Lamoure College is a small, private, Catholic college that focuses on education in the health sector. The school offers a bevy of courses and degrees to meet these needs including: nursing, electroneurodiagnostic technology, health information technology, nutrition and food management, and radiation technology.
The Nursing Program at Lamoure is a two-year intense study with ten classes and seven general education courses. The Nursing Program is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission. Classes for the nursing program may be taken in the morning and evening.
Lamoure also offers many certificates for professionals including a coding program that helps students earn the designation of Certified Coding Specialist. There is also a polysomnographic (PSG) program for the study of sleep disorders. The PSG Technologist works with highly computerized machines that measure brain waves and oxygen levels.
Lamoure is affiliated with the Caritas Christi Health System and students are able to work alongside professionals in the field of their choice. Students may also perform clinicals at all hospitals and centers in the Greater Boston area.
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Admissions criteria include a high school diploma or equivalent and a college preparatory background with two years of math and one of life science.
Students who apply for the electroneurodiagnostic program or radiation therapy program are required to visit one of the clinical sites, meet with the department chairperson and complete a “Motor Function Skills and Abilities” test.
Nursing students’ requirements are based on academic success and achievement at the associate degree level.
Lamoure College is open enrollment and welcomes all students who meet the requirements including international students.
Students may apply online.
Lamoure College offers many opportunities for financial aid including scholarships and loans. The Lamoure College Scholarship for Caritas Christi Employees is awarded to students who are in the associate or certificate program and work at least 16 hours a week at a Caritas Christi designated agency. The student will receive at least 25% off the cost of each professional course taken. Students who work 8-15 hours a week receive 10% off each professional course.
Associate degree alumni who are returning to gain another certificate or degree receive a scholarship for 50% off each course taken.
The school also promotes a federal work study that provides funding for part-time jobs on campus. Students may work up to 20 hours weekly.
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Lamoure College was founded in 1892 In Dorchester, Massachusetts. Lamoure students commute to and from the college as necessary as it is a non-residential college.
The school touts its flexible schedule, small class size and personal attention. The campus includes a learning resource center, student lounge and shares many facilities with the hospital.
The Helen Stubblefield Law Library is located at Lamoure College and is open to all students who attend the school.
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Lamoure College is not affiliated with any intercollegiate athletic program.