St. John's College has been providing exceptional nursing education for more than 130 years. What started as a training school for religious Sisters expanded to a diploma program as St. John's School of Nursing. In 1991, the school changed its name to the current St. John's College of Nursing and is approved to grant the baccalaureate and masters degrees in nursing.
St. John's College educates students to be competent, caring, patient-centered professionals for a diverse population. There are a number programs to aid the student in pursuing their desired degree.
Students are responsible for knowing and abiding by the academic and social policies of the college. Please reference the student handbook and catalog.