If you’ve been thinking of pursuing a new path for your education and career, now is the perfect time to start with Misericordia University’s Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) program in Pittsburgh. That’s because prospective students enrolling for start dates in our Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 semesters will be automatically qualified to receive a scholarship worth $10,000 upon admission.
In as few as 16 months, Misericordia can help you attain your BSN degree through a combination of online, onsite and clinical-based learning centered around our program site in Coraopolis. This $10,000 scholarship will be administered throughout your four semesters in the program and can put our accelerated nursing degree more within reach for qualified students.
During your time as a Misericordia ABSN student, you’ll be working with top-notch instructors and equipment, as well as leading clinical partners and a supportive cohort. Everything we do is aimed at equipping you for an exciting and lucrative new career; with $10,000 in scholarship money, your dreams have never been more achievable.
Students accepted to start the 16-month ABSN program during our Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 semesters will be approved to receive this scholarship, so long as they meet our admissions requirements, which include:
- A non-nursing bachelor’s degree or completion of a minimum of 60 credits from a regionally accredited institution and meet our core curriculum requirements.
- A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 (based on all transferable credit).
- Completion of all prerequisite courses within the specified grade requirements.
For more information, learn more about our admissions requirements or contact our Office of Financial Aid, which is always ready to speak to students aiming for a start date outside of the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 semesters about alternative funding options.
Begin an exciting new career in nursing in as few as 16 months and take advantage of this unique scholarship opportunity to achieve your goals. Contact an admissions counselor today to start the process toward your new degree.