The Mercy College of Nursing and Health Sciences of Southwest Baptist University, located in Springfield, Mo., offers degree programs in nursing, radiography and health sciences, designed for students to pursue a healthcare education in a Christ-centered environment.
All general education and prerequisite courses are offered on the Springfield campus. The University offers a science incentive program to pre-nursing students. Students who take the prerequisite science coursework through SBU can earn up to $500 per semester of ASN tuition credit, for up to four semesters.
To begin the admissions process to the SBU-Springfield Campus, please complete an online application.
For a complete admissions checklist, please see the program page for the academic program of your interest.
If you have questions about applying to the SBU-Springfield campus, please contact Charlie Hungerford, director of admissions, at (417) 820-3272 or chungerford@SBUniv.edu.
For detailed cost information for the SBU-Springfield Campus, please download the Estimated Cost Sheet.
Financial assistance through scholarships, federal and state grant programs, student loans and other aid programs is available to students of the Mercy College of Nursing and Health Sciences of SBU. Availability of funding is dependent on your financial need, status and commitment to future employment. To qualify for maximum assistance, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
Once you are admitted to SBU, you will receive an SBU email address and access to the MySBU Admitted Student Portal. You need to check your SBU email address often for important information, especially related to the online process for approving and finalizing your financial aid award.
Thanks to the generous donation of the late J.F. Johnson and Charles Sansone and Angelina Sansone Hospital Fund, the Mercy College of Nursing and Health Sciences of SBU is able to provide nursing education assistance to students enrolled in the ASN, BSN and MSN academic programs. This provides assistance with educational expenses for nursing students. (Please note that this is an education assistance program and not a scholarship.)
Scholarships are available for students enrolled in pre-nursing, A.S.N. or B.S.N. programs.
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The Southwest Baptist University Office of Financial Aid offers a comprehensive financial assistance program designed to recognize student financial needs and to meet those needs with a combination of university, federal, state and private assistance sources.
If you have checked WebAdvisor on the MySBU portal and still need more information, please contact one of the following people: