Marshall University and Glenville State University have partnered to offer students a program leading to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. The agreement allows prospective students to enroll at Glenville State and complete general education courses during their first/freshmen year. Students who are admitted into the BSN program at Marshall will receive instruction through interactive video from Marshall faculty members on Glenville State University’s campus. Students will complete the lab/clinical portion in the local Glenville area.

The nursing program is designed for professional nurse generalists to work with individuals, families, groups, and communities in a variety of healthcare settings as they work toward obtaining RN licensure.

Apply to Marshall University/Glenville State University Cooperative Nursing Program

Find out more by visiting the Glenville State University website.

Note: International students who are accepted into the nursing program will be required to transfer to the Marshall University campus in Huntington during their sophomore year.