Saint Anthony College of Nursing (SACN)
5658 East State Street, Rockford, IL 61108
Academics at Saint Anthony’s College of Nursing focus on varying levels of degrees in nursing. Students can receive a general bachelor’s degree in Nursing (BSN), a Family Nurse Practitioner certificate, a degree in Parish Nurse Education, or pursue other avenues of academics.
Those seeking admissions to the master’s program must demonstrate that they have an RN licensure and have completed their bachelor’s degree with a GPA of at least 2.8. Additionally, they must submit a typed statement of professional, educational, and career goals, three professional letters of recommendation, and a completed application with application fee.
All students accepted into this program must submit to a drug screening and background check.
In addition to tuition fees, students are responsible for a application fee, a nonrefundable tuition deposit, lab and testing fees, the cost of their uniforms, books, and any additional course fees.
Financial aid is available at Saint Anthony College of Nursing through grants, tuition waivers, loans, and scholarships to those who qualify.
Additionally, students may be able to receive federal and state grants, and private loans and scholarships.
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