The college is spread over 50 acres of lush open land. The sprawling campus comprises academic & administrative block, hostel, shopping complex and the vast playgrounds with facilities like cricket, badminton, basketball, skating, swimming, horse riding and golf. Being away from the city, the campus has clam and peaceful atmosphere appropriate for learning and assimilation.
Separate furnished air cooled hostels for boys and girls are available in the campus.
The college is having its own fleet of buses and ensures mobility of staff and students.
150 bedded parental hospital (St. Thomas Hospital) and 250 bedded in affiliated hospitals, Govt. C.H.C. & P.H.C. for clinical training are available for students.
The College has well equipped Placement Cell managed by the faculty. The Campus interviews are organized regularly for placements.
The college has a well equipped computer lab with the latest hardware. It has 24 hours internet facility and the whole campus is Wi-Fi enabled.
STCN has centrally air cooled class rooms having a capacity of more than 60 seats. All classrooms and conference halls are equipped with modern teaching aids like OHP & LCD and provided with comfortable and conducive environment for learning and assimilation.
The college has well equipped laboratories that are:
- Nutrition lab
- Fundamentals of Nursing Lab
- Anatomy & Physiology Lab
- Community Lab
- MCH Lab
- Microbiology & Biochemistry Lab
- Computer Lab
- Audio-Visual Lab
The college has a well equipped and well designed library and reading room. It provides the latest and up to date reference and course books for B.Sc. Nursing. A provision of providing complete set of books of all subjects per year is there, which the students have to return to library after final university examinations. A large number of national and international journals, news papers and magazines are also being subscribed. The entire library is computerized and has a good collection of video tapes, CD-ROMS, Audio & Video cassettes are utilized by the teachers for teaching the students.