New Nursing Class at WPU

New Nursing Class-Fall 2012
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Introducing the newest class of nursing students in the William Penn University RN-BSN program. Pictured L-R: Angie Terrell, Lyndsay Veenstra, Jenny Mason, Kim Lambert, Beverly Kubas, Brandi Fintel and Shannon Goodwin

William Penn University is pleased to welcome the newest cohort in the RN-BSN degree program. Students met with Director of Nursing, Dr. Brenda Duree, along with William Penn faculty and staff members, on June 28 for orientation. Classes will begin on August 23, and will continue for four semesters. There is still time to enroll for fall 2012 by contacting the Office of Admissions at 800-779-7366.

William Penn University offers RNs relevant, quality curriculum that builds on pre-license work and life experiences. Classes meet just one day per week in small, face-to-face seminars with a curriculum that focuses on the complexities of decision making and developing the leadership skills needed in management roles.

The mission of the William Penn University RN-BSN program is to prepare BSN graduates with enhanced leadership skills that are essential to nursing practice in a diverse and ever-changing healthcare environment. Educational preparation is grounded in the nursing program’s outcomes and William Penn’s foundational concepts of leadership, ethical practice, lifelong learning, and commitment to service.

For more information on the RN-BSN degree program at William Penn University, visit or call 641-673-1064.