This associate of science in nursing program provides a varied and flexible curriculum and expert faculty which maximizes clinical learning experience.
Clinical locations include suburban hospitals, major Boston teaching hospitals, and a variety of community sites. Successful graduates qualify to sit for the national examination for licensure as registered nurses RN.
The Nursing Program with its rich history maintains a tradition of excellence, providing students a unique blend of clinical and classroom experience, a flexible curriculum and expert faculty.
About the school
The Lawrence Memorial/Regis College Nursing and Radiography Programs offer students a unique blend of clinical and classroom experience, dynamic curricula and expert faculty.
Both programs continue a convention of excellence offering students the professional knowledge and skills required in the ever-changing health care vocation. Successful graduates of the associate degree program are eligible to take the national examination for licensure as registered nurses RN or radiographers. The exceptional performance in these examinations by past graduates is evidence to the quality of education offered in the school.
Total program cost is around $37,585.
Following are the minimum requirements for ADN-RN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
Admission, Selection & Enrollment Of Students
Lawrence Memorial/Regis College admits academically qualified persons without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status. Financial need is not considered in the application process. Applicants are selected who provide evidence of academic accomplishment, work and life experience, strong motivation, and the potential to successfully complete the program. Each candidate is evaluated on an individual basis based on overall strengths according to established admission criteria.
Applicants must be high school graduates or have earned a General Equivalency Diploma (GED) certificate. Applicants with a GED must have earned a minimum of 450 in the math and science components on the 2002 Series GED. Those applicants with a GED prior to 2002 must have earned a minimum of 45 in each of the five test areas.
For high school graduates, a college preparatory course of studies with a cumulative average of B (85%) is preferred. Home schooled students must provide letter from Superintendent of Schools in their home district. Applicants that received their secondary and/or post-secondary education outside of the U.S. must have their transcripts sent to an approved educational documentation service for certification that the applicant has successfully completed a course of study equivalent to a U.S. high school diploma. Students that have secondary and/or post-secondary education outside of the U.S. will be required to complete an English Proficiency exam (see score requirements under International Student section of this policy) as well as an in-person interview with the Admissions Coordinator.
All applicants (except LPN/LVNs) should have completed algebra, biology and chemistry at either the high school or college level with a grade of C (75%) or better. Required high school courses in algebra, biology and chemistry may be fulfilled by taking the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) and attaining pre-determined scores. The biology course requirement may be fulfilled by taking an approved college anatomy and physiology course. A student who has a score of 440 or above in the math component of the SAT is not required to have taken high school algebra. LPN/LVNs are required to have completed an Algebra course (high school or college level), but not Chemistry and Biology.
The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) of the College Entrance Examination Board (CEEB) is optional. For those who wish to submit them, scores of above 480 critical reading, 440 math, and 480 writing on SATs are preferred. The applicant should arrange to have the results sent directly to the Program whose CEEB code number is 3488.Applicants with previous college education must meet the Program’s admission requirements and should have earned at least a 2.5 cumulative average in post-secondary school.
Official transcripts from the applicant’s high school and all post-secondary schools are required. Applicants should mail official transcripts, in their original unopened sealed envelopes, with their application packet.
Proof of legal status for students with U.S. permanent resident status (green card) will be required after acceptance, but prior to enrollment in classes.
Lawrence Memorial /Regis College
170 Governors Avenue
Medford, MA 02155-1643
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