All documents submitted to the college as required to complete the admission process remain the property of Labouré College.
Applicants are responsible for submitting the following:
Nursing Advanced Placement Program for LPNs applicants must provide proof of a current, valid Massachusetts license as a practical nurse.
Neurodiagnostic Technology (Online NDT Certificate) applicants are required to visit a clinical site and complete a “Motor Function Skills and Abilities” self-assessment sheet. All applicants must meet with Jean Farley, R EEG T, Chairperson and Associate Professor of the Division of Neurodiagnostic Technology, attend an information session and a clinical visit as a part of the admission requirement. Applicants to the Online NDT Certificate are required to submit an essay. For more information, please visit www.laboure.edu/NDT.
Radiation Therapy applicants must meet with a department chairperson, complete a “Motor Function Skills and Abilities” self-assessment sheet, attend an information session and visit a clinical site.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing Requirements:
Admission is competitive. Each program is a limited enrollment program.
All qualified applicants who do not hold a bachelors degree or higher are required to complete a computer based assessment known as the Accuplacer Tests. These tests are used by the Admissions Committee as part of the admissions process, as well as to evaluate basic skills in the areas of sentence skills, reading comprehension and mathematics. If the applicant is admitted, they are also used to match students with appropriate courses and academic support services. Labouré College Accuplacer testing appointments are scheduled weekly in the morning and afternoon.
Raw or scaled scores will be used for acceptance and placement purposes.
Students scoring below 60 in Reading Comprehension, 70 in Sentence
Skills, or 35 in Arithmetic will not be accepted to the college.
The following minimum scores will be required for acceptance and placement into general education courses: Reading Comprehension- 80, Sentence Skills- 90, and Arithmetic- 55.
The following minimum scores will be required for acceptance and placement into HCOP courses: Reading Comprehension- 60, Sentence Skills- 70, and Arithmetic- 35. HCOP or the Health Careers Opportunity Program focuses on teaching the skills necessary for success in nursing and allied health courses. learn more about HCOP
Students who have taken the Accuplacer test in reading comprehension, sentence skills, and arithmetic at another institution, within the last calendar year, may submit official proof of their scores, in lieu of sitting for testing. Scores from all three sections of the test must be received in order for the scores to be considered.
Scores must be received by the Admissions Office in order for the file to be complete. Scores must come in a sealed envelope, signed by another institution’s authorizing party.
The college will allow one retest within a three month period. A two week waiting period between the initial test and the retest is required.
January 31 at 10:00am EST
February 27 at 3:00pm EST
Please contact Patrick Orciani at email@example.com
Sessions are held at 11:00am & 5:30pm
Please RSVP by calling Carolyn Bird at 617.322.3575
Feb 13 at 9:00am
March 6 at 2:30pm
Please contact Carolyn Bird at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617.322.3575
Health Information Technology
By appointment. Please call HIT Chairperson, Elise Belanger at 617.322.3511