Pomeroy College of Nursing at Crouse Hospital Settles in to New Brittonfield Location

Students from Pomeroy College of Nursing at Crouse Hospital start a new year of coursework.

Pomeroy College of Nursing at Crouse Hospital has relocated its operations to a newly created space within the Crouse Medical Center at 5000 Brittonfield Parkway in East Syracuse.

The Brittonfield site includes all new classrooms, a nursing skills lab, a high-tech simulation area, library, computer labs, ample social and study spaces for students and administrative and faculty office space.  The new facility is designed to meet the needs of all students, creating an excellent student experience within a dynamic learning environment.   

Academic operations at the new site began Jan. 9 as the college welcomed back returning students from the evening and weekend option.  Traditional day students began their courses on Jan. 17.

“We are excited to welcome our students, faculty and staff to our new home, which features an all new learning and teaching space in an innovative and collaborative learning environment,” said Patricia Morgan, dean of Pomeroy College of Nursing at Crouse Hospital.

Pomeroy College of Nursing at Crouse Hospital offers a two-year associate’s degree in applied science with a major in nursing  and is fully accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN), a high-quality, independent regulatory agency with rigorous educational standards.  For 110 years, the college has been recognized for strong leadership in educating professional nurses and anticipating the ever-changing needs in the healthcare environment.

The college ranks among the top associate degree nursing programs in New York state and features classroom, clinical, laboratory and computer-assisted study within a state-of-the-art teaching environment.  Innovative program design, extensive clinical experiences, low student-to-faculty ratios and affordable tuition are among the college’s strengths.

More than 6,000 individuals have graduated from Pomeroy College of Nursing at Crouse Hospital over its century of serving Central New York.