The Lawrence Memorial/Regis College Nursing Program provides students with a unique blend of classroom and clinical experience, expert faculty and dynamic curricula. The program continues a tradition of excellence providing students with the professional knowledge and skills needed in the ever-changing health care professions. Graduates of the Lawrence Memorial/Regis College Nursing Program qualify to take the national examination for licensure as registered nurse. The outstanding performance on the examination by past graduates is testimony to the quality of education and to the high caliber of our students. This innovative program also facilitates nursing career mobility through a dual admission option, which allows qualified graduates to continue their education in the RN to BSN to MSN Upward Mobility Track and the RN to MSN Bridge Track at Regis College with full credit for their associate degree courses.
The Nursing Program has excellent clinical affiliations and offers a full range of practice laboratories. The Medford campus houses computer labs, nursing lab as well as simulation laboratories for student instruction and practice with interactive mannequins. In addition, students have access to a health science library on the Medford campus and a comprehensive library on the Weston campus.
The Nursing Program seeks academically talented students to attend this rigorous program. Monthly Information Sessions provide potential applicants complete program and admission information. These sessions are offered the first Thursday of the month, September through June at 7 p.m. at the Medford campus.
The program offers a self-managed application process. The application includes a checklist and instructions to be used in completing the application. The confidential reference form can be printed out from our website, under “Admissions Requirements”, to be given to your three references. Please note there is not an application deadline as the school offers rolling admissions thus, application are reviewed throughout the year.
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