Rogers State University
Rogers State University was founded as a preparatory school in 1909 in Claremore, OK. Today it is a four-year regional university that offers three programs within the nursing school: a traditional BSN track, an RN to BSN track, and an ADN in nursing. The ADN program is fully ACEN accredited, and the bachelor’s program is conditionally accredited. RSU nursing students have access to experienced faculty, a supportive student cohort, and well-equipped facilities. They will further gain experience at rural and urban hospital settings during their clinical rotations.
The RN to BSN bridge program is unique in its rural health care focus in addition to preparation for nursing careers in federally-operated facilities. With an understanding in cultural, economic, social, and political issues, RSU graduates are prepared to deliver quality, culturally sensitive care to diverse patient populations. Students may apply twice yearly, in the fall and in the spring to all nursing programs.
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Sources: The State Board of Nursing from Each State, U.S. Department of Education: College Scorecard, U.S. Department of Education – OPE, National Center for Education Statistics, Bureau of Labor Statistics