School Of Nursing

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The Trinitas School of Nursing occupies the entire third floor of Union County College's Elizabeth I. Kellogg Building. Click here for directions to Trinitas School of Nursing.

Trinitas School of Nursing Receives First Pinnacle Award Laerdal Medical
Corporation presents award to TSON
at special event

"The processes of education entail
interaction in various settings, both formal and informal. The ultimate goals are expansion of intellect, development of
skills, and enhancement of personal
growth and maturity. Enrichment of life
is its essence. It is to these ends that
Trinitas School of Nursing addresses itself. The School offers an opportunity for the educationally motivated person to pursue
a career in the profession of nursing. The School’s administration and faculty are dedicated to the design, implementation,
and continued evaluation of a sound
program of study. Commitment to and creative involvement in the preparation
of nurses is the foundation of the School’s endeavors.”

Mary E. Kelley, LLD, MSN, MEd, RN,

Did You Know?

         Trinitas School of Nursing
         Dean Named National League
         of Nursing Education Fellow

 Location/Contact Info
Trinitas Regional Medical Center
School Of Nursing
40 W. Jersey St., 3rd floor
Elizabeth, NJ 07202
908-659-5200 (Phone)
908-659-5201 (Fax)

The Cooperative Nursing Program

Trinitas School of Nursing, Elizabeth, New Jersey, and Union County College, Cranford, New Jersey, conduct a Cooperative Nursing Program.

The Cooperative Nursing Program offers a Diploma in Nursing from Trinitas School of Nursing and an Associate in Science Degree from Union County College upon successful completion of the curriculum.

Fully accredited by the New Jersey Board of Nursing and the Accreditation Commission for Nursing Education, Inc., the program offers a basic course of study in nursing. It provides a sound theoretical base of knowledge in the nursing, biological, behavioral and sociological sciences and integrates this knowledge into academic and practical experiences within the health and illness continuum of client care. Utilization of a variety of health care agencies facilitates the application of all aspects of the students' learning.

Students earn a total of 75 credits in the Cooperative Nursing Program. Upon graduation, students are eligible to sit for the National Council Licensing Examination (NCLEX) for Registered Nurse Licensure.

Science and liberal arts courses (general education) may be completed at the Elizabeth, Plainfield, or Cranford campus of Union County College. Nursing courses are conducted at the Elizabeth campus by the School of Nursing.

Students may be granted up to 36 transfer college credits. Individuals wishing to receive transfer credit for college courses require grades of "C" or better.

Graduation Corner
Congratulations to the
Class of May 2018

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Congratulations to the
Class of May 2017

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At Trinitas School of Nursing we are extremely proud of our graduates, and
we all continue to strive for excellence each and every year. Here are links to information on other graduating classes:



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