West Virginia Wesleyan College’s School of Nursing reduces tuition for graduate nursing programs

BUCKHANNON, West Virginia – West Virginia Wesleyan College’s School of Nursing is announcing an affordable tuition rate for its Master of Science and Doctor of Nursing Practice programs designed to better meet the needs of students wishing to further their nursing education.

The new rate of $690 per credit hour will be effective Fall 2023 for the Master of Science in Nursing and Doctorate of Nursing Practice degrees.

“West Virginia Wesleyan College has a long history of providing high-quality nursing education at the baccalaureate, masters and doctoral level,” Director of Graduate Programs Dr. Amy R. Coffman, APRN-BC, DNP, said. “Along with quality education, the financial burden of graduate education has been a concern of faculty and administration at the institution.”

“West Virginia Wesleyan College and the School of Nursing will continue to offer high-quality graduate nursing education and now have a commitment to doing so with a regionally competitive cost that will lessen the financial burden to our students.”

In January, WVWC and Mon Health System announced a partnership to offer nursing students a scholarship opportunity and employment guarantee upon graduation. The scholarship provides financial support and graduates are guaranteed employment within Mon Health System.

The School of Nursing has a greater than 90% NCLEX Licensure rate for first-attempt passages and is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. 

For more information, visit www.wvwc.edu/nursing

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