Individuals who want to apply to Crouse Hospital College of Nursing must complete the Application Process below. If you have any questions as you complete it please contact us at 315/470-7481.
- Complete the application form,
- Print and sign the student nurse position description.
- Complete the selection criteria form, in full.
- Mail the completed application form; the completed selection criteria form; and the student nurse position description and $35 application fee (made payable to Crouse Hospital School of Nursing) to:
Crouse Hospital College of Nursing
736 Irving Ave.
Syracuse, NY 13210
- Arrange for the following required documentation to be sent to the Admissions Office:
- Official copy of high school transcript (required even if the applicant has attended college)
- Official copy of GED (if applicable)
- Official copy of External Diploma (if applicable)
- Official copies of standardized test scores (SAT, ACT, TOEFL) as indicated
- Official copies of all college/post-secondary transcripts (if applicable)
- Two completed reference forms
References should be professional or academic in nature. References from friends or family members are NOT acceptable. Reference letters from international applicants must be from individuals residing in the United States.
Application Deadline Dates
The Crouse Hospital College of Nursing admissions process is competitive and applicants are encouraged to apply early. All application requirements must be completed and received (NOT postmarked) prior to the deadline dates. The application deadlines are as follows:
Fall Semester: February 1
Spring Semester: September 1
RN Transfer Advanced Placement Applicants Deadlines:
Fall Semester: June 1
Spring Semester: September 1
Please contact the main office at 315/470-7481 to learn more about Advance Placement options. Applications are considered on a space available basis.
The Crouse Hospital College of Nursing has designed a selection criterion as a method to determine and accept the most qualified candidates. Candidates meeting admissions requirements are required to complete the selection criterion to determine the point value
of their application. Verification of points accumulated will be based on the applicant's reference letters, transcripts and applicable license/certification. Failure to provide supportive documentation may result in reduced points. All points will be confirmed by members of the Admissions Committee.
In seeking a varied student body, Crouse Hospital College of Nursing recruits women and men of diverse backgrounds. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, sex, marital status, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status, age or disability in its admission and educational policies.
Residence Hall Occupancy Policy
Student residence hall space will be assigned equally and fairly to female College of Nursing students based on specific criteria. Residence hall space is limited and therefore not guaranteed.
Students requesting a dorm room need to complete the Crouse Hospital College of Nursing Residence Hall Application. Applications will be reviewed and rooms will be assigned based on the applicant’s geographic distance from the college. Space is limited and not guaranteed. Students granted space must submit a non-refundable placement fee by a predetermined deadline date in order to secure residence hall space.
Students residing beyond a 25 mile radius of the College will be given first consideration.
Students residing within a 25 mile radius of the college who request residence hall space will be placed on a residence hall wait list if accepted to the college.
Applicants for the spring semester have limited opportunity for residence hall space. Applicants must complete a residence hall application and will be placed on a wait list if accepted to the college.
Residence Hall occupancy eligibility is determined on a yearly basis. Previous occupancy in the residence hall does not guarantee housing during subsequent academic years. Eligibility will be based on criteria listed above and is not guaranteed.
Once accepted into the program, the following requirements are mandatory for accepted students to enroll:
- $150 enrollment fee
- TEAS evaluation
- CPR certification
- Proof of current health insurance coverage
- Completed health assessment