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St. John's College of Nursing is a private, Catholic college located in Springfield, Illinois. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 109 undergraduate students. The only major offered is Nursing.
729 E Carpenter Street
Springfield, IL 62702
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St. John's College of Nursing Admissions

Acceptance Rate
Application Deadline
Rolling Admissions
SAT Range
ACT Range
Application Fee
$60
SAT/ACT
High School GPA
Early Decision/Early Action

Academics

Professors
NG
Based on faculty accomplishments, salary, student reviews, and additional factors.
Student Faculty Ratio
5:1
Evening Degree Programs
No
100%
of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.6 responses
100%
of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.4 responses
50%
of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.4 responses

Majors

Online

Online Programs Offered
1
Offers Online Courses
Yes
Online Certificate Programs
0
Online Associates Programs
0
Online Bachelor's Programs
1
How Students Learn
  • Mix of Online and on Campus
    0%
  • On Campus
    92%
  • Online
    8%

Students

Full-Time Enrollment
109Undergrads
Part-Time Undergrads
13
Undergrads Over 25
42%
Pell Grant
Varsity Athletes
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St. John’s college is a wonderful nursing school in the capital of Illinois. The sisters of St. Francis founded the school and started teaching nursing and formed a school rich in tradition that goes follows the sisters core values of respect, joy, compassion, and competence
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I haven’t started the general BSN program yet at St. John’s College of Nursing. I start classes August 10th 2020
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.