Individuals interested in applying to the Crouse Hospital College of Nursing must:
- Meet all admission requirements prior to submission of any required application documentation
- Mail the completed application form, application fee and the following required documentation to:
Crouse Hospital College of Nursing
736 Irving Ave.
Syracuse, NY 13210
- Have obtained one of the following:
- High School Diploma (minimum overall average of 80%)
- External Diploma
- Have successfully completed the following courses:
Success is defined as:
- High School Courses: minimum course grade of 75%
- College Courses: minimum course grade of "C"
High school applicants must submit either SAT or ACT standardized test scores:
- Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT): critical reading score
- American College Test (ACT): composite score
Science courses (Anatomy & Physiology I, Anatomy & Physiology II, Microbiology, Nutrition and Pharmacology) intended for transfer credit must have been completed within the last 5 years with a minimum grade of "C."
Please note: Incomplete applications and those not meeting admission requirements will not be considered for admission. Application materials become the property of Crouse Hospital School of Nursing and will not be returned.
Special Admission Requirements:
Applicants with Learning Disabilities or Physical Disabilities
As a single purpose institution, the ability of the Crouse Hospital College of Nursing to meet special needs or physical requirements is limited. Students with special needs may want to make their personal situation known to the Center for Academic Success
Coordinator. Options can then be fully explored, providing adequate information to make a decision about applying to the school or about accepting any other offer of admission.
Learning Disabilities or Physical Disabilities
The Crouse Hospital School of Nursing is committed to providing reasonable instructional accommodations to persons with disabilities as set forth under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. While the school strives to accommodate the needs of students with disabilities, this does not include measures that place an undue financial burden on the school or severely alter the objectives of the nursing program. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, all accepted candidates must be otherwise qualified for program acceptance and must fulfill program requirements.