Earn your Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Earn Your Bachelor's Degree Your Way. Know Your Options.

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Many degrees become pieces of paper that gather dust on the shelf. A Bachelor of Science in Nursing on the other hand, can bring you new opportunities and a new life.

Median Salary
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The median salary of a nurse with a BSN is $83,000 according to Payscale.com (as of 2020), while the median salary of all RNs is $64,000.

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Job prospects for nurses are projected to grow at about 12% from 2018-2028 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

In Demand

Many hospitals don’t just favor applicants with a bachelor’s degree in nursing – some are starting to require it for all nurses.

The University of Olivet Advantage

Olivet Has Actively Been Involved In Student Success Since 1844.

Flexible Attendance Options

School Values

Since 1844, Olivet has believed that education should be available to anyone regardless of gender, race or financial means. Olivet has stood behind this belief, even when doing so initially prevented them from receiving a state charter for their first 4 years due to abolitionist beliefs.

Instructors With Real Life Experience

Instructors are individuals with real life experience in nursing. They are all industry professionals and engaged with students.




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This year continues to be a challenging time for many. We've decreased tuition costs for our first responders and front-line workers to make your next career move more accessible. We'd also love to talk to you about any employer contribution or financial aid we may be able to work with to help you reach your goals.


"The hybrid of online and classroom instruction allows me to truly learn. I was slated to attend another program, but the OC RN-BSN program is a much better fit for my learning style. I find classes thought- provoking and interactive, and the knowledge we are learning is directly applicable to my professional role."
Rick, RN-BSN Student
"I originally enrolled in another college’s BSN program, but by the time they finalized my paperwork, they had added 15 extra classes to my schedule in order to complete my degree. The University of Olivet was straightforward on what they would accept for transfer credits, even giving credits for work experience and training such as BLS and CEU. There were no hidden classes to take and they stuck to their word on what was needed."
Lori, RN-BSN Student
Nurse Navigator/Care Manager
"Liberal arts education is becoming more of a necessity for nursing because nurses are not just doing nursing tasks anymore. Nursing is also now you use emotional intelligence to interact, making ethical decisions in a political world."
Nicole, RN-BSN Student

Some names and photos have been changed to protect student privacy.


Nurses with a BSN have more opportunities and can choose more diverse areas of practice.

This distinctive, relationship-based program is designed for students who have completed an associate’s degree in nursing (ADN) and who currently hold licensure in the state of Michigan as a registered nurse (RN).

Mike Lazusky

Our director of adult professional and graduate admissions is ready to help


A Worthwhile Degree, At Your Pace, With An Accessible Faculty.

"Busy working professionals often have very specific professional and personal life goals, and it is my role to help guide them through the process of reaching their goals. There is no better feeling than working with adult professionals and seeing the fruits of their labor help advance their professional careers."
Mike Lazusky
director of adult professional and graduate admissions

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