We are delighted you chose our College to pursue your education. Our nursing programs exceed expectations, as shown by our outstanding NCLEX-RN exam pass rates, a proud distinction of excellence. As a BSMCON nursing student, you will be immersed in coursework, simulation labs, and clinical experiences while building leadership, supporting the community and developing personal and professional relationships that will undoubtedly last beyond your time with us.
As a student at Bon Secours Memorial College of Nursing, you have the opportunity to learn online. BSN students have electives and other offerings that are online, and RN-BSN students take part in a fully online program. Learning online offers students the flexibility to learn from any location and at any time that is convenient for their schedules.
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Chat Live with someone in Admissions, "Knock on Door" below. You can also schedule an appointment to meet "online" in Cranium Cafe.
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Traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree
for students seeking to become a Registered Nurse.
- Spring 2022 Admission – Deadline: August 15, 2021
- Fall 2022 Admission – Deadline: March 1, 2022
RN to BSN Online Program
for RNs seeking to earn a BSN
- Spring Admission - Deadline: November 1
- Summer Admission - Deadline: April 1
- Fall Admission - Deadline: June 15
The application deadline is the date by which all application materials must be received by the College of Nursing. Plan to begin the application process well in advance of your admission deadline to allow ample time for your materials to be received and for the successful completion of all requirements.
The College is proud of its equitable admissions practices. You can be assured that qualified applicants are considered for admission regardless of age, gender, race, color, religion, national origin, marital or veteran status, or physical or mental condition(s), so long as the condition(s) does not limit the applicant's ability to perform the essential functions of a nursing student with or without reasonable accommodation.