredited high school and/or official GED is required to start the application process.

Still Have Questions?

still have questions?
[email protected]
(720) 758-7970
Monday-Friday 8 am-5 pm

The Application Process at Platt College is simple and can be completed in a few easy steps. We are here to guide you along every step of the way.

Start with Five Easy Steps

1: Campus visit

Get to know us better by attending an information session. Held weekly, these sessions are designed to ensure all of your questions are answered. Bring a friend, a neighbor, a parent, a partner, a spouse-all are welcome to learn more.

2: Online Application

Complete online application and pay a non-refundable $75.00 application charge online before taking a scheduled entrance test or submitting official SAT or ACT scores. 

3: submit Test score

At Platt, we accepted scores from one of the three entrance test: ACT, SAT, or TEAS

ACT/SAT Guidelines:

  • Must be completed within 3 years of desired start date
  • Scores must be sent directly to Platt College
    • ACT Code is 7037
    • SAT Code is 3012

TEAS test Guidelines:

  • Must be completed within 1 year of desired start date
  • Can be schedule with Platt College's Admissions Team
  • Can be taken up 3 times a year
  • There is $70 fee for each attempt

To learn more about the TEAS test and how it is scored, click the link below for more information.

4: Complete essay

Applicants are given approximately 45 minutes to complete the remote essay prompt. This step is to be completed on the same day as the ATI TEAS; however, it may be scheduled separately if ATI TEAS, ACT, or SAT scores have been officially submitted.

5: Submit HS Transcript (GED) & Any Healthcare Certifications

Official high school transcript from an accredited high school, official GED, and/or Home Study certificate or transcript.

*Potential applicants from foreign, non-English speaking countries must provide a translated and certified document that is the equivalent of a U.S. high school diploma in order to satisfy this step (Please Eligible Non-US Citizen Application Process).*

If you currently hold on the following healthcare certification, please submit an unofficial documentation to [email protected]