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Admissions Events: Direct-Entry Master of Science in Nursing

Virtual Events • On-Campus Events

Virtual Events

Chat with an IHP Student • Webinar Hosted by Admissions • Faculty-Led Webinar

Chat with an IHP Student (Hosted by the Office of Admission): Prospective students will be able to connect with current students and Admissions representatives and ask them questions about our campus, student life, and what day-to-day life looks like as an IHP student.

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Webinar Hosted by Admissions: Have questions about your application? Attend our workshop where you will receive advice on your specific questions, hear from our Admission Staff on best practices on submitting your application on time, and start your next step towards advancing your Nursing career!

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Faculty-Led Webinar: Lead by faculty presenters, prospective students will hear more about the program curriculum, review of admission requirements and a Q&A with faculty

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On-Campus Events

We look forward to hosting on-campus events again soon. 

Please email admissions@mghihp.edu or call (617) 726-1304 for further information. 

Note: These Information Sessions are for prospective students rather than accepted students. The Nursing Department holds separate receptions/sessions for accepted students. Information Sessions are scheduled on a semester-basis. Please check back for additional offerings.

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Virtual Campus Tour

Join our Admission staff for a live virtual tour of our campus. We'll walk you through our classrooms, IMPACT Practice Center, and labs so you can get a feel for what it's like at the IHP! Each tour will be followed by a Q&A session.

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Next Tour Date:
Thursday, May 6, 2021 at 2:00 PM (EST)

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