In order to graduate from the School of Nursing at Platt College, students must:
- Complete a minimum of 184.5 quarter credit hours of approved course work for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree. Applicable transfer credit will be included in the calculation.
- Pass all nursing and cognate courses with a minimum GPA of “C” and maintain a 2.75 GPA.
A grade of 2.75 “C” or above must be achieved in every nursing course in order to progress in the nursing program. Any grade below 75 will not be rounded up. For specific information about the grading system, please refer to Policy 02:06:00 Uniform Grading. Letter grades of “D” or “F” in any nursing or cognate courses will constitute a course failure and the student will be required to repeat the course to achieve a passing grade at his/her own expense.
- Complete an Exit Interview with all designated administrators and staff prior to the last scheduled day of class (i.e. Student Exit Checklist).
- Be enrolled in Platt College courses during the term in which he/she intends to graduate.
- Complete a minimum of 50% of the credits required for the program of enrollment at Platt College.
- Complete the nursing program within 1.5 times the total program length in duration or credit hours.
- Students must complete a Student Exit Checklist and submit to the Registrar after all signatures have been completed during the final quarter.
Students are provided with information about the process and procedures for registering to take the NCLEX examination as a Professional Nurse before graduating. Successful completion of the NCLEX is required for licensure prior to employment as a professional nurse.
Platt College reserves the right to substitute or delete courses based on the most current approved curriculum. Graduation requirements and/or graduation policies may change during the course of a student's consecutive enrollments.