St. Joseph Nursing - New Hampshire is a private, Catholic college located in Nashua, New Hampshire in the Boston Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 64 undergraduate students. Admissions is fairly competitive as the St. Joseph Nursing - New Hampshire acceptance rate is 33%. The only major offered is Nursing. Graduating 100% of students, St. Joseph Nursing - New Hampshire alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $41,800.
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St. Joseph School of Nursing - New Hampshire Reviews
St. Joseph's is a great school to earn your ADN. The program is streamlined and they definitely set you up to succeed. One frustrating point is that they are not very good about accepting transfer credits. Look into this before you make your decision. I have a BA in English but my credits were not accepted and I had to take English 101 and 201, which amounts to over $1,600 in tuition. On the whole, this is a very affordable school. You will get a good return on investment, and if you are serious and dedicated you will do very well here. There are no clubs/sports/student life, but to be honest you will not have time for that anyway. Most students are second degree/career change, so everyone is at a different point in their lives and most people are trying to become nurses, rather than have a 'college experience.'
I am earning my associate degree in nursing by the end of this month and am very appreciative of the efforts my instructors have put into preparing me for the N-CLEX exam. But, more importantly, I feel prepared to step into my nursing career with confidence, knowing that I have received expert instruction, advice, and support from everyone at SJSN. After a less-than-stellar experience at another school, it is reassuring to have had that support. I'm looking forward to being the best nurse I can possibly be!
This school shows respect, caring and sensitivity towards all, honoring the dignity of each person, especially the poor, vulnerable and suffering. Also, they deliver all services with the highest level quality, while seeking creative innovation which motivates students in the nursing program.