March 1 is the deadline for all application materials to the four-year BSN Program.
The College's BSN program graduates professionals who are ready to meet the ever-changing challenges of today's health care needs. Learning through a combination of classroom, laboratory, and supervised clinical setting instruction, students graduate with a solid foundation of nursing knowledge.
With expert guidance from faculty, students learn to evaluate the latest in nursing research and how to apply it in clinical practice.
Most classes are kept small to promote more effective learning. The student-faculty ratio for undergraduate clinical groups is no more than 10:1.
Special opportunities for involvement include Sigma Theta Tau, the international honor society for nursing, and the Kentucky Student Nurses Association. The college also supports opportunities for Nursing Practice Interns, College Ambassadors, Nursing Research Interns, Nursing Skills Lab Interns and the Undergraduate Nursing Activities and Advisory Council. For information about these opportunities, see Activities and Organizations under the Current Students section.