How To Apply
Admission to the Trinitas School of Nursing
Prior to applying to the Trinitas School of Nursing, prospective students must apply to Union County College as a Health Science major. Students then apply directly to the School of Nursing for the specific program track for which they are interested. NURE 130 (Generic Track) Enrollment Consideration applications are accepted twice a year (May and November) during a pre-determined time frame. LPN-RN track enrollment applications are accepted starting in January of each year for Fall class enrollment.

For information on the Union County College admission process: https://www.ucc.edu/admissions/admissions- or call 908-709-7596/908-709-7135 (Cranford Campus) or 908-965-6050 (Elizabeth Campus).

To access a Union County College online application: https://apply.ucc.edu/Ellucian.ERecruiting.Web.External/pages/welcome.aspx

All students seeking enrollment into Trinitas School of Nursing are encouraged to meet with a Union County College Advisor and will be directed to declare Health Science as their major with the intent to apply to the Trinitas School of Nursing. Please refer to the curriculum plans for the nursing program track you are interested in applying for. Advisors can provide students with guidance on course selection and answer questions regarding the nursing program. One Stop Advising Centers are available on all 3 of the Union County College campuses. No appointments are necessary. https://www.ucc.edu/campus-life/advising-career-and-transfer/

Trinitas School of Nursing Enrollment Consideration applications are available at the School of Nursing office (Third floor, Room 324) or online at http://www.trinitasschoolofnursing.org/TSON-NURE130-application-information.htm.

The Nursing Enrollment Consideration applications are available on the website approximately one month prior to the application submission time frame.

PLEASE NOTE: A clear or negative criminal history background check and a negative urine drug test are required prior to registration into the clinical nursing courses. A criminal history background check is a prerequisite for licensure as a registered professional nurse in New Jersey.