Summer seats for our accelerated nursing program are still available!

One of the best things about Utica College’s Accelerated Second Degree Nursing Program in New York is that there’s no need to wait to get your new career off the ground. Not only does the program take just 16 months, but we’re ready when you are so you won’t sit on a waiting list. In fact, there are still seats available for our summer cohort starting April 29! Sound good? Alright!

So, what are your next steps?


1. Meet with your admissions advisor. Our process starts with a one-on-one appointment with an advisor, who can help you determine where you stand in terms of eligibility. Your admissions advisor will help you make a plan to start the program as early as possible, so you’ll never feel alone.

2. Finish your prerequisites. You might have everything you need to start the program right now. If not, you’ll need to complete all the required prerequisite courses with a “C” or better before applying. You have options for where to complete your classes. Your admissions advisor will help you determine the best choice for you.

3. Apply to Utica’s School of Nursing. Once you’ve completed all the steps your admissions advisor has laid out for you, you’re ready to apply to nursing school! Make sure to order your official transcripts from all schools you’ve attended after high school before this point so there won’t be any hold-up in determining your acceptance.

4. Find funding. There are copious resources to help nursing students pay for school. Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and ask your admissions advisor about other options to assist you in paying for your education.

Request your initial consultation now by visiting or calling 866.892.6747. Don’t delay your future. A new career is at your fingertips!

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Our ABSN has three start dates a year, so you can begin nursing school whenever you're ready.

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