Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Designed for professional learners
All courses are delivered online through the Olivet College Blackboard Learning Management System. Courses are taught by experienced nurses committed to offering students the opportunity for a personalized education that makes the Olivet experience so rewarding.
Whether students are earning a BSN degree to maintain their current employment, advance in their profession, or advance their professional nursing career, the Olivet College RN-BSN program provides an individualized experience to help you reach your goals.
Now is the time …
- Completely online program
- Several $5,000 scholarships available
- Tuition reset from $567 to $410 a credit (Without the scholarship – this is a BSN for $15,040)
- Reduction in program credits from 38 to 30 credits
- Liberal arts courses can be completed during ADN Program (6 credits)
- Opportunity for students to complete several courses while taking courses at in their ADN program
- Open enrollment to nurses in Indiana and Wisconsin
Serving Professional Nurses and Nursing Students
The Olivet College RN-BSN program serves professional nurses returning to college to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. These individuals have completed their clinical nursing courses within an associate degree program and have earned their RN licensure prior to matriculating at Olivet College.
Nursing students who passed all full-time first-year ADN courses with a grade of “C” of better and who submit a letter of recommendation are eligible to apply to enroll in any courses noted in the academic catalog as “open to approved ADN students.” These students are eligible to apply for regular admission to the RN-BSN Program after successful completion of the NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination).
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Olivet College is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. Approved by the Higher Learning Commission.
Olivet College has been approved by Michigan to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements. NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary distance education. At this time, California is not a SARA approved state; consequently, we will not be accepting students that live in California until further notice or approval is granted.
FILL OUT A FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA)
- Go to: fafsa.gov
- School code: 002308
- Step-by-step instructions are provided on the website
To receive financial aid you must enroll for a minimum of six credit hours. (The standard schedule for this program includes at least six credit hours each semester.)
Documents needed to complete the FAFSA: Federal tax returns from the previous year.
- Contact any community college or university where you’ve taken courses and request an official transcript to be sent to Olivet College
- Send hard copies to: Olivet College, Attn: Admissions – RN to BSN Program, 320 S. Main Street, Olivet, MI 49076
- Electronic copies may be sent to Mike Lazusky, director of adult professional and graduate admissions.
For more information, contact Mike Lazusky, director of adult professional and graduate admissions, via email or by phone at 269-749-6612.