Nurses have to wear a lot of hats. They explain drugs and treatments to patients, they administer drugs to some of those same patients, they reassure, they calculate, they document, they observe. But where do they do all those things the most? Which states have the most demand for nurses?
Kishwaukee College will now offer students the opportunity to seamlessly transition into a four-year bachelor’s degree program through a new partnership with Olivet Nazarene University. The dual admissions initiative, Pursue ONU, will provide a path to a bachelor’s degree in nursing or criminal justice for Kishwaukee students currently enrolled in an associate’s degree program.
Olivet Nazarene University (ONU) announced today a signed affiliation agreement between the School of Graduate and Continuing Studies (SGCS) and America’s Christian Credit Union (ACCU). The agreement is an exclusive education partnership between Olivet and ACCU.
The agreement will provide all ACCU staff, members and spouses a 20 percent tuition discount on SGCS programming. Olivet has already enrolled the first ACCU student who began pursuing her online bachelor of business administration in September.