Frequently Asked Questions


New Students

I will be missing the Mandatory New Student Program Orientation before the start of the term, what do I do?

I’m registered for NUR 101: Fundamentals of Nursing but I can’t attend the Mandatory On Campus Clinical Preparation days, what do I do?

My first class at Ambria has a Lab/Clinical component; do I need to wear my Ambria uniform?

I am starting with a non-clinical course; do I still need to be compliant to register?

Schedule & Program Track

I can’t register for class, what do I do?

Registration is closed, how do I make a change to my schedule?

Can I register for class if I’m on financial hold?

How do I know if there are available seats in the class I want?

How can I request for a lecture and/or lab schedule change?

I just submitted my Lecture/Lab Change Request form; can I go to my new class now?

How do I change my Track?

Withdrawal & Leave of Absence (LOA)

How do I withdraw from a class?

How do I withdraw from the program?

When can I withdraw from class without it affecting my GPA?

How do I file for a Leave of Absence?

Transcripts & Records

How do I request my Official Transcript?

How do I get my Unofficial Transcript?

How do I get an Education Verification letter to give to my employer for reimbursement purposes?

I need an official letter to give to my child’s daycare center; how do I request for one?


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Spring 2018 Semester

Classes begin on Jan 8.
Application Deadline is Dec 29.

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About Ambria College of Nursing

Ambria College of Nursing is the only private nursing school in Illinois that offers a seamless ladder nursing program which consists of LPN, LPN to RN, and RN to BSN.

With classes available in the morning, evening, and weekend hours and full-time or part-time course load, our flexible schedule allows you to earn a nursing salary while pursuing your Bachelors Degree in Nursing. Read more...