Prospective Students

We offer three paths to earning a Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree at  NCA&T School of Nursing. Students may learn in our smart classrooms on our University campus located in Greensboro, NC or online. We emphasize community engagement, interprofessional education, population health informatics and technology. With the flexibility, convenience and affordability of our program, we can supply our students with the tools they need to succeed . Our faculty will support your academic progress for 12 months within the Accelerated Bachelors of  Science in Nursing (ABSN) or Bachelors of Science in Nursing Completion (BSNC) option. Our faculty will support your academic progress for 4 years within the Traditional Bahcelrs of  Science in Nursing (BSN). Please choose one of our great BSN entry options and our faculty will ensure your success.

Kiana D. Kimber is an aspiring nursing student please read her quote below:


“Although I am not legally able to use this title Registered Nurse (RN) as of now, it serves as motivation for me to push forward on this challenging and demanding path day in and day out. I live with the end in mind, meaning I put forth the constant work, effort, and persistence to enrich my craft as if my first day as a registered nurse were tomorrow. Why? Because that’s what I do, that’s what nursing students do, and that’s what Aggies do."


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Rotich Receives Award for Excellence in Teaching

Dr. Jerono Rotich of N.C. A&T has been selected by the UNC Board of Governors as one of 17 recipients of the board’s 2015 Awards for Excellence in Teaching.

N.C. A&T Joins White House Engineering Initiative

N.C. A&T is joining an engineering education initiative launched by the White House and the National Academy of Engineering.

Undergraduate Research Program Earns Recognition

N.C. A&T’s success in undergraduate research is drawing attention, particularly in Washington.

    

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