Covenant Health is an innovative, Catholic regional delivery network and a leader in values based, not-for-profit health and elder care. We sponsor hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living residences and other health and elder care organizations throughout New England.

Training Programs:

St. Joseph School of Nursing is excited to announce our Phlebotomy Training program, Medical Assisting Certificate program, and Nursing Assistant Training program.  These programs are Workforce development, non-college credit training programs that include classroom instruction, hands-on experience and externship or clinical experiences. Students learn the skill sets required by regional employers and are prepared for the applicable certification or licensure exams.

For more information on our training programs, click here.

SJSON Statement on CARES Act Emergency Relief Fund

SJSON submitted the signed Certification and Agreement form on Wednesday May 6, 2020 and fully intends to use all of the funds to provide not only the mandated 50% amount but also the full second traunch of the emergency grants directly to students. 

SJSON is scheduled to receive a first traunch of $48,014 under the HEERF student portion and a total disbursement of $96,027.

SJSON estimates the total number of students at the institution eligible to participate in programs under Section 484 in Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 to be approximately 98 and therefore eligible to receive an emergency financial aid grant.

SJSON determined student eligibility by using the Pell grant eligibility chart.

Guidance will be provided via email to all recipients by SJSON Dean.


SJSON requires all applicants to the nursing programs to take the TEAS. To register for the TEAS please go to ATI Testing's website. SJSON requires an overall minimum score of 64 on the TEAS.