Nursing programs are very selective in the personnel they accept. As a result, those who are chosen for a particular program will normally receive a nursing acceptance letter notifying them of this fact from the program advisor or dean of admissions of a particular college.
Format and Content
A nursing acceptance letter format begins by notifying the applicant that he or she has been selected to a particular program. It will then give a few details about the program such as when classes will start and the dates when orientation is being held. The letter will also provide contact information for the program director so that the new student will be able to get in touch with any questions before arriving on campus. It may also ask the recipient to respond as to whether or not he or she will accept the school’s offer to attend that program.
Barbara Miller is writing this nursing acceptance letter sample to Becky Smith in order to let her know that she has been accepted into the nursing program at Union State College. Since Ms. Smith was not previously given information about class start dates, this information is included in the letter. Mrs. Miller would also like to confirm that Ms. Smith would be accepting this offer so that another candidate can be chosen to fill the opening if need be, so a call to action is included in the final paragraph.
It gives me great pleasure to announce that you have been selected to join the nursing program here at Union State College beginning in January 2014. The nursing acceptance committee here at the college looked at your academic record, community service achievements, and recommendations from your professional references in order to arrive at their decision. After reviewing your application, I am confident they have made an excellent choice.
Classes are scheduled to begin on January 6, 2014, and the semester will end on May 12, 2014. In order to secure your enrollment, you will need to meet with your advisor, Mrs. Cathleen Dewberry during the first week of December 2013. During that time, you will be able to enroll in classes, and will also develop a plan for completing your degree based upon your individual needs. Mrs. Dewberry can be reached during normal business hours at (555)-555-5555.
You will also need to attend a brief orientation session on January 2, 2014 at our admissions hall. There will be two sessions held that day for your convenience. The first will take place at 2 p.m. and the second one will be held at 6 p.m. Each one is expected to last approximately one hour.
Please contact me at (555)-555-5555 no later than November 1, 2013 in order to let me know you plan to begin classes in January, and to let me know which orientation session you prefer to attend. Your confirmation is mandatory, as there is quite an extensive waiting list for students to join our program, and I will need to extend this offer to one of those individuals if you decline. I look forward to speaking with you soon.
Mrs. Barbara Miller
Mrs. Barbara Miller
Program Director for Nursing