Meet Your MSN Online Enrollment Advisor

Meet Pauline Courchene, your Enrollment Advisor, who will assist you through the application process.

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Welcome to this short meet your advisor Webinar for the University of San Francisco. It’s the Master of Science, the ADN to MSN or the BSN to MSN nursing program. This webinar will take about five minutes.

Our agenda for today is for me to introduce myself, then I will go over the admission requirements for the program and then talk about the next steps.

My name is Pauline Courchene; I’ve been an enrollment advisor for several years. My role is to go over the qualifications for the program. I’m going to discuss your interest in the program and in a Master’s degree in general. And then go over details of this program, the RN to MSN online program at the University of San Francisco.

If the program is a good fit for you, then we would talk about the application process. What you need to do to apply and the deadline.

My role is to provide information to you, answer your questions and assist you until the start of your first class. The qualifications for the program are either an ADN an Associate’s Degree in Nursing or a BSN a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from an accredited program. Your GPA should be at least a 3.0. You also would need a current RN license, from one of the United States. You must also live in one of the states that are listed at the bottom of the slide here, as you can see Arizona, California, Florida, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon, Texas or Washington. If you are an International student you should have an evaluation of you previous education and also translation if your transcript is not in English.

If you are qualified for the program, you have questions, you can call me, you can schedule an appointment using the Vcita link as you can see there’s a special one for me, or you can email me. I’m here to help you.

Thank you for taking the time to listen to this webinar. I hope it was useful, I look forward to connecting with you in the near future. Enjoy your day.
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