Citizens School of Nursing

  • 2 Year
  • Private (Not For Profit)
  • New Kensington, PA

In the Allegheny County of Pennsylvania, the Citizens’ School of Nursing provides a two-year preparation program that helps equip students to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN).
This program includes nearly 1400 hours of nursing theory and practice in a hospital-based setting, so that students are fully prepared for the high-pressure environment in which the Citizens’ School of Nursing will help them excel.
Originally founded in 1913 under the name of Citizens’ General Hospital School of Nursing, the current-day Citizens’ School of Nursing has grown from an original class size of six students to a current enrollment of around two hundred students.
Because of its small class size and hands-on teaching model, the Citizens’ School of Nursing helps students get the experience that they need in a controlled environment, and helps prepare them for their chosen career in a manner that ensures that they will be able to excel and ultimately thrive!

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School Overview

Private (Not For Profit)

2 Year

Size of Institution

Very small (under 1,000 students)

Title: Citizens School of Nursing
Also Known As: N/A
Location: New Kensington, PA
Setting: Suburb – Large
Religious Affiliation: Not applicable
Other Characteristics: None
On-Campus Housing: Not provided
Board or Meal Plans: Not provided
Applicants: 4
Admissions: Not reported
Full-Time Retention Rate: Not reported
Part-Time Retention Rate: Not reported
Student to Faculty Ratio: 10 to 1
Open Admission Policy: No

Degrees, Certificates & Diplomas Offered

Postsecondary award, certificate, or diploma of at least two but less than four academic years

Special Learning Opportunities

Continuing education

Admissions

N/A

Acceptance Rate

No

Open Admission Policy

Application Fee

SAT & ACT Scores

  • The percentage of SAT score submissions is not reported
  • The percentage of ACT score submissions is not reported

Credits Accepted

Dual Credit

Yes

Credit for Life Experiences

No

Advanced Placement (AP)

Yes

Application Requirements

High School GPA

Not Required

High School Rank

Not Required

High School Record

Required

College Preparatory Program Completion

Not Required

Recommendations

Required

Competencies

Not Required

Standardized Test Scores

Recommended

TOEFL

Not Required

Other Tests

Required

Tuition

Yes

Alternative Tuition Plans

Alternative Tuition Plans

Tuition payment plan

Average Tuition for Full-Time Undergraduate Students

In District

Tuition

N/A

Required Fees

N/A

In State

Tuition

N/A

Required Fees

N/A

Out of State

Tuition

N/A

Required Fees

N/A

Average Tuition for Full-Time Graduate Students

In District

Tuition

N/A

Required Fees

N/A

In State

Tuition

N/A

Required Fees

N/A

Out of State

Tuition

N/A

Required Fees

N/A
  • Additional expenses for books and supplies is not reported

Financial Aid

54% of undergraduate students are receiving financial aid.

$4285 is the average amount awarded.

45% were awarded Pell grants

$3880 was the average amount awarded.

85% were awarded federal student loans

$7487 was the average amount awarded.

Majors

1. Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse

Living Expenses

Not provided

On-Campus Housing

N/A

Student Dormitory Capacity

Board & Meal Plans

Not provided

Costs

Room Charges: N/A
Board Charges: N/A

Academics

Library Facilities

Access to digital/electronic resources
A staff trained to provide and interpret library materials

Students

Undergraduate Students

166

Available Student Services 

Academic & career counseling services
Placement services for program completers

Enrollment

Applicants: 4
Admissions: N/A
Enrolled: N/A
Enrollment Rate: #DIV/0!%
Females Enrolled: N/A
Males Enrolled: N/A

Alumni by Ethnicity & Race

American Indian or Alaska Native

N/A

Asian

1.41%

Black or African American

N/A

Hispanic or Latino

N/A

Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islanders

N/A

White

98.59%

Two or More Races

N/A

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

N/A

Nonresident Alien

N/A

College Life

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Contact Details

Address

Citizens School of Nursing
651 Fourth Avenue
New Kensington
Pennsylvania
15068-6525

Phone Number

General Enquiries: 7243375090

Website

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