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  • Admission to the RN-to-BSN Program : Saint Anselm College
    FAQs Articulation Agreements Nursing Department Saint Anselm College Home Page Academics Majors and Departments Nursing RN to BSN Admission Main Content Admission to the RN to BSN Program Students who have graduated from accredited associate degree nursing programs will be considered for admission to the RN to BSN Program Applicants must hold a current registered nurse license If the applicant has not worked in the role of a registered nurse within the last five years a competency lab and medication math exam will be scheduled and must be passed with a score of 90 percent or higher Students may apply for admission throughout the year and applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis Applicants Must Submit the Following Saint Anselm RN to BSN Application PDF 279KB please note application fee is 50 Non refundable application fee of 50 Official and final high school transcript Official college transcript s Copy of Registered Nurse License Admission interview with director of RN to BSN program Statement of goals and summary of nursing experience see application for details Questions For admission materials questions please contact the Office of Admission at 603 641 7500 or program liason Kathleen Farmer at 603 641 7245 Saint

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  • Tuition and Financial Aid : Saint Anselm College
    Home Page Academics Majors and Departments Nursing RN to BSN Tuition and Financial Aid Main Content Tuition and Financial Aid Tuition Tuition for participants in RN to BSN program coursework is 300 per credit so 900 1 200 per course The total cost of the program will depend upon the number of courses transferred but will range between 12 600 and 15 300 Federal financial aid and loans are available Financial Aid Student loans and Federal financial aid are available To apply for financial aid students need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA by going to www fafsa ed gov Insert the Saint Anselm College code 002587 Further financial aid information is available at the financial aid web page The Office of Financial Aid will contact applicants if additional information is necessary Questions Contact Sue Kinney at 603 641 7334 Contact Information Office of Financial Aid Saint Anselm College Box 1735 100 Saint Anselm Drive Manchester NH 03102 603 641 7110 Fax 603 656 6015 financial aid anselm edu Contact Information Susan Kinney MSN RN Saint Anselm College 100 Saint Anselm Drive Manchester NH 03102 603 641 7334 Fax 603 641 7377 nursing anselm edu Saint

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  • Request Information : Saint Anselm College
    Institutes Centers and the Arts Athletics Current Section RN to BSN Admission Tuition and Financial Aid Request Information Courses FAQs Articulation Agreements Nursing Department Saint Anselm College Home Page Academics Majors and Departments Nursing RN to BSN Request Information Main Content Request Information Saint Anselm College A Catholic Benedictine Liberal Arts College 100 Saint Anselm Drive Manchester New Hampshire 03102 603 641 7000 Visit Us Campus Map Resources Consumer Information

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  • Program Courses : Saint Anselm College
    BSN program you must complete 120 credits through transfer credits challenge exams CLEP and Saint Anselm courses A number of required core courses may transfer Students must receive a C or higher in all transferred courses or the equivalent in challenge exams CLEP A minimum of 42 credits 33 are nursing must be taken at Saint Anselm College Major Requirements may be taken in any order NURN 451 Leadership and Management in Professional Nursing 4 credits NURN 452 Health Assessment 4 credits NURN 453 Pharmacology for the RN 4 credits NURN 454 Community Health 4 credits NURN 455 Evidence Based Nursing Research 4 credits NURN 456 Nursing Informatics 4 credits NURN 457 Nursing Capstone Practicum 6 credits Elective 3 credits NURN 360 Understanding Suffering NURN 362 PTSD and Implications for Nursing Practice NURN 375 Healthcare Economics and Policy Core Requirements PHRN XXX Philosophy Elective 3 credits may transfer SORN 212 Social Statistics 3 credits may transfer THRN XXX Theology Elective 3 credits may transfer HURN 310 Humanities 3 credits may transfer from any course in the humanities including language literature art including music philosophy religion and history PHRN 107 Ethics 3 credits must be taken at Saint Anselm College THRN

