Hallmark University Reveals New BSN Program to Combat Nursing Shortage
With an ongoing shortage of trained BSN Nurses across the United States, Hallmark University is proud to announce its commitment to helping solve the crisis. As enrollment for the first cohort is now officially underway, Hallmark University is excited to reveal its new Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.
New 32 Month Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Hallmark’s new BSN is designed to not just educate students in the field of nursing, but to also establish nursing practices that are well within the established legal, ethical, and professional standards. Our preparation provides graduates with the skills necessary to provide direct nursing care to patients and members of their communities.
During their time at Hallmark University’s Martha Fessler School of Nursing, students will:
- Learn in a Simulation Laboratory
- Learn Core Nursing Foundations
- Experience Hallmark’s Active Learning and Simulation Curriculum Delivery Method
- Utilize Course Point Plus – Virtual Simulation
- Complete their BSN in under 32 months
Prerequisites are accepted in this new program but are not required in order to enroll. This new program utilizes teaching methods that have resulted in Hallmark University’s high first-time NCLEX passing rate of nearly 90% (2017-18 reporting year), which has produced many extremely knowledgeable and qualified graduates to lead others in the nursing and healthcare industry.
Hallmark University’s RN-to-BSN Scholarship Opportunities
Hallmark University’s “2020 BSN Initiative” Scholarship
BSN degrees have approached a prerequisite level for the nursing industry in the U.S., with Texas having the second largest amount of RN’s per state. To support the nursing industry and RN’s furthering their education, Hallmark University launched its “2020 BSN Initiative” scholarship to support the needs of Texas nurses furthering their education. Hallmark is offering the scholarship to any Texas RN who chooses to earn their BSN with Hallmark and may be able to receive up to $6,000 in scholarship opportunities.