Nursing & Allied Health

The Nursing Department let student know the results on March 31st.

We are committed to offering our students a variety of programs in healthcare. Opportunities abound for students at all levels to get engaged. Student candidates can pursue a position in a variety of health professions and attain gainful employment in numerous health professions. Courses are offered at the Franklin and Suffolk campuses.

Nursing Programs Applicant Personal Reference

Nursing Student Handbook 2017 – 2018

The Allied Health Student Handbook for 2016 – 17

ACEN Letter

Nursing and Allied Health Organizational Chart

Attention applicants: You will need to provide a copy of your official transcripts from high school or GED, college, university or trade school for each program you are applying to; even if you applied to our programs in the past.

For information on the College’s Nursing and Allied Health Programs, call 757.569.6731.


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