A quick introduction on options upon graduating with your ADN from NOVA, advancing toward your BSN. Bridget Page questions, Grand Canyon University Counselor Kimberly Martin, with both NOVA and Grand Canyon University graduate Cecilia Cuprill. Questions that will assist you to make an informed decision on your education journey.
Welcome to the Virtual Transfer Discussions with American Public University System (APUS)! My name is Joan McDade and I would like to take a moment to introduce you to APUS, and share a bit about our Nursing Program Offerings. Additional information is provided in the Zoom presentation below!
American Public University System is a distinguished leader in providing quality and affordable online education. APUS offers an RN to BSN program, a traditional MSN program with leadership and education concentrations, and an RN to MSN program to accelerate your path to graduate study. APUS is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, and the Nursing Programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
APUS offers a seamless transfer pathway. Our application and Transfer Credit Evaluations are free. We also accept up to 90 transfer credits, which means that any required electives could be taken right at NOVA!
Please join the Zoom presentation to learn more about advancing your nursing education at APUS!
Bellevue University offers a unique college experience – something we call the BRUIN experience. Bellevue University is a private, non-profit institution that is regionally accredited by The Higher Learning Commission. We take the time to make sure our students find the right fit and land in a program that is relevant to their educational and career aspirations. Bellevue University remains cost effective by accepting the entire associate’s degree, offering accelerated programs, accepting every college level credit in every associate’s degree, there are no transfer or application fees and you can complete bachelor’s degree online in as little as 18 months.
Please join me for a virtual tableset on April 7 from 12pm-1pm and April 21 from 12pm-1pm where we can discuss your transfer options in greater detail. Please click the following link to enter my private
Zoom chatroom for both days listed and I look forward to talking with you all about Bellevue University’s online transfer opportunities!!
As our community continues to monitor Coronavius (COVID-19), many events are being cancelled. While I would love to meet you all in person and share information about Valley Health and our nursing
careers, we are simply unable to do so at this time. We still want to answer all of your questions and assist you as you begin your career search. We have set up several virtual events to allow you to ask
questions from your home.
Log on from anywhere and let us answer all of your questions.
We will be hosting these events every week day from Wednesday
How do I apply? When can I apply? What unit would be best for a new graduate nurse? Will the ICU, ED, Labor and Delivery accept new grads? What are your current hiring incentives? What is your starting pay? Tell me about the Nurse Residency Program
Our Nurse Recruiters will be standing by to help!
If these times are not convenient for you or you would rather speak over the phone, you may contact us
directly at 540-536-4053 or Nurrecruit@valleyhealthlink.com
I know that we have had to make some major adjustments to how we interact with our students now that most of us are working remotely. I wanted to let you know that I am still available to speak with and work with your students. In the spirit of that, we here at UMW will be hosting Daily (Monday-Friday) Transfer Webinars at 4:00 PM. The webinar will consist of a Virtual Information Session and a Q&A. Please direct any of your interested students to following link to register for the events. Also, I am working on setting up a virtual on-site admissions event that will be available to your students. Details will follow soon. If you all have any questions, please let me know. Thank you for all your help and being so accommodating in these last few weeks.
Thank you for your interest in the RN-BSN curriculum at ODU!
Our intake advising team is available to assist you with a review of your transcripts to help you develop a plan of study to complete your BSN at ODU. For assistance, please email a copy of your transcripts to our intake advisors as follows.
The New Monarch Transfermation, now available through the link below, allows prospective students to not only see how their credits may transfer to ODU but how they fall into their intended major by providing a degree plan.
Our RN-BSN nursing courses are available online. The online format offers flexible scheduling around rotating shift-work. Both nationally and state accredited, the BSN program consists of 120–126 semester credits; sixty-six (66) credits in the nursing major and 54-60 credits in liberal arts and sciences which fulfill the university’s general education requirements.
In addition to general education and non-nursing departmental requirements, students will complete 33 upper division nursing credits. Registered nurses are awarded, at no cost, 33 credits toward the BSN for prior nursing education. Non-nursing credits are accepted in transfer from other colleges and universities. A grade of “C” or better is necessary for transfer credit. In some cases, students may receive additional transfer credit for nursing coursework. All students must complete 30 semester hours at ODU to be awarded a degree from ODU. Fall, spring, and summer enrollment is available.
All of the Guaranteed Admissions Agreements require that students complete a transfer associate’s degree in order to be eligible for the benefits that the agreement provides.
The following information provides a general timeline. They must be sure to start math (based on their program of study), and writing (composition) sequences as early as possible, as they are common requirements across most programs.
Steps to Ensure a Successful Transfer: Four Semesters Before
Speak to a transfer counselor as soon as possible to assist you with choosing your major.
Review all of the Guaranteed Admissions Agreements. NOTE: Students must complete a transfer associate’s degree to be eligible for the benefits that the agreement provides.
View special Articulation Agreements NOVA has with several four-year colleges and universities.
Learn about general education requirements and lower-division components in the curriculum at institutions you are considering.
Begin looking for scholarships, discounts and other ways to meet costs. Check out Virginia’s Two-Year College Transfer Grant.
Start your math (based on your program of study) and writing (composition) sequences as early as possible; they are common requirements across most programs.
Familiarize yourself with the list of frequently used college terms.
The SCHEV Transfer Tool enables students to research options for transferring from a Virginia Community College to a four-year institution in Virginia. Click on button below to get started.
I hope you and your families are doing well through these unfortunate times.
I wanted to provide some updates regarding transfer admissions at Shenandoah. We have replaced our Transfer Open House with a Transfer Webinar on Friday, March 20, 1pm-2pm. If students are interested they can register HERE.
We are also exploring doing virtual visits/tours soon which will likely follow our normal schedule. I will update you as soon as we have solidified it.
Faculty are also willing to zoom with any students who want additional information about a program. Any interested NVCC student can reach out to our office any of the below ways and we will get them in contact with the right person.
Call us at: 540-665-4581
Text us at: 540-592-4581
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