Applicants to the PN Program are required to Proof of high school graduation with an official transcript, or official GED (scores included) or official HiSET (scores included).
What is the difference between an OFFICIAL and an UNOFFICIAL transcript? *An OFFICIAL [paper] transcript is printed on special, watermarked paper. Official paper transcripts are sent in a sealed, signature-stamped envelope. *An electronic transcript is considered OFFICIAL if the PN Program is the direct email recipient. If emailed to the applicant, then forwarded, it is then considered UNOFFICIAL. *An electronic transcript which is printed then re-scanned in an email is considered UNOFFICIAL. *A transcript that is faxed is considered OFFICIAL if the PN Program is the direct fax recipient. If faxed from the applicant it is considered UNOFFICIAL. Applicants seeking admission on the basis of foreign (non-US) diplomas must provide a detailed equivalency report. Independent evaluations must be made by a nationally recognized agency. Click here for a list of agencies.