Becki Morgan, a cancer survivor and pediatric nurse recently graduated with her MSN from Jacksonville University.
The school’s 100% online RN to BSN program, facilitated by University Alliance, provides grants to make education more affordable for nursing students.
The program awards 16 $2,500 scholarships each year to multicultural women pursuing college or graduate school degrees in healthcare fields.
Tanya Webb, a registered nurse who has dedicated her career to assisting patients undergoing surgery, has been honored with U.S. News & World Report-ranked Jacksonville University’s RN to BSN Honor Scholarship for the Summer I term.
As nurses across the country are honored for their hard work and dedication during National Nurses Week, the staff and faculty at Jacksonville University are taking time out to thank those who serve.
Nurses and other healthcare providers are urged to help bolster awareness of the nation’s fourth leading cause of death.
Jacksonville University looks to make the nursing shortage in Florida a thing of the past.
The scholarship for nursing provided by Jacksonville University can save students over $3,000 on tuition costs.
Although the percentage of male RNs has more than tripled since 1970, men still account for less than 10% of the nation’s nursing workforce, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
The American Association of Colleges of Nursing’s annual survey found that nearly 60% of recent Bachelor of Science in Nursing graduates had job offers upon receiving their diploma, a rate almost twice the national average.