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St. John's College of Nursing is ...
Private not-for-profit, Catholic
Athletic Division
Athletic Conference
729 E Carpenter Street
Springfield, IL 62702


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They have never offered any scholarships until the beginning of 2013, which is around when I withdrew. Now they offer a few merit-based scholarships, but their primary source of financial aid relies on a pool of donations. It is mostly need-based and somewhat limited; but this is the type of school where if you truly want to be there and financial aid is the only thing blocking you, if you make a very strong case for it, they will work with you. Do not be afraid to speak directly with the dean and write a letter to them. The administration will be flakey but if you hassle them, they are small and will likely do what you want.
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Students go in to a wide variety of fields after graduation, as the preparation received here is quite diverse and applicable to many potential fields. Students will sometimes take classes at other institutions during the summer to gain more exposure to a particular specialized field and/or a subject that requires certain technical knowledge.
The school offers a scholarship should students plan to work at an unpaid internship during the summer. The career center is very helpful when it comes to looking for internships, holding workshops, and guiding students through the scholarship application process.