Concordia's Top-rated Nursing School Eases Transition for CNR Students with Guaranteed Admission and Transfer of All Completed Nursing Courses

Concordia's Top-rated Nursing School Eases Transition for CNR Students with Guaranteed Admission and Transfer of All Completed Nursing Courses

Concordia College New York has announced that it will offer College of New Rochelle nursing students affected by CNR’s likely closing guaranteed admission to Concordia’s top-rated nursing program. Significantly, Concordia will accept in transfer all completed nursing courses, including clinical courses. CNR students can call Concordia Admissions at 800-937-2655 or email Dr. Susan Apold for more information. The College has also set up a webpage for CNR students

Concordia is extending this offer of guaranteed admission and full credit transfer to CNR’s undergraduate and post-baccalaureate (accelerated program) nursing students in good standing, as well as to any students who have been accepted into CNR’s upcoming nursing classes. CNR students will graduate on time in their program of choice: accelerated or traditional undergraduate.  

Dr. Susan Apold, PhD, ANP-BC, GNP, FAAN, FAANP and Dean of Concordia’s School of Health Sciences and Nursing, said: “CNR has a world-class nursing program, and we want to give these students the opportunity to transfer to another world-class program. I am a registered nurse, and I want everyone with the same dream to achieve their goal without interruption.”  

Concordia’s highly-regarded, well-established nursing program is kicking off its 10th anniversary Decade of Impact celebrations in 2019. The school's first-time NCLEX pass rate of 95% (well above both the national pass rate of 89% and New York State pass rate of 88%) places the program in the top 5 in New York State. One hundred percent of Concordia’s nursing graduates are employed within 10 months, sought-after by top health care providers including White Plains Hospital, Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital, NYU Langone, Weill Cornell and Memorial Sloan Kettering. Many specialize as OR, ER, neonatal or trauma nurses; many others go on to become nurse practitioners.  

Whether in the accelerated 15-month post-baccalaureate program or traditional undergraduate program, Concordia’s nursing students thrive, supported by the personal attention this small, diverse, faith-based college provides. CNR students are welcome to walk into Concordia’s Admission Office in Talbot House with their transcripts for an instant transfer decision.