Labouré College

Labouré College


(617) 296-8300


Labouré is a small, urban, private, Catholic college. Our distinct focus is education for practice in the health sector. We grant the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (for RNs) and the associate in science degree in nursing (RN) and in allied health. We are a member of the Caritas Christi family, the second largest health care system in New England. Your education will take place throughout hospitals within the Caritas system, as well as, other academic medical centers, teaching and community hospitals, and ambulatory care settings in and around Boston.


Labouré College
2120 Dorchester Avenue
Dorchester, MA 02124
United States
Key Partners: 

Carney Hospital, Good Samaritan Medical Center, Holy Family Hospital, Norwood Hospital, Saint Anne's Hospital, St. Elizabeth's Medical Center

How to get involved/application guidelines and procedures: 

To request information, please contact the admissions office by phone at 617-296-8300 ext. 4016 or by e-mail at

Key Programs Offered: 

The associate in science in nursing program fosters individual growth, personal development and critical thinking and prepares graduates for entry-level positions. Learn more...

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (for RNs)
The BSN (for RNs) is geared for the working RN. It is a part-time evening program that can be completed in two years of continuous study. Learn more...

Electroneurodiagnostic Technology
As a member of an interdisciplinary team, the neurodiagnostic technologist performs specialized procedures that aid in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological problems. Learn more...

Health Information Technology
Health information professionals play a critical role in quality improvement approaches and in data analysis that physicians, nurses, and other health care providers rely on to deliver patient-centered care. Learn more...

Nutrition & Food Management/Dietetic Technology
Dietetic technicians are an integral part of health care and foodservice management teams. Learn more...

Radiation Therapy
Treating and caring for cancer patients is a challenge that demands both skill and compassion. This is especially true in the field of radiation therapy.

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