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Although some travel nurses have a long, successful career with just an Associate’s Degree in Nursing (ADN), more and more healthcare facilities are requiring any nurses interested in travel assignments to have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Degree. While this is a great way to advance your nursing knowledge and increase your marketability as a traveler, it can get expensive!
At TNAA, we love to see our travel nurses succeed in achieving their goals, and we want to help in any way we can. That’s why we’re proud to offer our RN to BSN Degree Program, which reimburses 100% of eligible tuition costs. There’s no more affordable way to earn your BSN! Read below to see how you can get started.
How Does It Work?
TNAA has partnered with Aspen University to offer a BSN degree program available completely online, open to travelers anywhere in the country. The program allows students to work at their own pace, completing the BSN degree in as little as 12 months or up to 24 months. Students are required to pay all tuition and fees upfront, and TNAA will provide 100% tuition reimbursement once the program is successfully completed and documentation has been submitted proving all eligibility requirements have been met.
Who Is Eligible to Participate?
The RN to BSN Degree Program is open to all TNAA travelers with an RN degree. To qualify for tuition reimbursement, travelers who complete the program in less than 18 months must take four 13-week assignments with TNAA. Travelers who take 18-24 months to complete the program must take six 13-week assignments. And although these four or six assignments are all that are required for participation in the program, we hope we can help all of our nurses continue to find the perfect travel assignments to fit their needs throughout their entire travel careers!
When Do I Get Reimbursed?
Students will be required to pay all tuition and costs upfront, but Aspen University makes it easy with an interest-free payment program with payments of as little as $250 per month. Once the BSN degree has been completed, travelers must submit all required documentation to TNAA and then reimbursements will be paid out within 45 days. Visit the RN to BSN Degree Program website for more information.
How Do I Get Started?
The RN to BSN Degree Program is only open to TNAA travelers. If you would like to become a TNAA traveler, click here to apply now. If you are already a TNAA traveler, visit the RN to BSN Degree Program website to download an application. Then visit Aspen University’s BSN Program website to enroll in the program. Each applicant is responsible for enrolling in Aspen University’s program individually.
If you have questions about TNAA’s RN to BSN Degree Program, visit our website for more information and answers to frequently asked questions. Also, visit Aspen University’s website for more information on the online BSN program.