School of Nursing

Caring, Competence and Compassion

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School of Nursing fall 2016 graduates
School of Nursing spring 2017 graduates

Congratulations to our Fall ’16 and Spring ’17 ADN nursing graduates
on receiving a 100% NCLEX-RN pass rate!

All of the people in your RN to BSN program that I had contact with were exceptional, very helpful, kind, and sincere.  Should the opportunity arise I will be glad to act as a preceptor again.
Elizabeth "Jane" Grise

Nursing Precepter

“Remain dedicated… study hard… you WILL succeed”

jada-bradyMy decision to enroll in the RN-BSN online program at Campbellsville University was definitely one of the best decisions of my professional career.

Exactly nine days before starting my first semester at CU, I found out I was going to be a mother for the first time. To say that I was overwhelmed and anxious would be an understatement.  Those emotions quickly subsided thanks to the wonderful faculty and staff from whom I have had the pleasure of gaining new and vast knowledge in the field of nursing.

The online program is presented in a well organized manner which is easy to navigate and understand.  I never felt that I was “on my own” as I had feared.  Each and every person in the CU family was supportive, helpful, and willing to go that extra mile.

Throughout the program, I continued to work full time in my position as an Oncology Certified Nurse, and still had a social life as well.  Dr. Dickens was an inspiration, providing me with positive feedback and words of encouragement during my entire journey.

In August of 2015 I gave birth to a beautiful baby girl and took 8 weeks off from school to become comfortable in my new role as mommy.

I resumed classes that October and by May of 2016, I was an RN-BSN graduate!

The best advice I can give is this: remain dedicated to the profession, study hard, and I promise you WILL succeed at Campbellsville University. – Jada Brady RN

Associate Degree Nursing Program

Graduates of the Associate Degree in Nursing Program are prepared to work as nurse generalists in a variety of settings. The School of Nursing offers entry through traditional means, as transfer students and through the LPN bridge program.

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RN to BSN Program

The RN to BSN Program is offered to nurses who wish to complete their bachelor’s degree in nursing science. Students in the ADN program may elect to continue their education, or nurses may transfer credits from other schools to complete the BSN degree.

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Admission to the School of Nursing

Contact Jennifer Richerson at (270) 789-5155 or for additional information.