Wesleyan Nursing admits students in August. Students interested in entering the BSN program should submit their nursing application with a priority deadline of Feb. 1. Mail all college transcripts to the Office of Admissions. Questions? email firstname.lastname@example.org
Seniors in high school have the exciting opportunity to be guaranteed a spot in the Nursing cohort. Learn about the Guaranteed Admission Program (GAP) Here.
Admission to Wesleyan’s nursing program is highly competitive. Students apply for entry into the BSN program during their sophomore year. Application dates can be found in the Application Information section.
Director of the Nursing Program at Wesleyan College, Sirena Fritz takes you on a virtual tour of our simulation lab equipped with six human patient simulators, a state-of-the-art control room containing audio and video equipment capable of recording all student simulator experiences, a home health room, a pediatric intensive care unit, a medication dispensing system, and several other unique features.
The Wesleyan College Bachelor of Science in Nursing program has Full Approval from the Georgia Board of Nursing and Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. The baccalaureate degree program in nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education www.ccneaccreditation.
In response to this statewide demand for qualified registered nurses, Wesleyan College offers the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. Hallmarks of the Wesleyan College program include an emphasis on women’s health and holistic nursing, with specific coursework designed to prepare graduates for leadership and management roles in the field of nursing.
Our exceptional nursing faculty prepares students to enter the workforce in a variety of healthcare settings. Specific coursework integrated throughout the curriculum prepares graduates for management and leadership roles in the field of nursing. Hallmarks of the Wesleyan program include evidence-based practice as the foundation for nursing interventions and care delivery with a focus on issues that impact nursing, health, and the global community.
Wesleyan’s Simulation Lab is equipped with six human patient simulators, a state-of-the-art control room containing audio and video equipment capable of recording all student simulator experiences, a pediatric intensive care unit, a medication dispensing system, and several other unique features.
I think I’m right where I am supposed to be. The professors push us to be our best. They cheer us on during our greatest moments, support us when we have doubts, and wrap their arms around us during the hard times. I could not imagine going through nursing school anywhere else but Wesleyan College.
During high school, Cornelia Seybold (Class of 2020) earned an associate’s degree in pre-nursing as a dual enrollment student at Georgia Military College (GMC). She was accepted to Wesleyan through the Guaranteed Admission Program (GAP) for high school students interested in studying nursing and will begin working toward her BSN this fall. Cornelia learned about Wesleyan from a GMC professor whose daughter, Gabby Garcia ’18, was attending Wesleyan. Cornelia visited campus during a nursing open house. When she met the nursing faculty and learned about the hands-on learning and intimate classroom environment, she knew she had found her perfect fit. “A women’s college isn’t just about being all women. It’s about all being together as women. I don’t feel any negative pressure, just constant reassurance. I love the sisterhood at Wesleyan. Since day one, I have felt a part of a community.”
In preparation for her career, Cornelia has enjoyed summer internships at Boothbay Regional Health Center in Maine. The center’s purpose is to create a comprehensive primary healthcare system operating under community governance. At the clinic, Cornelia has developed a donor database, worked to establish relationships between board members and patients, and planned programs to better the community by offering accessible healthcare.
Our Nursing Program Coordinator, Alexis Hall can help you with any questions or concerns you may have about the Nursing program at Wesleyan College. For more information about Wesleyan’s BSN in Nursing, please contact Alexis at email@example.com or (478) 757-5234.
The NCLEX passage rate for Wesleyan graduates has exceeded the national average of 87% every year.
Our Nursing program is specifically personalized for incoming first-year students.
All the students in our program get the opportunity to visit a new country to assist doctors and nurses with local residents.
With our state of art Simulation Lab students receive hands on training with high tech equipment leaving them more prepared when they graduate.
Wesleyan's concept based curriculum is a way to organize nursing curriculum into broader concepts to improve nursing students' understanding and application of content.
100 percent of our nursing graduates are employed right out of college.
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