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Applying for the Fall of 2023: What you need to know

We have been very busy with building our online application and while we continue to do so, we invite applicants to continue using our paper application. Download our application by clicking the button below.

Once you have completed your application and all of the items on the checklist provided, you can mail it to:

St. Elizabeth College of Nursing
Attention: Admissions Department
2215 Genesee Street
Utica, NY 13501

All students must comply with the conditions of the clinical host agency. These conditions may include federal background checks, health requirements, mandatory vaccines and confidentiality restrictions. Failure to comply, may result in a student's ability to participate in a clinical rotation and meet program requirements.

More about admissions:

ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2023

Apply Early!! St. Elizabeth College of Nursing (SECON) is a highly competitive nursing program.

 

Prerequisites:

Basic Algebra within the last three years. SECON does not accept a Statistics course to meet the Algebra pre-requisite. If applicants score a 75% or higher on the TEAS exam, this will fulfill the Algebra requirement.

GPA Requirements and Standardized Test

GPA Requirements:

2.75 or higher (College)

85% or higher (High School)

 

Standardized Test:

Required within the last three (3) years. (e.g. SAT/ACT, TEAS). If applicants have not had a test

within the three years,  we will schedule an ATI TEAS exam on campus as part of the application

process.

Application Fee:

$65.00

Transcripts:

Before processing any application, we require all transcripts from the applicants prior schooling. This includes high school, trade school and any colleges attended prior to applying to SECON.

Admissions Advisement:

Opportunity to meet one on one with an Admissions Counselor

The College's admission policies, strategies, and procedures reflect its mission, goals, and objectives.

Reflecting Christian values and seeking a diverse student population, the College admits qualified students of any age, race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, marital status, disability, or sexual orientation.

The College is in compliance with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) of 1990. A list of essential skills and abilities that are necessary for a candidate to achieve an associate in applied science degree in nursing is made available as part of the application process. This College is authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant alien students.

All students must comply with the conditions of the clinical host agency. These conditions may include federal background checks, health requirements, mandatory vaccines and confidentiality restrictions. Failure to comply, may result in a student's ability to participate in a clinical rotation and meet program requirements.

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