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Safety measures

Infectious disease protocols including daily COVID-19 symptom screenings, temperature checks, physical distancing, and the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) are in place campus-wide.

Visitors and prospective students on campus

Summer 2021: Highly restricted access

Visitors and prospective students are not allowed on campus during Stage 1 of Labouré College of Healthcare's Return to Campus Plan. 

However, all of our business operations are continuing remotely, and staff are available remotely to help with anything you need. 

Please refer to the guide below for how to contact Admissions, Financial Aid, or other departments, how to attend information sessions virtually, or learn how to get your important application documents to us. 

We look forward to welcoming you all to campus in a later stage. Please keep an eye on this page, which will be updated as we enter each new stage!

It is important to note that our knowledge and understanding of the COVID-19 virus will continue to evolve and the college's policies and plans will be updated as more information becomes available. 

Stage 1 for Visitors and Prospective Students

Unfortunately, the physical campus remains closed to visitors, guests, and/or prospective students during Stage 1 of the college's Return to Campus Plan. 

You can access all of our departments remotely using the contact information provided throughout this page.

Not sure who to contact? Call our Welcome Center at (617) 322-3517 and we will direct you!

We look forward to welcoming you back to campus in a later stage when it is safe to do so! 

Our Admissions Team is available remotely! Click here to access our Admissions info, or let us know your questions over email or by phone. 

Contact Us
Phone: (617) 322-3575
Email: admissions@laboure.edu 

Applying
Our application is always available online by clicking the orange "Apply Now" flag on the right side of the page!

Our Financial Aid Team is available remotely! Visit our Financial Aid page for information about applying for aid, and our Tuition page for the tuition and fees for this year. 

Contact Us
Phone: (617) 322-3517
Email: financialaid@laboure.edu 

We understand you may have documents you'd like to give us, and we want to make that as easy and safe as possible. 

Mail: 
You can mail your documents to us at the following address - just insert which department! If you're not sure, leave that line blank:

Labouré College of Healthcare
(department)
303 Adams Street
Milton, MA 02186

Fax: (617) 296-7947

Email:
Give us a call at (617) 322-3517 and we can direct you which email address to use. Contacting us after hours? Send it to WelcomeCenter@laboure.edu and we'll forward it to the appropriate department. 

Drop Off: 
If you would like to drop off anything, you may do so by leaving it with Public Safety (Security) which is located at the back entrance (student entrance) of the college. If you're in front of the Mansion building, walk or drive around the building to the back, and you will see the student entrance. 

Please make sure your  envelope or package is marked with the right name or department where you need it to go!

Have a question about a particular program? Read more about it on our program pages. 

You can also register for an online information session - a live or prerecorded web session where we cover the basics of your program of interest - what it is, how it works, how much it costs, and what you need to do to apply. 

Click here to check out a list of our upcoming online information sessions.

COVID-19 Resources

Labouré College of Healthcare's Health and Wellness Coordinator
wellnesscoordinator@laboure.edu
(617) 207-3621

Return to Campus Information for Current Labouré Students

Return to Campus Overview

For additional information and resources about COVID-19 from state and federal resources, please use the links below.

Find a COVID Testing Center in Massachusetts

Massachusetts COVID Vaccine Information

Massachusetts Department of Public Health

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

World Health Organization