Registered Nursing (RN)
Faculty from left:
Annual State of the RN Program 2013
Kim Tinsley, MSN, RN, CNE; Amy Gipson, MSN, RN; Jennifer Feighert, BSN, RN; Shelia Howerton, APN, MSN, RN;
Cheryl Kinder, MSN, RN; Jennifer James, MSN, RN; Carla Jacobs, MSN, RN
Registered Nursing Program Informational Webinar December 9th at 5PM.
ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF NURSING
The curriculum in Nursing is a full-time program, requiring a full-time commitment from its students. The faculty of the Department of Nursing strongly discourages its students from full-time or part-time employment. Students with financial difficulties should discuss alternatives to employment with the Financial Aid Office. For information about the Nursing Student Loan Program visit the Arkansas State Board of Nursing website at www.arsbn.org. The schedule of students requires a flexible lifestyle as clinical experience is held at area facilities during assigned hours which may be days or evenings. Because of this, transportation, child care, and any employment should be considered prior to entry into the nursing program.
Changes in the student's name, address, or telephone number must be reported to the Department of Nursing and the Registrar.
Traditional RN Program of Study
The traditional RN program begins every fall in August. The deadline for application submission is April 1.
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