ALERT: All schools remain closed. Classes are expected to resume on August 31st. All faculty and staff are working remotely to assist.
Founded in 1910, St. Margaret School of Nursing has been preparing nurses to serve in northeastern Allegheny county for over a century.
As a community-based teaching hospital, we:
With clinical experiences at St. Margaret, 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 St. Margaret are:
It's an ideal environment to foster exceptional nurses from the very beginning of their career.
St. Margaret School of Nursing and Chatham University partner to offer the knowledge that will fuel your nursing career.
This partnership also opens the door for graduates to continue their education at Chatham by earning an RN-BSN degree.
St. Margaret's 16-month nursing course will put your nursing career on the fast track.
Our diverse clinical experiences will provide you the hands-on learning that you will need to care for patients with confidence. And, they will expose you to a wide variety of hospital and patient care environments.
Contact the St. Margaret School of Nursing to learn more or schedule a campus tour.
St. Margaret School of Nursing is approved by the State Board of Nursing Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) through Fall 2026.
For additional information, please contact:
3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Visit www.acenursing.org for more information.
In earning your Professional RN Diploma from one of our UPMC Schools of Nursing, you will have met all the necessary requirements to sit for the National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX – RN) and move forward with Nursing Licensure in the state of Pennsylvania.
Other states that our UPMC Schools of Nursing graduates have sat for the NCLEX – RN include: California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, and West Virginia.
If you plan to practice your nursing profession in a state not listed above, please visit nursinglicensure.org for requirements by state.
Accepting full time applications for Fall 2021. The deadline is June 1st. Classes will begin on August 30, 2021.
For everyone’s safety and to lower the likelihood of exposure to any illness including COVID-19, the UPMC St. Margaret School of Nursing is hosting a virtual / online Information Session on Wednesday, June 10, 2020 at 10:00 a.m.
During the virtual / online Information Session, you will learn about nursing as well as detailed information on the nursing program.
We will also offer individual school tours. To schedule, please call 412-784-4982