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Safety measures

Labouré's campus is mask-friendly, which means wearing a mask when visiting is completely optional. Masking is only required in our campus labs. 

Visitors and prospective students on campus

Information for Spring 2023

Welcome back! Visitors and prospective students are welcome on campus!

Masks are currently required on campus at all times. 

For visitors and prospective students who prefer to conduct their business remotely, all of our departments will remain accessible online as well. 

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. 

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

Visitors and Prospective Students:

Yes! Visitors are welcome back to campus.

Visitors may be asked to fill out a symptom assessment upon entry to campus buildings. Masks are also required on campus at all times. 

You may also continue to access 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!

Our Admissions Team is available on campus, and remotely! 

Click here to access our Admissions info, or let us know your questions over email or by phone.

Planning a visit?
Appointments are encouraged. Contact your admissions counselor directly, or use the general contact information below.  

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

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 on campus and 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 

Planning a visit?
Appointments are encouraged. Contact us for scheduling. 

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

In Person: 
Drop by any time during business hours to deliver your documents in person. Documents may be dropped off with Public Safety (Security) at the student entrance (back entrance), or the Welcome Center (front/mansion entrance). 

If you have questions for Admissions, you can also drop your documents off directly with an admissions team member - just ask at the Welcome Center. 

If dropping off, please make sure your  envelope or package is marked with the right name or department where you need it to go!

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
303 Adams Street
Milton, MA 02186

Fax: (617) 296-7947

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. 

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 Wellness Coordinator
(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