Press release: Affordable Colleges Online recently ranked Pensacola State College’s Bachelor of Science in nursing degree program third in the nation for offering academic rigor, student support and affordability for online learning.
According to AC Online, data analysts and college experts ranked private and public not-for-profit colleges based on cost-to-quality criteria including student-faculty ratio, percent of students receiving financial aid, academic and career counseling, and 6-year graduation rate.
“PSC has been a leader in providing nursing education for more than half a century. We are pleased that our new Bachelor of Science in nursing program is receiving national recognition for meeting educational needs in the health care community,” said PSC President Edward Meadows.
Pensacola State’s BSN program is designed for students with an associate degree in nursing and a license as a registered nurse. It is presented online to specifically accommodate working students who require a flexible schedule and the ability to self-pace themselves through the program.
“Health professionals value the notion of lifelong learning as it is essential in delivering competent patient care. The RN to BSN program allows the working nurse to further their education while complementing his or her nursing profession. We are proud of the RN to BSN program with PSC and honored to be recognized on a national level,”
said Dusti Sluder, PSC Director of Nursing.