What is the partnership?
Manor College’s dual admissions partnership with LaSalle University’s Nursing Program will allow students enrolled at Manor to take four courses at LaSalle during their second year at Manor College. Students then transfer to LaSalle University for two years to complete the BSN program.
Why start at Manor?
Students at Manor benefit from the small class size, personalized advising and low tuition. Students who may not qualify for acceptance to LaSalle for Nursing directly from high school now have a unique pathway to achieve admission. Further, LaSalle University offers significant merit scholarships to Manor graduates based on college cumulative grade point average. The cost of obtaining a BSN degree is therefore significantly reduced by taking advantage of this Dual Admissions program.
If you have any questions or would like more information, please don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Julie Senecoff, Dean of Arts and Sciences and Program Director for the Manor’s Pre-Nursing program at email@example.com. LaSalle University has an outstanding Nursing program and we are delighted to embark on this new agreement with them.
How to Apply
- Students will apply to La Salle via the Dual Admission Application at the beginning of their program at Manor and would need to indicate their interest in this specialized program. They can do this online for free at www.lasalle.edu
- At the end of year 1, students must possess a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 as well as a 3.0 science GPA. They must also provide acceptable TEAS exam (58.7%) or SAT/ACT scores (SAT=1080) to progress in the LaSalle program.
- All LaSalle nursing (NUR) courses MUST be completed with at least a C+ or better in each course as well as maintaining a 2.75 LaSalle GPA. Manor GPA must remain 3.0 or higher in order to progress in the program
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