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Quinnipiac University Online was an early adopter of online learning in 2001, and has since emerged as a thought leader in the delivery of online learning. The online learning experience at Quinnipiac embodies the University's core values of delivering high-quality academic programs while fostering a student-oriented environment and strong sense of community.
Taking an online course at Quinnipiac delivers the experience of a traditional classroom setting with the flexibility to fit the busiest of schedules. Courses are delivered using the most effective and innovative methods possible and are delivered asynchronously to allow students to work at their own pace. Each course also requires student interaction and discussion to facilitate a collaborative classroom experience.
As an employee of Stat Staff, you are eligible to:
Learn more about our partnership with Quinnipiac University and the degrees offered at: https://quonline.quinnipiac.edu/partners/statstaff.php.
Founded in 1946 by Syracuse University, Utica College is located in Central New York and offers a fully online RN to BSN program. The program allows for unique flexibility for those RN’s currently working in the field, who are looking to advance their degrees. Covering a unique and wide range of topics in nursing, including nurse management, community health nursing, clinical pharmacology, leadership and much more, the program prepares you to take the next step in your career.
Stat Staff Professionals has formally partnered with Utica College to help you on your journey to advanced education. This comes with several benefits for those Stat Staff employees enrolled in the RN to BSN program, including:
To get started on the process, head to Utica College and Stat Staff's partnership web page here, and fill out the form to request more information about the RN-BSN program. Someone from Utica College will contact you to answer all your questions, and let you know what the next steps are!
For 125 years, Chamberlain University has been at the forefront of quality nursing education. Chamberlain’s innovative, flexible online degree options allow registered nurses and healthcare professionals to advance their degree in a program that fits their lifestyle while they continue to work. Current offerings include an RN to BSN degree completion option, Master of Science in Nursing degree program with the choice of several specialty tracks, Doctor of Nursing Practice degree program, Graduate Certificates, and Master of Public Health degree program.
Stat Staff Professionals has formally partnered with Chamberlain University to help you on your journey to advanced education. Through our partnership with Chamberlain University, employees receive:
Learn more about our partnership with Chamberlain University and the degrees offered at: www.chamberlain.edu/statstaffpro
Empire State College is a premier higher education institution in New York. Empire offers a flexible and affordable RN to BSN program that is available entirely online. Stat Staff Professionals is the first organization to join in a formal partnership with Empire State College. This exclusive partnership allows us to offer tuition discounts and scholarships. Stat Staff Professionals CEO David Theobald graduated with a Masters in Nursing Education Degree from Empire State College in the Spring of 2017.
As a Stat Staff employee, you are eligible for several benefits as a student at Empire State College if you are a RN to BSN student:
Apply online to Empire State with the code ECPTRSTA for these exciting benefits. This code must be entered at the time of admissions application only, and cannot be submitted at a later time.
For information on applying to Empire, our tuition and scholarship opportunities, or the path from RN to BSN in general, contact us today via phone at (518) 871-1611 or visit Empire's State College's website.
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