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Mount Carmel College of Nursing

Mount Carmel College of Nursing was founded in 1903 by the Sisters of the Holy Cross.  Since that time, the private, Catholic college of nursing has been educating students for the traditional Bachelor of Science in Nusring degree, as well as the RN to BSN completion degree, the Master of Science in Nursing degree, and the Doctor of Nursing Practice degree.  MCCN has two campuses- their main campus located just west of downtown Columbus and a campus in Lancaster, Ohio (located 45 minutes south of downtown).  



This program is for students in our AAS in Nursing degree who will be eligible to earn their Registered Nurse (RN) license at the completion of the program.  Mt.Carmel has a completely online RN to BSN completion program available to students with priority consideration and special low tuition cost to our students. 

Information about admission to the RN to BSN program

Information about coursework and tuition for the RN to BSN Program

Virtual Information Sessions for RN Students

Want to learn more about the RN to BSN Completion Program at MCCN?  Check out this short video introducing you to the program.

For more information about this program, please contact:

Sadie Quinn, RN BSN




The advanced placement BSN degree is program is for students who are not currently in a nursing associate's degree program, but who are interested in transferring into a Bachelor of Science (BSN) degree program and completing it at an accelerated pace.  Students may also transfer into Mount Carmel's traditional entry BSN program that is a non-accelerated format.  Both programs have specific admissions requirements regarding high school course work, college course work, GPA, and other factors.  Students are encouraged to consult their admissions page to learn what requirements are necessary for each program, and attend any open houses sponsored by Mount Carmel. The Transfer Matrix provides students with a guideline of what courses to take at Columbus State and how they will transfer to Mt. Carmel for the degree.

For more information about this program, please contact: 

MCCN's Admissions Office at 614-234-4CON or e-mail