Jefferson College of Health Sciences is among 24 institutions across the state taking part in Virginia Private College Week from . The program includes campus tours and information on how to apply for admission and financial aid.
Sponsored by the Council of Independent Colleges in Virginia (CICV), the annual event gives high school students an alternative to squeezing in campus visits during the hectic academic year. In addition, students who visit three or more of the participating colleges during the week will receive application fee waivers for three Virginia private colleges of their choice.
Jefferson College will host visits for prospective students and their families. Participants can learn more and register online for an appointment to visit Jefferson College by visiting http://www.jchs.edu/virginia-private-college-week-jefferson-college-health-sciences.
To learn more about Virginia Private College Week, you can visit the CICV website at: http://www.cicv.org/Our-Colleges/Virginia-Private-College-Week.aspx.
About Jefferson College of Health Sciences
Jefferson College of Health Sciences is a private higher education institution that “prepares, within a scholarly environment, ethical, knowledgeable, competent and caring healthcare professionals.” The College focuses on providing healthcare education and is a part of Carilion Clinic. Founded in 1914 as the Jefferson Hospital School of Nursing, Jefferson College now provides more than 1,100 students with opportunities to become part of the healthcare profession, serving communities from southwest Virginia to the Shenandoah Valley and beyond. The school’s graduates are building healthier tomorrows in our region and across the country every day. More information is available at www.jchs.edu.