You have a calling to help people heal.
The Arnot Ogden Medical Center School of Nursing can prepare you to answer that call through our program which has been training nurses since 1889. Our staff, who are RNs themselves, know the work of the nurse matters and are compassionate educators.
Throughout the program, students have the opportunity for direct patient interaction through clinical experience at Arnot Ogden Medical Center, which is coupled with in depth classroom training. After earning an Associate Degree, our nursing students are ready to work, to sit for the Registered Nurse (RN) boards or go on to earn advanced degrees such as Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP).
Applying to the Program
Two year Associate Program
- Upon completion, students are prepared to take RN boards
- First step to getting an advanced degree such as Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP)
- Full-Time study program with classes Monday through Friday
- Program can be completed in two academic years
- Semesters begin in August and end in April
Hands on Training
- Study theory in the classroom, then experience the practical application of theory at Arnot Ogden Medical Center
- Learning Center is located on the campus of Arnot Ogden Medical Center
- Clinical training experience with people, not simulator mannequins
Small Instructor to Student Ratio
- Maximum of only 30 students per class
- Opportunity to connect personally with instructors
- Instructors are invested in the success of the students
- Many of the instructors are graduates of the program
About Our Instructors
Many of our instructors are graduates of the program. With the small class size, they enjoy having a chance to make personal connections with their students. All of the instructors are masters prepared.