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February 15th is the application deadline for March admission for prospective students hoping to enter Graham Hospital School of Nursing in the fall for the 2020-2021 academic year. For more information, contact Pam Ritter, GHSON Coordinator of Admissions, Recruitment and Financial Aid at pritter@grahamhospital.org or call 309-647-5240 ext. 2347.

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February 15th is the application deadline for March admission for prospective students hoping to enter Graham Hospital School of Nursing in the fall for the 2020-2021 academic year. For more information, contact Pam Ritter, GHSON Coordinator of Admissions, Recruitment and Financial Aid at pritter@grahamhospital.org or call 309-647-5240 ext. 2347.

January 13  Classes Resume

January 13  Student Senate and Class Meetings @ 10 am

January 13  Curriculum Committee @ 1:30 pm

January 20  Martin Luther King Day (No Classes)

January 23  A & R Committee Meeting @ 1:30 pm

January 24  Last Day to Drop

January 27  Student Senate Committee Meetings @ 10 am

January 27  Faculty Organization Meeting @ 1:30 pm

February 3  Professional Issues Luncheon (Attendance Mandatory)

February 15 Application Deadline for March Admission

February 17  President’s Day (No Classes)

March 6  Mid-term

March 9-13  Spring Vacation

March 16  Classes Resume

April 10  Holiday (No Classes)

May 7  Senior Recognition Banquet (Attendance Mandatory)

May 8  End of Semester

May 8  Commencement

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

        Graham Hospital School of Nursing
        & ISU Mennonite College of Nursing
                                  Partnership

On Friday, December 6th, Illinois State University’s Dean of Mennonite College of Nursing, Dr. Judy  Neubrander, traveled to Canton, Illinois, to sign a formal agreement with Graham Hospital President Robert Senneff, Vice President of Quality, Allison Sours, and Director of the Graham Hospital School of Nursing, Susan Livingston to form a partnership between the two schools of nursing. Not only will Graham Hospital School of Nursing students be able to complete their Bachelor of Science in Nursing through Mennonite, but they will also have the opportunity for dual enrollment in both programs at the same time. Many students prefer to finish their three year RN diploma program at Graham, pass their licensure boards, and begin the completion program for their BSN while working as a licensed RN. Some students, however, prefer to take their additional online courses at the same time they are completing their onsite coursework through Graham. With the formal partnership with Mennonite College of Nursing they have a choice in which path they prefer to take in completing their BSN, the next step in furthering their nursing education.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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        Graham Hospital School of Nursing
        & ISU Mennonite College of Nursing
                                  Partnership

On Friday, December 6th, Illinois State University’s Dean of Mennonite College of Nursing, Dr. Judy  Neubrander, traveled to Canton, Illinois, to sign a formal agreement with Graham Hospital President Robert Senneff, Vice President of Quality, Allison Sours, and Director of the Graham Hospital School of Nursing, Susan Livingston to form a partnership between the two schools of nursing. Not only will Graham Hospital School of Nursing students be able to complete their Bachelor of Science in Nursing through Mennonite, but they will also have the opportunity for dual enrollment in both programs at the same time. Many students prefer to finish their three year RN diploma program at Graham, pass their licensure boards, and begin the completion program for their BSN while working as a licensed RN. Some students, however, prefer to take their additional online courses at the same time they are completing their onsite coursework through Graham. With the formal partnership with Mennonite College of Nursing they have a choice in which path they prefer to take in completing their BSN, the next step in furthering their nursing education.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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