School of Nursing
If you are not sure which Ohio University office to contact with your question, contact the School of Nursing first. The School of Nursing can help you get in touch with your academic advisor, answer questions about the program, and direct your questions to other Ohio University offices.
Toll Free: 1.800.560.0144
Ohio University School of Nursing
Grover Center E317
1 Ohio University Drive
Athens, OH 45701-2979
The RN to BSN program is currently offered to residents with an active unencumbered RN license in the following states*: Ohio, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Nevada, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington D.C..
*If you move to an unauthorized state during your time as an Ohio University RN to BSN student, your eligibility to continue our program is not guaranteed. Please contact your School of Nursing advisor by calling 1.800.560.0144 if you are considering moving before completing your RN to BSN degree.
Add, Drop or Withdraw from Courses
If you have questions regarding adding, dropping or withdrawing from courses, click here. Contact the registrar's office for assistance.
Office of the University Registrar
If you have questions about financial aid, click here. You can also contact the financial aid office for assistance.
Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships
For assistance with financial transactions, contact the bursar's office.
Office of the Bursar
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Office of Information Technology
When you leave a voicemail or send an email?
- Provide your name and PID number.
- Mention or write that you are an online RN to BSN or graduate student
- Be as clear and specific as possible about your request.
- Allow 24 hours for a response to a voicemail and 48 hours for a response to an email.
- If you are leaving a voicemail, please speak slowly and clearly and leave your phone number twice.