CBU’s Satellite BScN Program at Acadia
In 2023, CBU announced a partnership with Acadia University to offer its Bachelor of Science Nursing program. Applicants interested in studying at the Acadia University campus must apply directly through Acadia’s online application. Information about this program can be found at Acadia Nursing.
Equal Opportunity for Underrepresented Groups
Cape Breton University and the School of Nursing understand African Nova Scotian and L’nu Indigenous students have unique needs that often go unmet and are not candidly discussed. In an effort to close these gaps and relieve any barriers these students may face, nursing seats for African Nova Scotian students (ANS) and for L’nu Indigenous students have been designated to help enhance the diversity of our healthcare workforce.
For more information about support and resources available for African Nova Scotian and L’nu Indigenous students, please contact:
Dionne Romard, Student Development Officer, African Nova Scotian Students, firstname.lastname@example.org
Reann Arsenault, Student Development Officer, Program Coordinator Working with Nova Scotia Youth, email@example.com
Megan Gillis, Indigenous Student Enrolment Specialist, firstname.lastname@example.org
About the CASPer Test
All applicants to the Bachelor of Science Nursing program must complete the CASPer test and have their results forwarded to Cape Breton University. The CASPer test must be completed by the deadlines noted above to be considered for that round of admission.
We do not accept the CASPer Snapshot.
All eligible candidates are ranked based on their previous academic performance (60%) and their compatibility for the nursing profession based on their score on the CASPer Assessment (40%).
Review CBU Academic Calendar Nursing Admission Information
To register for the CASPer test
- Visit https://acuityinsights.app/ and select Dates and Fees, then Browse Test Dates and Times. You will find Cape Breton University listed under the option for Nursing – Undergraduate.
- To register, applicants will use their CBU student number and government-issued photo ID.
- Applicants will receive their CBU student number by email once a Nursing application has been submitted and paid for. Applicants who want to register for CASPer before applying for admission can use a placeholder number as instructed on the CASPer registration page.
Test scores will automatically be issued to CBU within 2 weeks of your test date. You do not need to verify receipt of scores and CBU cannot provide applicants with details of their scores.
Please refer to takealtus.com for additional information, to review sample scenarios, and to sign up for the test. Test dates may be subject to change.
For more information on the Bachelor of Science Nursing programs and admission requirements email email@example.com or call the Office of the Registrar and Admissions at 902-563-1330.