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Why Peggy Dyer Went Back for Her BSN – 37 Years Later

Posted on Thu, Mar 14, 2019

Peggy Dyer, 63, graduated from a diploma nursing program in western Nebraska in 1976, the same year Apple Computer was founded, the original “Rocky” debuted in movie theaters, and gasoline cost a whopping 59 cents a gallon.

Peggy has a message for any RN wondering if it’s too late or too hard to go back to school for a BSN degree:

“If I can do it, you can!”

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Topics: nurse education, RN to BSN, nursing, online education, bachelor's degree

Why Get the RN to BSN Degree?

Posted on Tue, Feb 19, 2019

If you’re a diploma- or associate degree-prepared RN wondering if you can and should go back to school to get a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, here’s the short answer: YES.

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Topics: nurse education, college, RN to BSN, nursing, online education, bachelor's degree

RN to BSN Tuition Reduced By Nearly Half

Posted on Thu, Jul 09, 2015

The word is out:  Nebraska Methodist College has reduced tuition for its RN to BSN program by almost half.

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Topics: nurse education, RN to BSN, nursing

RN To BSN Program Hits The Open Road

Posted on Tue, Mar 10, 2015

Nebraska Methodist College has embarked on an exciting new partnership that aims to provide traveling nurses with the opportunity to further their careers in the healthcare field.

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Topics: nurse education, RN to BSN, nursing, continuing education

Heart Condition Can’t Slow Down NMC Student

Posted on Thu, Feb 20, 2014

Nebraska Methodist College student Ashley Powers has a congenital heart defect, but you would probably never know it.

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Topics: student life, student spotlight, RN to BSN

Why Should I Get My BSN Degree? Peggy Dyer Answers.

Posted on Fri, Dec 06, 2013

Many registered nurses who have received their ADN are faced with the decision of going back to school to advance their education. 

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Topics: nurse education, student spotlight, RN to BSN

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