Prospective Students


St. Elizabeth College of Nursing is a two-year private, non-profit college founded in 1904. We offer an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Nursing with curriculum plans designed to meet your educational needs. With over 3600 graduates, our programs provide the best preparation to work in today's health care environment, a one to one relationship with faculty, experience with top of the line technology and the most extensive hands-on clinical experience available in a nursing program today!

Address: 2215 Genesee Street, Utica, New York 13501
General Info: (315) 801-8144
Financial Aid: (315) 801-8206
Admissions: (315) 801-8347
College Brochure: Online Catalog

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Campus and Location

St. Elizabeth's campus is located in Utica, New York within the scenic Mohawk Valley. At the foot of the Adirondack Mountains, the College is approximately 90 miles west of Albany and 45 miles east of Syracuse. Students can enjoy the local area landmarks such as the Stanley Theater, Munson Williams Proctor Art Institute, Barge Canal Trails, FX Matt Brewery and much more.

Our Students and Faculty

Our student enrollment is approximately 200 each academic year. With 19 faculty members, the student-faculty ratio is 10:1 and the average class size is 35. The combination of small classes, and one to one relationship with their faculty advisor, creates an ideal learning environment.

Costs & Financial Aid

Estimated costs for the two-year program is under $31,000.00. This includes tuition, fees, uniforms and required textbooks. 95% of our students receive some form of financial aid.

Student Outcomes

Retention Rate (First Year to Second Year)                                        67.5% (For the Class entering Fall 2014)

Graduation Rate (150% - 3 Years)                                                      67.1% (For the Class entering Fall 2012)

Graduates (2014-2015)                                                                       64 (July 2014 through June 2015)

Employment Rate (Within six months of Graduation)                         88.7% (Available data as of Oct 2015)

NCLEX Pass Rate                                                                               94% (Passed on first attempt)