Covid Response

 

Dear Prospective Student,

We know that these are challenging times and we applaud you for taking steps to continue your education. As you plan to go back to school to prepare for a new career, we thought you might have some questions, so we’ve tried to answer the most common questions below. If you have additional questions about our response to the pandemic, your campus or specific program or study, please reach out to your Admissions Representative or call 800-600-6604.

We look forward to welcoming you to Denver College of Nursing!

 

I’ve been thinking about attending Denver College of Nursing, what does this mean for me?

Our goal at DCN is to keep all current students and enrollees on track for academic success and on-time graduation. In these unprecedented times, we have been keeping our students, faculty and staff safe through social distancing, improved hygiene protocols and remote and hybrid instruction. Your campus admissions team member can answer specific questions about your program and courses. 

Is it safe to visit to the campus?

Covid-19 policies are rapidly changing around the country as the economy begins to reopen. Our campus is following local and state guidelines for safety and hygiene.  

How can I get started on my career education? 

In response to COVID-19 guidelines, we have transitioned our Admissions Teams to an online process. Admissions activities including virtual campus tours, questions about program specifics and coordination with Financial Aid Representatives are now being conducted virtually. Give us a call at 800-600-6604 to learn more about getting started on your nursing education.  

Will my program start date or graduation date be impacted?  

For current and future enrollees, it is our goal to keep academic programs operating on schedule for on-time completion. If you have specific questions, please contact your Admissions Representative via phone at 800-600-6604 or by email.  

If I am a new student, will my classes be online or on-campus? 

All new students should expect to attend classes on campus if you are enrolled in a face-to-face program. Online programs remain unchanged.  Your admissions representative will be able to explain and answer any questions.