EARN YOUR NURSING DEGREE AND JOIN ONE OF THE MOST TRUSTED PROFESSIONS
*Earning a nursing degree from Nightingale College does not guarantee employment as a Registered Nurse. Passing the NCLEX-RN® exam and meeting other licensure requirements is necessary for obtaining an RN license.
Become a BSN-Prepared Nurse in as few as 32 Months Enroll Now in One of Nightingale College’s Accredited Nursing Degree Programs Get Your ASN Degree in as few as 16 Months Financial Aid Available to Qualified Applicants
Discover. Commit. Start.
Learn Nightingale College’s Admissions process with three simple steps.
STEP 1: DISCOVER
Discover if Nightingale College is the right fit for you. Nursing school is tough on its own, but choosing the best school can make all the difference in your education. Take some time to peruse our website to see what you can expect as a nursing learner at Nightingale College. Our admissions advisors will help answer any questions you have.
STEP 2: COMMIT
Commit to becoming a registered nurse. It takes dedication, determination, and perseverance to be a nurse and requires immense support from your family, friends, and employer.
Your employer may offer educational benefits to help you further your nursing education. Visit your employer’s HR department to see if you qualify for possible tuition assistance.
Additionally, Nightingale College offers financial aid advisors who can review your personal situation and help you find and apply for tuition assistance.
Financial Aid Department
STEP 3: START
Start the application process. By this stage, you have decided that Nightingale College is the right fit for you and have gotten the necessary information to begin applying. Your admissions advisor will continue to support you throughout the application process to make sure you meet all qualifications and gain access to all the tools and resources that the College offers.
The ADN vs. BDN Program at Nightingale College
Deciding to go to nursing school is tough, but enrolling in the right program is crucial to your success as a nurse.