Rankings are based on academic reputation, student satisfaction, affordability, and average annual salary of early career nurses from online BSN programs across the country to create a definitive ranking of the most affordable nursing programs.
College Choice has ranked Northwest Florida State College among the Top Ten Most Affordable Online Bachelor’s in Nursing (BSN) programs in Florida.
“Our nursing programs continue to receive honors both regionally and nationally,” said Dr. Devin Stephenson, President. “These distinctions are further confirmation that our nursing faculty, staff, and students are among the best in the nation. We are honored and will continue to create a culture of excellence and continuous improvement at NWF State College.”College Choice, a leading authority in college and university resources, is an independent online publication dedicated to helping students and their families find the right college. Rankings are based on academic reputation, student satisfaction, affordability, and average annual salary of early career nurses from online BSN programs across the country to create a definitive ranking of the most affordable nursing programs. Research for the ranking is qualified by college websites as well as nationally recognized U.S. News & World Report and The National Center for Education Statistics.
Earlier this year, College Choice ranked NWF State College among the Top 50 Best Online BSN programs in the nation, the only state college to make the list, and among the Top 50 Best Community Colleges in the nation.“We are pleased to be able to provide the best choice for high-quality, affordable nursing education for our students,” said Dr. Charlotte Kuss, Director of Nursing. “Through the dedication and expertise of our faculty and the support of college staff, administration and community stakeholders, our BSN program will continue to strive for the highest standards in both the quality of student-focused learning and an affordable, accessible program of study. This combination will help nurses further their careers and meet the healthcare needs of our community.”