When will the RN-BSN Online Program be discontinued?
The program will be offered through Fall Session II of December 2021.
I am a current or accepted student. If desired, will I be able to earn my BSN degree from Villanova University?
Yes, you can earn your BSN degree online from Villanova if you complete all degree requirements by the close of Fall Session II (December 2021).
I am a current or accepted student. Who is my contact for my progression plan?
Please contact Dr. Peggy Lyons, faculty coordinator (email@example.com or 610.519.5425) or Mrs. Kelly Tuzio, program coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org or 610.519.3277) about your progression plan.
I am accepted into the program, have not yet started, and now want to withdraw. What do I do?
Please contact your Bisk representative to initiate the withdrawal process 1-855-300-1473.
Is the RN-BSN Online Program accepting applications for Spring II 2018?
No. Beginning December 2017, the RN-BSN Online Program is no longer accepting applications.
I have started classes in the program, and now want to withdraw. What do I do?
Please contact your Bisk representative (1-855-300-1473) to initiate the withdrawal process. Note that other schools may or may NOT accept another program’s nursing courses for transfer credit. Please factor this information into your decision.
Will the M. Louise Fitzpatrick College of Nursing continue to support the RN-BSN Online Program through to closure?
Yes, the same quality faculty, courses and student support will be available throughout the remaining years of the program. Although we are discontinuing this pathway to earn a BSN, the prestige and recognition of your degree will remain strong.
Will all classes continue to be offered every session through the end of the program?
As students move through the curriculum according to their progression plans, courses will be retired from the program once they are no longer needed. Dr. Lyons and Mrs. Tuzio will advise students as to the timeline of course availability.
Will my degree still be recognized within the Nursing community?
Although we are discontinuing this pathway to earn a BSN, the prestige and recognition of your degree will remain strong.