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Grambling State University School of Nursing application is available for fall 2019

Join the next cohort in the long legacy of Grambling State University trained nurses. Applications for the Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) and the BSN programs are now open. Deadline is February 25, 2019. Click below to download the application:

RN to BSN Application Packet – http://bit.ly/gsurnbsnsummer2019

BSN Application Packet – http://bit.ly/gsubsnfall2019

Why GSU Nursing?

The Grambling State University School of Nursing is growing the best in healthcare practitioners through cutting edge education. From GSU’s pre-nursing coursework to their new Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing, graduate education, and research, our students, faculty, and alumni are helping shape one of America’s most important health professionals.

Though 120 credit hours of study and access to some of Louisiana’s most premier working professionals get the information you need to succeed on your path. Learn more at www.gram.edu/nursing or by emailing nursing@gram.edu.

Grambling State University was selected as HBCU Campaign Fund’s (HCF) August 2019 Supported Institution of the Month. GSU will be supported through HCF as a partner school through the areas of infrastructure, academic programs, fundraising, recruitment and enrollment, and institutional development.

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Grambling State University is a comprehensive, historically black, public institution that offers a broad spectrum of undergraduate and graduate programs of study. Through its undergraduate major courses of study, which are undergirded by a traditional liberal arts program, and through its graduate school, which has a professional focus, the University embraces its founding principle of educational opportunity. With a commitment to the education of minorities in American society, the University seeks to reflect in all of its programs the diversity in the world. The University advances the study and preservation of African American history, art, and culture. For more information, visit www.gram.edu.

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