Labour 'College, also known as Caritas Labour 'College, traces its roots to the Carney Hospital Training School for Nurses which was established in 1892. It merged with the St. John's School of Nursing, and the St. Margaret's School of Nursing in 1949 to create the Catherine Labour 'School of Nursing. The institute was authorized to grant degrees in 1971, and its name was subsequently changed to Catherine Labour 'Junior College. It became a part of Caritas Christi Health Care system in 1997, and was renamed Caritas Labour 'College in 2005. The campus of this Roman Catholic institute is located in Boston, Massachusetts.
Labour 'College grants the Associate of Science, and Bachelor of Science degrees in nursing, electroneurodiagnostic technology, health information technology, nutrition and food management/ dietetic technology, and radiation therapy. A number of certificate courses are also available.
The student body of Labour 'College has a 10 percent representation from foreign countries. The college provides extensive financial assistance to students in the form of Federal grants, State grants, subsidized student loans, parent loans, and work study programs. In addition, deserving candidates are awarded the LPN Scholarship, the Catholic High School Scholarship, Alumni Tuition Benefits, and the Labour 'College Scholarship.
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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