St. Joseph’s College of Nursing is a two-year, hospital-based associate degree RN program. Weekday and weekend options are available with comfortable accommodations for both resident and non-resident men and women. A Dual Degree Partnership in Nursing (DDPN) is offered to high school students, enabling them to earn an Associate’s Degree from St. Joseph’s and a Bachelor’s Degree from Le Moyne College in four years. St. Joseph’s students have access to the programs and facilities at Le Moyne College, located just five miles east of St. Joseph’s. St. Joseph’s is north of Syracuse’s downtown area, close to Carousel Center, Carrier Dome, and the bus and train station. There are dozens of restaurants and entertainment options nearby. St. Joseph’s Hospital is a Magnet-designated network of health care services and programs, including a 431-bed, comprehensive medical care facility, many outpatient programs, a home health care agency, satellite facilities and affiliated organizations. The cardiac program is recognized as one of the best in the country. Other programs of excellence include maternal/ child, vascular, pulmonary, orthopedic and emergency care.
Founded: 1898 Majors or degrees offered: Associate Degree—Registered Nurse Academic calendar: Semester Enrollment: 290-320 Tuition/costs: $32,485 (for 2 years of tuition only); room: $2,100/semester Financial aid: full- and part-time aid available; The Financial Aid Office offers students guidance to complete the application process Admissions: Minimum requirements – high school diploma or equivalent; rank in upper half of class; SAT and/or ACT scores; successful completion of high school biology, chemistry, mathematics including algebra, social sciences, English.