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  • How long does the B.S. in Nursing program take to complete?

    It takes four years (eight semesters) to complete the bachelor's degree.

  • Is the program accredited?

    Yes, the B.S. in Nursing program is fully accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing and approved by the Massachusetts State Board of Nursing.

  • What is the NCLEX-RN pass rate?

    The first-to-second year retention rate for the School of Nursing is 94%. NCLEX-RN pass rates are historically above national averages. For 2018 NCLEX-RN first-time pass rate was 93% with an overall pass rate of 100%.

  • What are the admission requirements?

    In addition to Endicott’s general admission requirements, you must have taken high school chemistry and biology, two years of high school math, and have a high school GPA of at least “C” or better, recalculated for science and math. Verbal and math SAT scores must total at least 1150 (or an ACT composite score of at least 24).

  • Does the B.S. in Nursing program require pre-admission testing?

    Other than SATs or ACTs, no special testing is needed.

  • How do I apply?

    You may apply online using the Endicott Application available on the Admission web page. February 15 is the application deadline. After that, applications are accepted on a space-available basis.

  • When will I start clinicals?

    Clinical coursework starts in the first semester of the sophomore year and continues in each semester until graduation. The senior year, semester-long internship includes working one-on-one with a nurse preceptor.

  • Where do students go for clinicals?

    Endicott’s clinical partners include Boston and local tertiary hospitals, community hospitals, rehabilitation hospitals, community-based care settings, and others.

  • What is the student:faculty ratio? What size are the classes?

    Class size for most of the general education and nursing program classes is 20-30 students. In all clinical rotations, skill practice labs, and clinical simulation labs, the student:faculty ratio is 6 or 7 to 1.

  • Will I need a car?

    During the first year while you are living on the Endicott campus, you will not need a car. In the sophomore, junior, and senior years, nursing students are responsible for their own transportation to clinical sites. Carpooling is encouraged.

  • Will I be able to play a sport or pursue other activities while I study nursing?

    Nursing coursework will take a lot of your time, but the athletics department and the School of Nursing work together to support student athletes who want to continue their sports for all four years. Nursing students have been successful in football, cheerleading, equestrian, lacrosse, basketball, field hockey, dance, ice hockey, and the performing arts.

  • What other things can I expect as a student in the B. S. in Nursing program at Endicott College?

    Program features include:

    • Clinical Simulation Experiences
      • Practice patient care in a state-of-the-art simulation lab.
    • Service Learning Programs
      • Work with other Endicott students and faculty on community-based service teams at local shelters, county jail projects, immigrant community centers, and other locations.
    • Study Abroad Opportunities
      • Students may spend the fall or spring of the junior year in many locations without interrupting progress toward their degrees. A cross-cultural option, NU 315 Intercultural Nursing: Service Learning Experience, is available for nursing students. Shorter travel-based courses to Belize, Iceland,Scotland, and other countries are also available.
    • Professional Involvement from Day One
      • The Endicott College Student Nurse Association is affiliated with the National Student Nurse Association. You may become a member, run for office, organize service activities, or attend a national conference.
    • Sigma Theta Tau Chi Epsilon chapter Honor Society, membership is available for nursing students.