bachelor of science in nursing

Bon Secours Memorial College of Nursing offers students a well-rounded, student-focused education in which nursing lectures, which begin within the first year, are taken alongside general education courses. Our clinical groups are small ensuring students receive individualized attention and time to master new skills. Students serve alongside the experienced nurses and physicians in our award-winning Bon Secours hospitals.

Our students have the opportunity to participate in caring for the community beyond the walls of our facilities, as well. The College’s annual international mission trips and community service activities provide students with valuable experience and cultivate a dedication to justice and compassion.

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is offered in a variety of delivery methods to include traditional, blended, and distance education.  General education courses are offered in both the tradtional and distance education delivery.  The majority of the pre-licensure program track courses are offered in the traditional, on-ground format; however, there are select courses that are offered in a blended format or via distance education.

 *The College of Nursing is licensed and operates only in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Admission to the College is limited to the residents of certain states, and the College only accepts students from (i) states in which the College is registered/licensed, and (ii) states for which no registration/licensure is required.

Whether you are a recent high-school graduate or starting a second career, we have resources to help you succeed:

  • Academic Advisors
  • Peer Tutors
  • Nurse Mentors
  • Career Counselor
  • One-on-one Guidance from Financial Aid specialists
  • Summer Externships
  • Innovative “Early Acceptance” Program for Employment

 

For Spring 2018 Accepted Students: