• 2524
  • Nursing
Ancilla College
Ancilla College
9601 Union Road
Plymouth, IN 46563
http://www.ancilla.edu
Staff Approved

Description

Bachelor of Science Nursing
The Nursing Program seeks to provide the student with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide direct care to a variety of individuals in settings consistent with the health care needs of the people in the communities they serve. Students enrolled in Nursing will have excellent clinical experiences at various area hospitals, long term care facilities and other healthcare facilities in Plymouth, Rochester, Winamac, Knox, South Bend, LaPorte, and others.
Yes
51.3801
Course(s)
The following courses must be completed prior to acceptance into the nursing program: BIOL 252 Human Anatomy Physiology II (4 credit horus), BIOL 270 Microbiology (4 credit hours), ENGL 110 Writing I (3 credit hours), and FYE 101 Freshman Seminar (2 credit hours).
Spring Semester (begins in Janurary) deadline: October 1stFall Semester (begins in August) deadline: April 1st
Fall 100% Refund 1st week of classes 75% Refund 2nd week of classes 50% Refund 3rd week of classes 25% Refund 4th week of classes Last Day to Withdraw approx. 13.5 weeks Last Day of Session 2nd week of DecemberSpring 100% Refund 1st week of classes 75% Refund 2nd week of classes 50% Refund 3rd week of classes 25% Refund 4th week of classes Last Day to Withdraw approx. 13.5 weeks Last Day of Session 1st week of May

Admissions

22
Day,Evening,Online
2 year(s)
62 academic credit hours
90%
Yes
Yes 
Yes
Yes

Financial Information

$43,200.00
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$8,585.00
$2,895.00
$881.94
54,680.00
    • $105.00
    • No

Financial Aid

  • No

Financial Aid:

  • Federal Gift Aid (Pell Grant)
  • Federal Student Loan (Stafford)
  • G. I. Bill
  • Institutional Gift Aid (Grants and Scholarships)
  • Local Gift Aid (Grants and Scholarships)
  • State Financial Aid (Grants and Scholarships)
  • Work Study Programs
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