Who We Are
Owned and operated by OSF HealthCare , we are a community of professionals inspired by the example of Christ to serve others with the greatest care and love.
We seek students who are motivated by this example to push themselves continuously to improve their skills and better care for people who need it most.
Nurses serve people who are at their most vulnerable, protect their rights and advocate for their wishes.
The role of the nurse is a vital one, and that’s why proper preparation and training are central to everything we do.
Our goal is to provide future nurses with a base of knowledge in theory and practice, and allow them to master the skills they will need to make a difference when they enter the workforce.
Students who truly want to succeed will find that everything they need to seize their future is available at Saint Anthony College of Nursing.
|Program||Graduation Rate*||Alumni Employment Rate**|
|RN to BSN||70%||100%|
*The percentage of students who completed the program within 150% of normal time to completion for most recent calendar year.
**The percentage of 2019 graduates who were employed within one year of graduation, according to alumni surveys and supplemental data collection (e.g., LinkedIn, website employee listings). Employment rates reflect an 89% response rate for BSN/RN-BSN graduates and 100% response rate for MSN/DNP graduates.
***When factoring in CCNE-allowable exclusions for students who have left the program due to such factors as family obligations, relocation, financial barriers, decision to change majors, or transfer to another institution of higher learning, the MSN completion rate was 73%.
Licensure and Board Pass Rates
At Saint Anthony College of Nursing, our student-to-faculty ratio is 7:1. We are well-known for our ability to provide personal, individualized attention in a caring environment.
|Financial Aid Statistic||Percentage|
|Undergraduate students applied for and received financial aid||79%|
|Graduate students applied for and received financial aid||45%|
|Undergraduate students received the Pell Grant||37%|