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Online R.N. to B.S.

Growing Care

Valuable. Flexible. Convenient.

  • NO application fee

  • Complete your degree in 1 year with fulltime study (Part time study also available)
  • Applicant must have a cumulative GPA of 2.8 from an earned Associate’s Degree or Diploma in Nursing
  • Current licensure in the United States
  • Receive 60 credit hours for your Associate Degree or Diploma in Nursing
  • Receive up to 35 credit hours for your professional portfolio or job experience
  • Total cost of the program is $11,000 (10% reduction if employee of Salina Regional Health Center). Scholarships are available to further reduce the cost!
  • You have until the end of each term to make payments, enabling employers that reimburse tuition costs to pay KWU directly
  • Financial aid is available (upon qualification)

The baccalaureate degree program with a major in nursing at Kansas Wesleyan University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791.

Complete your application by our priority deadline of June 13 – no upfront costs and an admission decision within two business days. We know your time is valuable.

PLUS!

Send us a copy of your unofficial transcripts, and we’ll let you know within two business days what classes we anticipate will transfer and what your personalized class schedule could look like.

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 RN to BS Sample Course Schedule

RN to BS Admissions Checklist

Scholarships

Provided by Salina Regional Health Center: (Go to SRHC.com for application and deadline information)

  • Wendell K. Nickell & Waitstill B. Nickell Nursing Scholarship facilitated through Salina Regional Health Foundation for $2,800 per year. Awarded to SRHC employees with 3+ years of service who wish to attend Kansas Wesleyan University.
  • Tuition Reimbursement granted for up to $5,250 annually for current SRHC employees working more than 64 hours in two weeks; up to $2,625 annually for part-time employees working more than 40 hours in two weeks.

 Provided by the State of Kansas:

  • Kansas Comprehensive Grant: $3,500 granted if a Kansas resident, can show financial need and file FAFSA by April 1.