Fairmont State University’s online RN to BSN program has been recognized as one of the best in the State of West Virginia by RegisteredNursing.org.
The nursing advocacy organization acknowledged Fairmont State’s College of Nursing in its rankings for enabling nurses to expand their bedside and clinical capabilities through the RN to BSN program, while focusing on professional role development, patient-centered care and critical thinking in clinical situations.
Fairmont State University announced today that all summer courses will be provided online or through digital modalities as opposed to on-campus classroom instruction.
The summer term will begin on May 18 and run through August 6 with some courses being available for a six-week portion of the term. Students enrolling in Fairmont State’s summer term will also be able to take advantage of one of the lowest tuition rates in the state.
In February, Fairmont State University entered a lease to occupy the second floor of the Greater Bridgeport Convention and Visitors Bureau in Charles Pointe. The University’s vision to be able to offer more options for nontraditional students in Harrison County through the leased space is coming to life.
Dr. Richard Harvey, provost and vice president of academic affairs, said there are so many opportunities on the horizon with this space.
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