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The University of Delaware's School of Nursing and Beebe Healthcare’s Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing in Lewes have partnered to offer a joint education program for students in southern Delaware.
This three-year program, which launched in fall 2017, offers students the chance to simultaneously earn an associate in arts degree through the UD Associate in Arts Program in Georgetown and a diploma in professional nursing from Rollins, which is the only hospital-based nursing program in Delaware.
The Rollins School of Nursing, located on the Beebe Medical Center campus in Lewes, offers comprehensive nursing education; the school provides instruction in basic nursing concepts, advanced technology, and critical care nursing. The school, which recently underwent a $10 million expansion, offers state-of-the-art medical education technology, audiovisual equipment, high-fidelity medical simulators and advanced clinical laboratories. Due to its close proximity to the hospital, students are able to gain essential hands-on clinical experience.
New high-school graduates may be eligible for Student Excellence Equals Degree (SEED) funding during the first year of the program. To qualify for admission, students must have graduated from high school with a minimum grade point average of 2.75 and earned grades of at least B– in biology and chemistry. Other forms of financial aid and scholarships are available for students not eligible for SEED.
To apply, complete the Application for Dual Admissions with the UD Office of Admissions.
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