Yes–students and program applicants may apply for credit exemptions and transfers. If you have completed nursing classes at another institution and they are approved for transfer to Erudite, then you would not need to pay for those credit hours again. … Continued
Admissions decision take two (2) weeks to receive.
Due to limitations on space and availability for each semester, enrollment offers are valid for the semester to which they apply. They are not valid for future semesters and cannot automatically carry over from one semester to the next. … Continued
No–there are no current residency requirements to apply to the programs. The coursework is completed online and the clinical externships are completed hands-on within a 30-mile radius of the student’s home or workplace. It is not necessary to relocate for … Continued
Yes. The applicant will need three valid, current, government-issued forms of photo ID (such as: driver’s license, passport, green card/legal residency, etc.). All documents needs to be up to date, no expired documents will be accepted.. The non-refundable application fee … Continued
Concerning pre-requisite requirements, the only pre-req. requirement is the mandatory qualified background in the medical field. This is because our students do not complete pre-reqs before being accepted into the nursing programs to determine whether or not they can/will be … Continued
Our corporate office is and has been closed to students for approximately 3 years. Unfortunately, we no longer see or host students at our corporate locations–similar to other major organizations such as Microsoft, Google, etc. Applications are no longer processed … Continued
It is a type of insurance that is required for student nurses interacting with patients during hands-on clinical externships. Normal insurance policies and bonds for medical facilities only cover qualified and duly licensed individuals who are employed within the facility; … Continued
An Application for Admission is only processed for the semester for which it was submitted. It will not be valid for future semesters. Note: Under extenuating circumstances, you can request an exception to be made by providing appropriate official … Continued
Yes–Erudite is accredited for all states (e.g. nationally accredited). The State of Georgia does not offer nursing accreditation.