If you have a passion for patient care and the nursing profession, your leadership is needed now more than ever.
*“Top 10 Advantages of a BSN Degree,” NurseJournal.org, February 16, 2022.
At Olivet College, we believe you became a nurse for more than simply “a job” or “a paycheck.” We think you wanted a profession founded on passion, care, love and dignity. As a committed nursing professional, you have innovative ideas for improving patient care, you are ready to expand your knowledge and skillset, and you’ve demonstrated a desire to lead.
Now is the time to earn your BSN to become a leader advocating for your patients, nursing colleagues, and the next generation of nursing professionals. That starts with earning your BSN. Olivet College is here to support and celebrate you every step of the way.
count toward your degree and include continuing education hours, basic life support certification, elective credits (taken at Olivet College) and transfer of up to 90 credits.
for RNs working in Battle Creek or Calhoun County.
allows students to review materials and complete assignments at their convenience each week.
with the immediate connection and dedicated support of an admission team member who specializes in admission to the RN-BSN program.
including RN director, clinical nurse manager, nurse educator and more.
from faculty and staff who focus on building relationships with our students and helping them reach their individual goals up to graduation and beyond.
The Olivet College RN-BSN program serves professional nurses returning to college to complete a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. These individuals have completed their clinical nursing courses within an associate degree program and have earned their RN licensure before matriculating at Olivet College.