Baptist College places a priority on freshmen for consideration of admission to the college. Although admission to the college does not guarantee acceptance/selection to a professional program/major, priority for acceptance/selection is given to freshmen and current Baptist College students.
We strongly recommend that you apply and plan to attend Baptist College as a beginning freshman. The criteria for priority admission to Baptist College as a high school senior are:
If you are currently in high school, Baptist College encourages you to apply for admission a year in advance of the term you wish to enter. Baptist College places a priority on freshmen for consideration of admission to the college. Our primary mission is to educate and prepare health care professionals; therefore, all classes prepare you both academically and clinically for your career as a health care provider.
At Baptist College of Health Sciences, we've built a tradition of academic excellence that is sure to take you far. Our graduates consistently achieve first-time pass rates on licensure and board certification exams higher than national and state averages. We offer nine degree programs that can help you establish a career in some of the fastest-growing professions in the country.
Since all enrolled students are required to have personal health insurance to protect themselves in the event of illnesses or accidents, the college offers student health insurance coverage available through Aetna Student Health. Students taking at least one hour who are in our regular academic programs are eligible at the rate of $500 per trimester per student. Spouse and child coverage is available for an additional fee and may be accessed through the Aetna Student Health website.