- The nursing pupils at Simmons College are socially responsive and also understand that each client is unique. You will cultivate the practices and also processes required to care for others and also save lives.
- You will take part in classes brought to life by committed professors who also practice as nurses and also pride themselves on being personal With the carefully developed acute care curriculum, state-of-the-art simulation labs, and also clinical education training program, the students graduate ready to administer skilled and also compassionate care. They also offer the Dorothea Lynde Dix Scholars Training program, a unique chance for adult learners to complete their BSN in 16 months or even 2-3 years, as well as a revolutionary RN-BSN training program.
About the school
- Simmons College, founded in the year 1899, is non-public women focused undergraduate college and also a private co-educational graduate school in Boston, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
- Simmons was established in 1899 with a bequest by John Simmons, a wealthy clothing manufacturer in Boston, USA. Simmons built the school based on the belief that women need to live independently by offering a Liberal Arts education for undergraduate women to incorporate into professional work experience.
Total estimated cost of attendance is approximate $25,106
Following are the minimum requirements for BSN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
First-year students have two admission options:
- Early Action I and II: This non-binding option allows students to submit their application and credentials early for priority scholarship and admission consideration. In order to be reviewed for Early Action consideration your application must be complete on the deadline date.
- Regular Decision: Regular Decision applicants are reviewed for admission and scholarships as they become complete.
The Simmons admission committee will review your application to learn not only what you have accomplished, but also who you are. In addition to standardized test scores and high school transcripts other factors we consider include:
- Letters of recommendation (one from a teacher and one from a counselor/advisor)
- Essay/Personal Statement
- Co-curricular activities
- Leadership experience
- College/university transcripts (if applicable)
- Interview (recommended, but not required)
Codes for submitting standardized tests:
SAT: 3761 (We will accept either the new or old SAT for students applying Fall 2017)
We look for students who have completed a challenging college preparatory curriculum including:
- 4 years of English
- 4 years of Math (at least one year beyond Algebra 2)
- 4 years of Science
- 3 years of Social Science
- 3 years of Foreign Language
We accept AP, IB and college credits from first-year students.
Address: 300 Fenway, Boston, MA 02115, USA
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