HELENE FULD COLLEGE OF NURSING
Located in historic Central Harlem, in New York City, Helene Fuld College of Nursing offers a full curriculum that includes nursing, liberal arts, and science courses to approximately 400 full and part-time students enrolled in our accelerated LPN to RN Associate Degree, and RN to BS Upper Division Bachelor of Science Degree programs. All classes are conducted on campus. In addition to the rigorous program of instruction, students participate in a range of clinical learning experiences at a number of New York City’s health care facilities.
Helene Fuld College of Nursing has a history of being in the forefront of change; it was the first school in the country to offer licensed practical nurses the opportunity to become diploma registered nurses in one year (1964), one of the first hospital-based schools to offer the associate degree (1975), the first hospital-based associate degree program to achieve National League for Nursing accreditation (1981), and the first to become Middle States accredited (1988).
The College’s proud history illustrates a dedication to academic excellence. This excellence encompasses the highest standards for general and nursing education, diversity, and inclusiveness. As a small, independent, single-purpose institution, Helene Fuld College has the flexibility to quickly adapt to the changing realities of higher education and the nursing profession.
Questions? We'd love to hear from you. Please contact the College Recruiter at (212) 616-7282, or the Director of External Affairs at (212) 616-7278.