2 Year School
Eastwick College has a rolling admissions policy and programs begin quarterly.
If you are a student living outside of the United States, we welcome you to join us as a student at Eastwick College. We have four campuses in New Jersey, all conveniently located near public transportation and/or major highways, and over 25 different paths of study including registered nursing (RN), plumber and electrician apprenticeships, computer/electronics technology and business administration.
At Eastwick, we understand that your needs as an international student are unique. Our admissions representatives can help you prepare for the challenges you may have living and studying outside your country. To assist you with your arrival in the United States, we can help with questions about student visas, the application process and nearby housing.
Many students from across the world call Eastwick their home, pursuing careers in healthcare, trades, technology and business. We invite you to join them today!
Certificate, Diploma, two and four year degrees are awarded. Visit Eastwick.edu for a full listing.
Diplomas, Certificates, Associate Degrees and a Bachelor Degree are awarded. Complete descriptions can be found at Eastwick.edu.
Eastwick College offers non-degree programs that range from 4 to 21 months and degree programs range from 15 to 36 months. Associate Degree’s include: Cardiovascular Sonography, Occupational Therapy Assisting, Surgical Technology, Health Science, Health Information Technology, Business and Hospitality, Culinary Arts, and Funeral Service. Certificate/diploma programs include: Licensed Practical Nursing, Bilingual LPN, Medical Assisting, Medical Billing and Coding, Electronics and Computer Technology, Computer Concepts and Applications and Business Administration. The HoHoKus School of Trades is located in Paterson, New Jersey. The HoHoKus School of Trade and Technical Sciences has more than 50 years of experience in career education. Programs range from 3 to 18 months of practical, intensive, job-oriented training delivered with an emphasis on personal attention. Programs include: Electrician Apprentice, Welding, Construction Technology, Plumber Apprenticeship and Manufacturing Technology.
Information on diversity of the student body, including percentage of enrolled, full-time students who are male, females, self-identified members of a major racial or ethnic group are available in the financial aid office at each campus upon request. In addition, each year a memo is posted when current information is available.
ESL Program and Support Services
Eastwick College does not offer ESL courses.
The 18-month Bilingual Licensed Practical Nursing program offered at the Hackensack campus includes 600 hours of ESL in addition to the curriculum and training necessary for graduates to take the NCLEX-PN licensing exam.
Students at all campuses, in all programs, needing help with course work are given personal assistance and peer tutoring (at no additional cost) when necessary and available. Students who are experiencing difficulty with their studies due to abilities or attendance are provided with a periodic progress report that gives suggestions to improve their grade status. Academic advisors assist students with important information regarding academic progress and college policies and procedures. They maintain regular office hours for student advisement and
are available at additional times by appointment. Academic advisors help students to develop academic success plans by providing them with direction in the areas of study skills, time management, and test-taking skills.
Student Housing Options
Eastwick College is a commuting institution; there is no boarding at the college. All campuses are accessible by public transportation.
Admission Requirements for First Year Students
- A completed Eastwick College or Trade School application and academic file requirement formsNon-refundable application/registration and processing feeCopy of passportA completed International Student applicationOfficial evaluation of proof of secondary graduation (equivalent to a U.S. high school diploma) from any NACES member agencyProof of English proficiency (TOEFL (www.toefl.org), IELTS(www.ielts.org), or EC’s Language Test)
- Official document of financial support demonstrating the program’s cost of attendance and room and board
Visa Categories Offered
- F-1 and M-1
Cost of Attendance and Financial Assistance
- Cost of attendance for all programs can be found at Eastwick.edu
Student Activities and Campus Life
Students are encouraged to become student members of the professional organizations related to their specific program. The college holds induction ceremonies for students who qualify for various honor societies: Alpha Beta Kappa, National Society of Leadership and Success and the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS).