BSN Programs in New York

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Adelphi University
Garden City, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 76.00%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #60

Briarcliffe College
Bethpage, NY


College of Mount Saint Vincent
Bronx, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 55.50%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #74

College of Staten Island CUNY
Staten Island, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 75.10%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #62

Concordia College-New York
Bronxville, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 90.30%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #19

CUNY Hunter College
New York, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 87.30%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #30

CUNY Lehman College
Bronx, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 85.10%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #40

CUNY Medgar Evers College
Brooklyn, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 58.80%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #71

CUNY New York City College of Technology
Brooklyn, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 83.90%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #42

CUNY York College
Jamaica, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 69.10%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #68

D'Youville College
Buffalo, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 77.60%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #57

Daemen College
Amherst, NY


Dominican College of Blauvelt
Orangeburg, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 64.60%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #69

Elmira College
Elmira, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 79.10%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #54

Excelsior College
Albany, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 74.50%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #65

Farmingdale State College
Farmingdale, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 91.70%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #14

Hartwick College
Oneonta, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 83.60%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #43

Helene Fuld College of Nursing
New York, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 72.00%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #66

Keuka College
Keuka Park, NY


Le Moyne College
Syracuse, NY


LIU Post
Brookville, NY


Long Island University (LIU) Brooklyn
Brooklyn, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 79.40%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #53

Maria College of Albany
Albany, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 88.40%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #26

Mercy College
Dobbs Ferry, NY


Molloy College
Rockville Centre, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 79.40%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #53

Morrisville State College
Morrisville, NY


Mount Saint Mary College
Newburgh, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 79.70%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #52

Nazareth College
Rochester, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 80.80%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #49

New York Institute of Technology
Old Westbury, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 92.20%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #11

New York Institute of Technology - Manhattan Campus
New York, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 80.80%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #49

New York University
New York, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 88.90%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #23

Niagara University
Niagara University, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 52.50%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #76

Nyack College
Nyack, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 88.60%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #24

Pace University - Pleasantville
Pleasantville, NY


Pace University-New York
New York, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 100.00%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #1

Phillips School of Nursing at Mount Sinai Beth Israel
New York, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 79.70%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #52

Roberts Wesleyan College
Rochester, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 82.70%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #46

Saint John Fisher College
Rochester, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 93.30%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #7

St Francis College
Brooklyn Heights, NY


St. Joseph's College-New York
Brooklyn, NY


Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY


SUNY at Binghamton
Vestal, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 79.10%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #54

SUNY Buffalo State
Buffalo, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 86.70%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #34

SUNY College at Brockport
Brockport, NY


SUNY College at Plattsburgh
Plattsburgh, NY


SUNY College of Technology at Alfred
Alfred, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 76.80%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #59

SUNY College of Technology at Canton
Canton, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 61.10%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #70

SUNY College of Technology at Delhi
Delhi, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 85.60%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #38

SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Brooklyn, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 91.70%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #14

SUNY Empire State College
Saratoga Springs, NY


SUNY Upstate Medical University
Binghamton, NY


The College of New Rochelle
New Rochelle, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 80.20%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #50

The Sage Colleges
Troy, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 82.50%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #47

Touro College
New York, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 74.90%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #63

Trocaire College
Buffalo, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 75.10%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #62

University at Buffalo
Buffalo, NY


University of Rochester
Rochester, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 88.30%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #27

Upstate Medical University
Syracuse, NY


Utica College
Utica, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 84.90%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #41

Wagner College
Staten Island, NY

Avg. NCLEX-RN pass rate: 85.30%
NCLEX-RN Rank: #39


Closed BSN Programs

Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY
Program closed in 2005

The biggest BSN school in New York, based on student population, is the Columbia University. In 2010, this university graduated about 360 students from the BSN program. The prospect for nurses in NY is quite good, with a foreseen 13% employment increase by the year 2018. 

If you do decide to enroll in any nursing school in the Empire State, it is best to look for the ones that steer you towards becoming a successful and competent registered nurse. New York has a lot to offer in terms of nursing school benefits. Most of them are top notch with their latest curriculum. 

The state plans even offers loan forgiveness if you work at a certain period of time. There are various scholarships and nursing grants for the right kinds of candidates. 

York College 

There are two nursing programs that are offered here – the entry-level or generic BSN program and the RN to BSN bridge program for graduates of diploma or Associate’s degree programs. 

York College’s Baccalaureate nursing program offers a liberal-arts based education for its enrollees. This guides the student in attaining the necessary skills, knowledge and values in nursing. 

The two tracks in their Nursing programs include the RN to Baccalaureate program and the generic Baccalaureate program which is designed to prepare nursing professionals that can pass the NCLEX-RN. 

All Nursing programs in this school are taught by Master’s and Doctoral degree holders that have had many years of clinical experiences. Their BSN program is also accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission or NLNAC. 

New York University 

NYU’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program comes in the 15 or 18-month options. An applicant who wants to enroll in this program must first have a minimum overall GPA of 3.0 or higher. Also, students should complete all the prerequisite courses such as human anatomy and physiology I and II; microbiology; chemistry; statistics; introduction to Child Development; Adult Development; and Principles of Nutrition, to name a few. 

Applicants need to submit their NYUCN application form in their senior year in high school. NYU also requires the submission of TOR or transcript of records. The university has the option to turn down an application based on their calculation of the student’s science and non-science GPA. An offer of admission may even be withdrawn when the university learns that the applicant failed to meet requirements in any degree.

There are more than 50 BSN programs in New York at the moment.