RN to BSN Cohort with University of Washington Bothell
Earn your BSN with University of Washington Bothell
Are you ready to get your Bachelor of Science in Nursing? We are excited to partner with UW Bothell to offer an RN to BSN cohort starting in Winter Quarter (January 2020).
WHO: This part-time 6-quarter cohort is designed for working RNs like you! You do not need to be Training Fund-eligible to participate, but priority is given to Training Fund members.
Benefit from an affordable program, balanced for work and life requirements and combining the best of in-person and online instructional models:
- Instruction takes place in person on campus once a week on Monday.
- All other instruction is online during the week.
- Your Tuition Assistance benefit can cover up to 100% of the tuition cost of the program, speak with your Education Navigator to determine how much of your tuition can be covered.
- A quick application process with support from your Training Fund.
WHERE: Classes will be taught on campus at Swedish Orthopedic Institute (First Hill, Seattle) and parking will be provided for Training Fund members.
WHEN: Courses are delivered in a hybrid format (5 in-person and 5 online sessions). In-class days are held on Mondays, 8am-5:30pm, starting in January 2020.
COST: University of Washington tuition rates apply. Eligible Training Fund members may apply for Tuition Assistance (deadline: October 15) and may receive up to $5,250 (pro-rated based on FTE status).
- If you’re Training Fund-eligible, apply for Tuition Assistance by October 15
- Apply to the RN to BSN at the University of Washington Bothell by November 15
Stop by an info session in August (stay tuned for more scheduled in September):
- Wednesday, August 21: 11am-1pm, near the cafeteria at UW Valley Medical Center
Please contact Christy Hammrich, RN Education Navigator, at (425) 205-7573 or .
Tselot Woldegiorgis, RN
Tselot completed his RN to BSN in June 2019.
“I had wanted to go back to school for a long time, but I just didn’t have the financial support necessary to make it happen. So, I was happy to learn that the Training Fund could help me with tuition. The Training Fund process was smooth, and the staff was so supportive. Working students are busy, and it is also helpful to have dedicated staff working to help keep me and my education on schedule.”