In the nursing profession, you have the power to help people heal while fulfilling the potential within yourself. At Olivet’s School of Graduate and Continuing Studies, our Nursing programs are designed to provide the skills and knowledge to help you do just that.

We understand the time demands on your schedule and the effort required by your job. We meet you right where you are—both in your career and along your educational path. With accelerated programs that meet online or on ground only one night per week and are completed in less than 2 years, we offer an education that’s uniquely relevant to your life. That, coupled with our affordable tuition, provides value seldom equaled in today’s education market.


Olivet Nazarene University Department of Nursing is seeking re-accreditation through CCNE (Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education) and will be having a site visit October 12-14, 2016.  We are engaged in the self-study process which is an opportunity for us to engage in critical self-evaluation leading to continuous self-improvement.

A very important part of the process is notification of alumni and other interested parties in order to give them an opportunity to submit written third-party comments to the CCNE offices.  Third-party comments are confidential and are not shared with the nursing program.  We welcome your helpful feedback and constructive comments.  Any written and signed comments will be accepted at CCNE until September 21, 2016.

Address comments to:

Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education

Attn: Third-Party Comments

One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530

Washington, DC 20036

      - or -

thirdpartycomments@aacn.nche.edu

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