NWFSC Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program Named by Forbes Advisor as one of the Nation’s Best Affordable Institutions in 2024 for RN to BSN Programs

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NWFSC Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program Named by Forbes Advisor as one of the Nation’s Best Affordable Institutions in 2024 for RN to BSN Programs

NICEVILLE, Fla. – Forbes Advisor recognized Northwest Florida State College (NWFSC) as one of the top affordable colleges in the United States for RN to BSN Programs in 2024. Out of 58 institutions evaluated, NWFSC stood out among the top ten for offering students the chance to complete their degree in as few as three semesters, and at a highly economical price.

“Under the dedicated guidance of our exceptional faculty and staff, we have witnessed extraordinary growth and success, shaping a new generation of healthcare professionals,” Dr. Devin Stephenson, President of Northwest Florida State College, stated. “Our program stands as a beacon of excellence, not just in Florida but nationally, reflecting our unwavering commitment to providing top-tier education and training.”

According to Forbes Advisor, the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is quickly becoming the industry standard for entry-level nursing practice, especially in hospitals. BSN graduates earn approximately $92,000 annually. Additionally, a BSN degree can equip nurses for graduate school and job advancement.

“The healthcare industry is evolving rapidly, and with it, the role of training qualified nurses becomes increasingly critical,” said Dr. Henry Mack, Vice President of Academic Affairs at Northwest Florida State College. “Thanks to our faculty and staff, our program is uniquely positioned to meet the demand while helping set new standards in nursing education.”

The NWFSC Nursing RN to BSN degree program (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) is designed for licensed registered nurses.  This program provides nurses with the knowledge and skills to advance their careers to become nurse managers, case managers, hospital-based educators, and more. The program content addresses high-demand nursing specialties. Clinical instruction targets the specific needs of special populations, including community and family healthcare.

For more information about the NWFSC Nursing RN to BSN Programs, please visit NWFSC Nursing RN to BSN or contact Dr. Tanya Beauregard, RN, CNE, Director of Nursing, at beauregt@nwfsc.edu and 850-729-6400.


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