• Program Accreditations
    Our Practical Nursing Program has full approval status from the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing. Check out our ACEN accreditation statistics:

    Full-Time: No

    Length of Program: 60-weeks 
    Size of Class: 30
    School Year: August to June 
    Required Entrance Exams: TEAS 6.0
    Tuition: 2020–2021
    In-District            =    $12, 000.00
    Out-of-District    =    $18, 000.00
    Out-of-State      =    $18, 000.00
    Additional Costs: Yes. There is a seat fee, lab fees, uniforms, and books.
    Financial Aid Available: 
    Pell Grants
    Federal Loans
    Housing: No  

    Clinical Education Sites:
     Community hospitals, rehabilitation hospitals, community agencies, and long term facilities  

    Other Admissions Criteria:
    High school Diploma/GED/Approved homeschooling program.  

    Transfer Credits Accepted:

    Nurses Aid Advanced Placement:
    NCLEX-PN Pass Rates:
    Class 2011 100%
    Class 2012 100%
    Class 2014 100%
    Class 2015 100%
    Class 2016  78.0%
    Class 2017  91.66% 
    Class 2018 100%
    Class 2019  90%
    Class 2020 100%
    Class 2021   90%
    Overall Average 95.0%  
    Graduation Employment Rate:
    Class 2011   97%
    Class 2012  100%
    Class 2014   88%
    Class 2015  100%
    Class 2016   84.22%
    Class 2017   91.66%
    Class 2018  100% 
    Class 2019   95%
    Class 2020  100%
    Overall Average 95%  
    Application Fee: $125.00 (includes one TEAS Test fee)  

    Application Deadline:
     Rolling admissions 
  • Check Out Our Accreditations
    Accreditation Commission
    for Education in Nursing

    3343 Peachtree Road NE
    Suite 850
    Atlanta, Georgia 30326
    For additional information contact:
    Joann L. Monks, MBA, MSc, RN-BC, RMA
    Practical Nursing Program Coordinator

    P: 508–529–7758 x3014 
    F: 508–529–4579 ATTN PN Program
    Board of Nursing Professional Licensure Requirements as of July 1, 2020
    As an applicant to our Practical Nursing Program, you are encouraged to discuss your ability for licensure to work in another state other than Massachusetts. If you intend to practice outside of Massachusetts, you may need to obtain a license in another state, as not all states accept a Massachusetts license. 

    Graduates of our program are qualified to work in the state of Massachusetts upon the successful attainment of the appropriate licensure requirements.

    For more information please contact our Practical Nursing Coordinator, or visit the National Council of State Boards of Nursing website.