It is estimated that by the year 2020, there will be an estimated shortage of 800,000 nurses in the U.S. alone. As a nurse, your skills are in demand!
Trinity’s nursing program offers a convenient path to your Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Trinity’s faculty is dedicated to helping you to achieve or enhance your nursing degree, advance your career, and keep your skills in step with today’s rapidly evolving medical field.
In Trinity’s nursing program, you will learn through hands-on experience, in small classes that will allow you to develop a relationship with your professors and clinical supervisors. Students in the program also benefit from direct access to nurse leaders and leaders in healthcare in the US Congress and administrative agencies.
A student’s admission to Trinity’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing program depends upon several factors, including the major the student selects. The School of Nursing and Health Professions (NHP) admits students who will benefit from and contribute to a Trinity education and who will be able to meet the standards for graduation.
Many Paths to Your Nursing Degree
When considering candidates, the Admissions Committee evaluates a number of factors: past academic school records, scholastic aptitude, letters of recommendation, and a student’s personal statement. Special talents, high motivation, and academic and social involvement are important factors in the consideration of a student’s admission to Trinity.
Nursing applicants enter their nursing programs through different avenues:
- Nursing (B.S.N.) – Pre-Licensure: Current Trinity students from the College of Arts and Sciences (daytime courses for only women)
- Nursing (R.N. – B.S.N.): Registered nurses pursuing a baccalaureate degree
Applications from qualified students of diverse cultural, economic, and ethnic backgrounds are encouraged. Trinity admits students without regard to race, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, or disability.