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RN to BSN Info Night on Wednesday, May 8

Posted Apr. 23, 2013

Students who currently hold an RN license now have the option to pursue a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing degree at Kent State University at Stark. The RN to BSN program, offered at the most affordable tuition in Stark County, is available entirely at Kent State Stark, providing convenience and a small-campus educational experience to students living nearby.
Students enrolling in the program are welcomed into the fourth largest College of Nursing in the United States. Courses on the Stark Campus are delivered in person and online, during the day and evening, and students typically complete the program in 18 – 24 months. With the flexible scheduling of six entry points each year, the RN to BSN program offers courses in the fall, spring and summer. A BSN degree offers greater earning potential and opportunities to higher-level health care positions, such as nurse researchers, faculty members, primary care providers, public health administrators and leaders of ongoing health care reform.
Learn more about Kent State Stark’s RN to BSN program at the Information Session on Wednesday, May 8 at 6 p.m. in the Main Hall Auditorium. RSVP to attend at
Visit or call the Office of Student Services at 330-244-3251 to learn more about the RN to BSN Program at Kent State Stark.