If you feel called to be a nurse, Union College’s nursing program, where graduates pass the national licensure test on the first attempt at a much higher rate than the national average, might be the place for you.

And if you’re worried about a two-year waiting list, staring fall 2015 incoming freshmen who meet high school grade, ACT score and course prerequisite requirements will be guaranteed a spot in the nursing program when they finish their first three semesters of general education classes.

Learn more about the early admission track for nursing program and read about Heather Boone, who found the academic support she needed to be successful at Union College.