About UPMC Shadyside School of Nursing
The Crossroads of Outstanding Clinical Practice and Quality Nursing Training
Established in 1884, Shadyside School of Nursing gives students the tools they need to become competent, caring professional nurses.
Unparalleled Clinical Nursing Experience
Application deadline for the Spring (January) 2017 full-time day program is Oct. 1, 2016.
Fall full and part-time program begins in August 2016.
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With clinical training at UPMC Shadyside, as well as other quality hospitals in the Pittsburgh area, you can be sure that you're learning to care for patients from the very best.
As a Magnet® facility, the driving forces behind UPMC Shadyside are:
- Nurse professionalism.
- Quality of care.
- Evidence-based practice.
It's an ideal environment to foster exceptional nurses from the very beginning of their career.
Nursing Programs Designed With You in Mind
At the Shadyside School of Nursing, we know many of our students have to balance work, family, and school.
That's why we offer flexible options including:
- Two full-time 16-month nursing programs — beginning each fall and spring.
- One part-time 36-month program that begins every year in the fall.
» See the semester calendar at UPMC Shadyside School of Nursing.
Student Life at UPMC Shadyside School of Nursing
Nestled in the vibrant, historical neighborhood of Shadyside, the nursing school is near:
- Shops and boutiques
- Art galleries
Rated by Forbes Magazine as one of the top 15 cities for millennials, the Shadyside neighborhood has a lot to offer.
So, what are you waiting for?
Contact the UPMC Shadyside School of Nursing to learn more or schedule a campus tour.
Nursing Student Application Requirements at UPMC Shadyside School of Nursing
The UPMC Schools of Nursing now accept ATI TEAS scores as part of your
application. Previous PSB scores will be accepted through June 1, 2016 for the fall
2016 start date. PSB scores will no longer be accepted after June 1.
In order to be considered for admission, you must score “advanced," "exemplary," or "proficient”
on the TEAS test.