RNs earn your BSN Online
Kent State University at East Liverpool welcomes nurses wishing to pursue baccalaureate degrees in nursing to meet with Andrew Snyder, the academic program coordinator for the Kent State RN-to-BSN online program.
Kent State recently revised its RN to BSN program to be 100 percent online and is designed to provide working nurses who have already earned their associate degree or nursing diplomas a pathway to complete their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (BSN). The redesigned program offers several distinctive benefits such as decreased tuition, increased course availability and convenience, and is driven by the Institute of Medicine's goal to have 80 percent of the nursing workforce educated at the BSN level by 2020. Snyder will offer basic information about enrollment, scheduling and course requirements. For more information, contact Snyder at 330-672-7930 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.