William Penn to host visit day for registered nurses
William Penn University is hosting a visit day for nurses interested in learning more about the William Penn University RN to BSN degree program. It will be held on Friday, March 22, from 11:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on the Oskaloosa campus. During this event, the Director of Nursing, Dr. Brenda Duree, will meet with potential students to answer questions. Visitors will also be given a presentation by the Admissions Office and the Financial Aid Office on the process of applying for financial aid. Lunch will be provided. As a thank-you for attending, participants will receive a free t-shirt. The application fee will be waived for those that to apply to the BSN program on the day of the visit.
The RN to BSN degree program at William Penn University is under the direction of Brenda Krogh-Duree, RN, Ph.D. Duree comes from a strong background in nursing, education, and academic administration. Through her experiences as a lifelong learner and practicing nurse, she hopes to help her students reach their future goals. “I applaud these nurses for coming back [to school]; they are looking for more opportunities…a BSN will open up more job possibilities for them.” Duree stated.
Registered Nurses looking to further their career through a management or leadership position are able to apply their education and life experiences as they work toward a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Requirements for admission into the nursing program include acceptance into William Penn University, a valid unencumbered RN license in the state of Iowa, a completed and accepted criminal background check, and all immunizations and other health status conditions required by clinical agencies.
If you have considered taking the next step in your nursing career, reserve your spot today, and plan to join us Friday, March 22 to learn more about how the William Penn University RN to BSN degree program can take your career to the next level. Please RSVP to the Admissions Office at 641-673-1014 or 800-779-7366, or contact Dr. Brenda Duree at 641-673-1064.