Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) Entry Option


Now Accepting Applications for the Spring of 2019

Application Due Date August 15, 2018

What We Offer

Face to Face Classes held at our New State of the Art Union Square Campus Facility Pending Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) approval

BSN Degree in 12 Months (taught in block format)

Experiential learning in classroom and clinical and virtual labs

Exceptional Collaborative Faculty

Small Classes

Program Overview

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64 Credit Curriculum       12 Month Nursing Program      1 BSN Degree Apply Today

Program Benefits

Affordable Tuition and Fees

ACEN Accredited Degree

Scholarships available

92% success rate on the NCLEX Exam (RN licensure)

100% of our licensed graduates employed within 6 months

Comprehensive curriculum equips students for work environment

TEAS Testing Information

Student will need to arrive at least 15 minutes early with ID These instructions are on the website when they register!

The cost of the exam is  $66.00

TEAS Test Date and Time

July 24, 2019
9:00am – 1:00pm


Inquire Today:

For More Information on how you can get started on the road to Nursing Success

Call: 336.334.7750 or Email:  or Join us for an upcoming Information Session


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