Prospective Adult Students Invited to Information Session
If you are an adult who is considering returning to school to earn an undergraduate or graduate degree, Dominican College has an Information Session specifically designed with you in mind. The Information Session will take place on Wednesday, May 29, 2019. It happens from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Prusmack Center, 3 Campus Drive, in Orangeburg, N.Y. To register for the event and discover more about the College, visit the Dominican College website at dc.edu/rsvp.
Success is a daily occurrence at Dominican College. That’s because students receive the highest level of personal support with a student–faculty ratio of 15:1 and an emphasis on personal attention. This is especially important if you are juggling work, family, and other responsibilities. Dominican College offers the support, the flexibility, and the inspiration you need to realize your goals. You are part of a campus community with a common goal...helping you reach yours.
Dominican College’s beautiful campus is located in the scenic Hudson Valley in Rockland County, just 17 miles from New York City. Dominican’s students enjoy all the benefits of being on a small suburban college campus with the added bonus of being able to take advantage of the professional and cultural opportunities of the New York City metropolitan region. The College’s busy Career Development Office assists all students in securing internships and polishing their job-searching skills.
There is a diverse student population at Dominican College, which includes: working adult learners, students earning professional and advanced degrees, transfer students, and traditional undergraduates. The College has designed programs to address the needs of all students. Classes are offered during the day, evenings, on weekends, and online.
Dominican College also values students’ real-world experiences and realizes that those experiences enhance learning in the classroom. If you are preparing for a new career or looking to advance in your current field, Dominican College programs are geared toward student success.
Undergraduate programs offered at Dominican College include Nursing programs for Registered Nurses (RNs) wanting to obtain a Bachelor in Science in Nursing (BSN) and for career changers seeking a BSN. The College also has accelerated online programs for earning degrees in Criminal Justice, Management, Psychology, Communications Studies and Social Sciences.
Graduate programs at Dominican College include MBA, MS Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice, BS/MS Occupational Therapy, MS Education, MS Education for Career Changers, Doctor of Physical Therapy, and the 100 percent Online Program: Transitional-Doctor Physical Therapy.
Dominican College is proud to be recognized as a Military Friendly School. The College participates in the Yellow Ribbon program and offers financial benefits and specially tailored programs to help both military veterans and active service members earn a degree.
If you think you may be interested in attending Dominican College, visit the campus in Orangeburg, New York. The next Information Session for adult, graduate, and online students is Wednesday, May 29, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Call (845) 848-7910 for directions and more information. You can register on online too: RSVP at adult.dc.edu.