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  • Frequently Asked Questions : Saint Anselm College
    are different in terms of the nature of the class interaction presentation of materials and overall learning experience Some students find blended learning a convenient positive and rewarding experience others are frustrated by the experience and have difficulty succeeding in this type of course Possessing certain qualities will increase your opportunity for success in blended learning Taking the survey below may help you decide if blended learning is right for you I am self disciplined I can work on my own and not be easily distracted I am self motivated to learn I don t need stimulus from other students or being face to face with my instructor to motivate myself I have time management skills to balance online coursework with my professional and personal responsibilities I am willing to commit my time and effort to online courses 8 hours and up per week per course I have good writing and communication skills I have good reading skills I can read a book and learn how to do something I feel comfortable discussing issues and taking questions in an open forum I have strategies to get the most from the course study materials such as text book study guide syllabus etc I can benefit from direct instructor feedback I feel comfortable using the computer to browse the web download online materials and create Word and PowerPoint documents If you responded yes to eight or more of these statements blended learning is suitable option for you If you responded yes to six to eight of these statements you may succeed in a blended learning course with some effort If you responded yes to five or less of these statements blended learning may not be the best option for you at the moment You can learn more about other campus based programs that meet your needs What is the typical course All of our program courses are delivered in the blended format We offer two sessions of 8 week courses per semester Each 8 week session begins with a face to face or on campus meeting for approximately 3 hours class 1 The following 6 weekly sessions are held online Students work at their own schedule on various learning activities each week The last session class 8 is on campus and is devoted to student presentations or exams The following week another session begins with the same 8 week plan The face to face classes are held on the same day of the week e g Monday for both semesters so you can plan for these on campus visits well in advance Classes are offered in the fall spring and summer sessions There is only be one 8 week session in the summer Can I attend either full or part time You may choose either Full time is considered to be two courses per 8 week session part time is 1 course per session In order to receive financial aid you will need to take a course each session You can change

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  • Articulation Agreements : Saint Anselm College
    Home Page Academics Majors and Departments Nursing RN to BSN Articulation Agreements Main Content Articulation Agreements Saint Anselm College has admission agreements with several institutions in New Hampshire that allow registered nurses who the meet the admission requirements to transfer their associate degree credits into Saint Anselm College s RN to BSN Program Institutions Saint Joseph School of Nursing Manchester Community College Nashua Community College New Hampshire Technical Institute NHTI

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  • Nursing News : Saint Anselm College
    Groups of Saint Anselm students travel to eight regions of the U S on Saturday January 9 for the 26th year of Winter Break Alternative WBA As part of the college s Service and Solidarity Mission Program 108 students are volunteering at sites in Appalachia New Jersey New Hampshire Louisiana Read More Live From the Carr Center College Hosts Democratic Debate 12 21 2015 On Saturday December 19 Saint Anselm College lived up to its reputation as New Hampshire s Home for Politics when it hosted the final Democratic Primary Debate of 2015 in partnership with ABC News and the New Hampshire Union Leader Read More New Scholarship for New Hampshire Catholic High School Students 12 08 2015 Saint Anselm College has announced a substantial new student scholarship effective immediately and applicable to students from select New Hampshire schools who start entering the college in the fall of 2016 Read More New Freshman Honor Society Inducts 113 Students for Academic Excellence 11 12 2015 In its installation and first induction ceremony the Alpha Lambda Delta National Academic Honor Society for Freshman inducted 113 students for achieving academic excellence in their first year of study in higher education Read More Seniors Awarded Full Tuition Scholarship 10 08 2015 Two seniors Rachel Follett and Brian Pickowicz were selected to receive the Thomas A Melucci Jr Memorial Scholarship which provides full tuition to seniors who have demonstrated significant spiritual and personal growth throughout their college careers Read More Thirteen New Faculty Join College Community 09 03 2015 Astronomy nursing and social deviance are just a few of the subjects taught by 13 new faculty members who joined the campus community this fall Read More RN to BSN Program Graduates 12 05 26 2015 This spring 12 members of the college s RN to

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  • Students Take Service to Sites Around Country : Saint Anselm College
    their spirituality the meaning of life and how they interact with others says Director of Campus Ministry Susan Gabert 91 The cultural immersion for students is really important because they learn about the world outside of the college WBA students work at soup kitchens renovate homes help the elderly and underprivileged children support schools and perform any other tasks defined by the site s needs A new site for the program this year is Project Hospitality in Staten Island NY Led by senior biochemistry major Elisha Griffin and senior nursing major Elaina De Mello the Saint Anselm students will clean up areas affected by massive flooding from Hurricane Sandy They will also support the Staten Island Community Serving Center by preparing and distributing meals and working in the food pantry The trip is Griffin s first as a leader of a WBA group though she participated in a previous trip to Washington D C I am really looking forward to the direct service aspect of this trip I think that the participants will learn a lot of very different but valuable lessons from this type of experience says Griffin Training is extensive for the 16 WBA leaders 2 for each of 8 sites Following selection the previous April they attend weekly meetings as well as two weekend retreats Their training covers skills in crisis management diversity and cultural sensitivity guest etiquette communication with their sites budgeting and fundraising Leaders also learn to lead conversations and provide a comfortable environment for team members At the end of each day at a work site they guide their student groups in reflection sessions These evening meetings include discussion about personal transformation education awareness applying what they have learned and how their work makes a difference Griffin notes I hope that I can aid

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