Methodist College of UnityPoint Health

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Methodist College of UnityPoint Health

Established in 1900, Methodist College is a four-year, private, not-for-profit college affiliated with UnityPoint Health. This relationship affords our students clinical and internship opportunities throughout the Peoria region at the UnityPoint Health hospitals and clinics. We offer several options to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Prelicensure BSN, Accelerated Prelicensure BSN, Second Degree BSN, and RN to BSN), a baccalaureate program in Healthcare Management (Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management), a Bachelor of Social Work degree, and a Medical Assistant Certificate program.

Academic Programs

  • Nursing
  • Health Science
  • Medical Assisting
  • Social Work

Student experience

  • Co-op/Internship Opportunities
  • Disability Services
  • LGBTQIA Services
  • Military/Veteran Services
  • Night Class Offerings
  • On-Campus Housing
  • Veteran Fee Waiver
  • Counseling Services
  • Travel Courses
  • Online courses

Application information

Find out about requirements, fees, and deadlines

First-year

At Methodist College, students who have less than 30 earned college-level credit hours are considered first-year applicants. First-year applicants must submit the following when applying for admission: a completed admissions application, an official high school transcript, an official ACT or SAT score (this can be printed on your high school transcript), and official transcripts from all colleges attended (including dual credit earned). For questions about applying as a first-year student, please contact admissions@methodistcol.edu.

Transfer

At Methodist College, students who have 30 or more earned college-level credit hours are considered transfer applicants. Transfer applicants must submit the following when applying for admission: a completed admissions application, official transcripts from all colleges attended, and unofficial proof of high school graduation (not needed for students who have earned an associate’s degree or higher). For questions about applying as a transfer student, please contact admissions@methodistcol.edu.

Additional Information

Methodist College offers a comprehensive range of need- and merit-based financial aid programs, including scholarships, grants, loans and student employment. Applying for financial assistance and obtaining the necessary funding for college can be overwhelming and our Financial Aid department can help you make the process seamless. Visit http://www.methodistcol.edu/financial-aid for information on tuition and fees, how to apply for financial aid, determining financial need and your award package, financial aid programs, scholarships, and much more.
 

Visit us

We want to get to know you during the application process and encourage you to meet with a Recruitment Coordinator. To see a schedule of on-campus admissions events, or to set up an individual meeting with a Recruitment Coordinator, go to http://www.methodistcol.edu/campus-visit-days. Prior to touring the campus, you have the opportunity to meet individually with a recruiter to discuss your enrollment plans and review any questions you have regarding our programs, financial assistance, and the application process.

"Thanks to Methodist College, I had no problem finding a job. I had four job offers to choose from, and all of my potential employers were impressed with my knowledge and skills. Due to my clinical experiences at UnityPoint Health, I feel prepared to make an impact in the lives of my patients."

Fernanda Jacobs, Registered Nurse, Class of 2017
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Admissions office

Visit us

School location
Address

7600 N. Academic Dr.
Peoria, IL 61615, United States of America

Phone number

309-672-5513

Region

Midwest

Midwest