Applying To Mid-Atlantic College

If you would like to study in the college in the heart of the city that focus on changing the world for better tomorrow, you’ve chosen the right place. We do not use special formulas to select students. We look at every single applicant’s application, academic and personal, to select students who suit to our community with a full range of backgrounds.

Mid-Atlantic College admits students into its academic and training programs without regard to their ethnicity, race, color, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, religious beliefs or lack of beliefs.  Provided all other applicable admissions criteria are met, a person with physical disabilities will be admitted upon certification by a licensed physician that the applicant has the physical capability necessary to complete the essential components of the academic program as well as the capability necessary to work in the chosen field. 

Mid-Atlantic College admits applicants whose academic and personal qualifications give promise of success in collegiate study. The applicant must hold an associate’s degree from a Licensed colleges or institutions in good standing. All students must meet the college’s immunization policies prior to registration. 

Applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis. In order to ensure that the application will be evaluated for a decision, students should submit all requirements in a timely manner. While applications and materials will be accepted on a rolling basis, the College cannot guarantee that the application will be reviewed in time for the start of classes. Applications will be withdrawn, if incomplete, after the intended entry term has begun, unless the applicant submits a request in writing to keep the application open for another term. 



  1. Complete Application for Admission (incomplete applications will not be processed)
  2. $100.00 non-refundable Registration fee upon admission
  3. An Associate Degree from a regionally accredited college or institution
  4. An unencumbered RN License from the District of Columbia or the other compact states
  5. A written essay and interview
  6. Two letters of references from previous faculty and/or work supervisors
  7. A minimum GPA of 2.5 or higher
  8. Grade of “C” or above in the following courses/equivalent (official college transcript(s) from all previous schools attended must be submitted):
  • Microbiology
  • Speech
  • Growth & Development
  • Introduction to Philosophy
  • General Education Elective*
  • Introduction to Professional Nursing
  • Pharmacology
  • Pathophysiology
  • Medical-Surgical Nursing
  • Maternity & Women’s Health
  • Nursing Care of Children
  • Psychiatrics/Mental Health       
  • Advanced Med-Surg. Nursing
  • English Composition
  • Introduction to Biology / Lab.
  • College Algebra
  • Chemistry                                  
  • Anatomy & Physiology/ Lab.
  • Introduction Sociology
  • General Psychology
  • Normal Nutrition
  • Basic statistics


The clinical practice portion of the academic program, will require that the student submit the following documents:

  1. Health examination report (physical).
  2. Tuberculin skin test (PPD) or Chest X-ray (CXR) within 30 days of enrollment
  3. Immunization record may be required depending on the clinical site requirements
  4. Also, criminal background check report will be required for clinical rotation experience.



When To Apply?

Class Sessions Application Deadline Decision
Summer Semester  April – 15th 2020 April  –  30th
Fall Semester Sep   – 15th 2019 Sep     – 30th
Spring Semester Dec  – 15th 2019 Dec    – 30th