OHSU

Academic Profile

The OHSU School of Nursing is a leader in the field with a mission of healing, teaching, and discovery. Our programs educate future nurses to achieve critical skills, utilize research in the clinical setting, and become leaders in the health system. With dynamic changes occurring within the field of nursing, students are required to do more with their education and take their nursing skills beyond the bedside. Students who make the commitment to attend the OHSU School of Nursing know that they will be challenged academically and personally to become nurse leaders in the field. Here, students are chosen for their desire to help, their commitment to learn, and their ability to think critically. These high standards pay off: the caliber of students in the program and their varied interests in their communities enrich the health care system for everyone.

OHSU School of Nursing Academic Information

 The information provided below is a compilation of data from applicants to all programs (undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral).

Total number of applicants
1,592
Total number of admitted students
306
Overall admit rate 29%
Average GRE score: Verbal and quantitative (AccBacc to Master's and Graduate applicants only) 1130
 Average GPA - Undergraduate Programs 3.6
Average Anatomy & Physiology GPA - BS (OCNE) only
3.71
Average GPA - Master's programs
3.51
Average GPA - Doctoral programs
3.54
Average age
37
Range of age
19-54
Average prior work experience
0-5
Highest degree held- Bachelor's degree
188
Highest degree held - Graduate degree
62
Total # female
258
Total # male
48
# Minority Admitted students (Includes Native American/Native Alaskan. African American, Asian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic/Latino, Multi-racial, and those who listed “other”). 57
# White - Non-Hispanic
230
# Declined to respond
19