Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree Program
(RN to BSN)
Frequently Asked Questions
What is RN to BSN?
The RN to BSN Program is for nurses who have completed an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program, have an active, unencumbered Florida RN license or who will earn their active, unencumbered Florida RN license before beginning the second semester of the CF RN to BSN program and who desire to earn their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.
What differentiates the CF program from other RN to BSN programs?
College of Central Florida’s RN to BSN program provides high quality, affordable education, with state of the art, high-fidelity simulation labs. We provide flexible schedules, and take pride in our committed and caring faculty.
Where do I get an application?
The admission application for the College of Central Florida can be completed online at https://mycf.cf.edu/ics/Admissions/
The application for acceptance to the RN to BSN program can be downloaded at www.cf.edu/prospective/infosessions
When is the application deadline?
CF application deadline varies every semester. Please visit CF’s website at https://mycf.cf.edu/ICS/Admissions/Timeline_for_Success.jnz for the current College of Central Florida deadline.
The RN to BSN program application is based on a rolling acceptance, with Fall acceptance applications submitted by April 15 of the same year and Spring acceptance applications submitted by September 15 of the preceding year.
Is Financial Aid available for the RN to BSN Program?
The RN to BSN program qualifies for financial aid. Please consult Financial Aid to assist with individual eligibility. https://mycf.cf.edu/ICS/Admissions/Financial_planning.jnz
Am I required to attend an Information Session?
The RN to BSN information session is totally online. It is a mandatory session. The website for the information session is www.cf.edu/prospective/infosessions
Do I need to be a licensed Florida RN to be in the program?
Student should have their active, unencumbered Florida RN license already or will take the NCLEX-RN exam and earn their active, unencumbered Florida RN license before the beginning of the second semester of upper level course work.