Your academic adviser serves as a primary source of guidance as you navigate your undergraduate or graduate degree requirements. Communicate with your advisor early, and often!
Undergraduate Program Advisor
Jason Ramirez, MA, PPSC
firstname.lastname@example.org (619) 594-6399, Adams Humanities 3133
Current SDSU Nursing Students: Current Nursing students are welcome to schedule an appointment with Jason via e-mail at email@example.com.
Prospective Students: Bi-Monthly BSN Info Sessions are available for prospective Freshman, Transfer, and 2nd Baccalaureate students. In-depth information about the pre-licensed BSN program and the admissions process are discussed in detail at the group advising sessions. Prospective students are welcome to address individualized questions and concerns at the conclusion of the information session.
Due to the high volume of interest and inquiries, Jason cannot meet individually with prospective students nor can he evaluate transcripts. Admission inquiries for Prospective Freshman should be directed to the SDSU Prospective Student Center via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 619-594-6336.
Additional information regarding Freshman Admission can be accessed at https://nursing.sdsu.edu/programs/bs-in-nursing/admissions/direct-admission/. Transfer students are encouraged to research course articulations (transferable courses) by utilizing the SDSU Transfer Admission Planner (TAP) at www.sdsu.edu/tap.
Additional information regarding the admissions process for traditional Transfer students can be accessed at https://nursing.sdsu.edu/programs/bs-in-nursing/admissions/transfer-students/
Admissions information for Second Baccalaureate students can be accessed at https://nursing.sdsu.edu/programs/bs-in-nursing/admissions/second-baccalaureate/.
Graduate Program Advisor
Beverly Carlson, PhD, RN, CNS, CCRN-K, FAHA
Adams Humanities 3175
Nurse Midwifery Program Advisor
Lauren Hunter, PhD, RN, CNM
Adams Humanities 3169
RN-to-BS (SDSU Campus) Program Advisor
Janet Finkel, RN, MN
Adams Humanities 3174
RN-to-BS (Imperial Valley Campus) Program Advisor
Helina Hoyt, MS, RN