It could mean a lot of different things. At Bay State College it means we understand that going back to school is a big decision. And, it means we understand your concerns about succeeding at the college level. That’s why, regardless of how you see yourself doing in college, we see an opportunity to help you realize your potential with a community of support.
What else does it mean? It means that admissions counselors can show off our campus, answer your questions and guide you through our selection process—even before you apply. It means helping 95 percent of this year’s freshman class receive grants or scholarships that don’t have to be repaid. It means personal success coordinators and a closely-knit student body that can help make America’s biggest college town feel a little more like home.
In the classroom, it means a wide variety of Associates and Bachelor’s degree programs in such in-demand fields as healthcare, business, fashion, criminal justice and more. No matter which program you choose, it means learning in small classes from accessible professors with real-worldexperience in their field. To fit your schedule, it means making classes available at night or online.
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As you advance toward your degree, it means having a personal career advancement team. It means helping you write cover letters and resumes, creating mock job interviews and using social media to help you get noticed. It means internships at some of Boston’s best companies and organizations to build working relationships with people that can help you find a full-time position doing whatyou love.
In the end, what does it all mean? It means that at Bay State College, we care as much about your comfort as we do your success. It means we’re committed to providing you unmatched student support throughout your college journey. It means that going back to school doesn’t mean going it alone.
In short, it means Bay State is the right choice for you.
To learn more or get started, visit
www.baystate.edu/nursing or call an admissions representative at617-217-9186.