RN Program Admission Requirements

  • Attend a Holy Name Medical Center Sister Claire Tynan School of Nursing Information Session.
  • Submit official high school transcript or GED scores and/or official transcripts from ALL post-secondary colleges, universities or technical schools attended to the School of Nursing Admission office.
  • Transferred science courses required for the nursing curriculum must have been completed within the last ten years with a minimum grade of C.
  • Complete the ATI TEAS Admission Exam with a minimum composite score of 60%. Student must pre-register for the TEAS exam, please refer to the Holy Name Medical Center Sister Claire Tynan School of Nursing website holyname.org/SchoolOfNursing/rn-admission-requirements.aspx for TEAS registration information.
  • Complete Admission application online at holyname.org/schoolofnursing/apply.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until admission application deadline. After deadline, applicants will be ranked according to TEAS score (highest to lowest, minimum being 60%) admission will be offered to the top 80 applicants, remaining will be waitlisted.

Application Key Steps

  1. Completion of the application for admission form and submission of non-refundable application fee.
  2. Contact ALL schools attended including High school/GED and have the schools mail or electronically email the official transcripts to the school of nursing. (Attn: Admissions Office 690 Teaneck Road, Teaneck, NJ 07666) (School@Holyname.org).
  3. Register to take the TEAS exam (www.atitesting.com). Make sure the TEAS include all four components: English, Reading, Science and Math. Once completed contact ATI and have them email us the results.

To review your admission checklist login to: www.HolyNameSonisWeb.com. Input user name and pin# created you applied to the school.

(Application updates are completed once the applicant registers for the TEAS VI exam.)


The Sister Claire Tynan School of Nursing is ACEN-accredited, signifying Holy Name's commitment to national standards and our focus on continuous improvement of our nursing programs.