Why Our Ohio Nursing School in Cincinnati Is the Perfect Fit
- No waitlist to start at our Cincinnati nursing campus
- Transfer credits accepted, earn your BSN in 3 years or less.
- Evening classes for general education coursework
- 24/7 tutoring resources available for all students
- Gain real-world experience through clinical training
- CCNE-Accredited BSN Program1
Your Nursing Dream Can Start Now
Our nursing school in Cincinnati is designed with one goal: to prepare you for a successful nursing career. We combine classroom teaching, hands-on simulations, and training in real-world healthcare environments to give you the skills you need.Learn More
Nursing School Curriculum
Our nursing school in Ohio is structured to set you up for a successful nursing career, combining classroom instruction, practical lab experiences, and comprehensive NCLEX preparation. If you have previous college credit, we will work with you to apply as much eligible transfer credit as possible to put you in the best position to finish your degree quickly.
Sample Classes in Our BSN Curriculum
- Fundamentals of Biology
- Introduction to Psychology
- Human Anatomy/Physiology I
- College Mathematics
- First Year Composition (Writing) I
Critical Thinking in Clinical Decision-Making
Evidence-Based Practice I
Community Health Nursing + Practicum
Maternal Health Theory and Application + Practicum
Transition to the Nursing Profession
Professional Seminar (NCLEX Preparation)
How Transfer Credits Work
At Arizona College of Nursing, we understand that you want to get the most out of your previous education experience on your journey to a nursing career. Students can progress through our BSN program of study in 3-years or less with qualifying transfer credits, if the courses apply to the program of study. Our academic advisors will work closely with you to review transcripts and transfer as many credits as possible.
Our Nursing School’s Clinical Partnerships in Cincinnati
Hands-on experience with patients and healthcare professionals is one of the most powerful learning methods. That’s why students in the final year of the nursing program spend most of their time in clinical rotations, training in real-world healthcare environments. In Cincinnati, Ohio, our 3-year accelerated nursing program partners with healthcare providers to provide students with essential clinical experience.
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Career-Focused Nursing School in Cincinnati, Ohio
We work tirelessly to provide our graduates with the skills and hands-on experience needed to succeed in the nursing profession.
How Our Nursing Degree Helps You Get Ready for the NCLEX Exam
We’re proud to say our nursing school in Ohio prepares students for the NCLEX from day one. Our instructors teach us to be comfortable answering NCLEX-style questions and using clinical judgment during our curriculum. Here are just a few of the ways we prepare you for NCLEX:
- A class dedicated entirely to preparing for the NCLEX exam.
- Virtual practice exams customized for each student
- Exam strategies & tips from instructors
- Customized assignments & study plans
Hear From Students In Our Nursing School
The teachers and administration of Arizona College really do care about us. In my first month of school, the Dean had a meeting with me to see how I was feeling. I don’t think I could find that level of support anywhere else.
Isabella Berry, BSN Program
If you are doubting whether you can become a nurse, the Arizona College teachers and staff will show you that you absolutely can. Every teacher is dedicated to mentoring and supporting students as much as possible.
Liezel Milad, BSN Program
Finally, a nursing school near me in Cincinnati!
Our nursing program serves the entire Cincinnati area, including Fairfield, Mason, Dayton, White Oak, and Westwood. We also serve the Covington, Kentucky area right across the Ohio River.
Monday – Thursday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm, Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, Saturday-Sunday Closed
Additional hours available upon request.
Visit Our Cincinnati Campus in Hamilton County
Our nursing school in Cincinnati, Ohio, is in the One Northlake Place building right off the I-71 and I-275 interchange between Highpoint and Sixteen Mile Stand. We’re just a few miles away from Bethesda North Hospital, 20 miles from Westwood, and 30 minutes from Downtown Cincinnati.
Our facilities have high-tech simulation labs, a learning center for studying, student lounge, and more.
Our academic advisors are happy to give you a tour of the campus and answer all questions you have about our BSN degree. The Cincinnati Campus Life and Campus Leadership pages also include more information on our nursing program in Ohio.
Approved by the Ohio State Board of Nursing
Learn How Our Faculty and Leadership Bring Practice to the Classroom
Our faculty and leadership at the Cincinnati campus have real-world nursing experience and want to help equip you for a successful career. With mentorship and hands-on guidance in in-person labs and simulations, you can apply what you’re learning to advanced nursing practice scenarios.
Meet Our Cincinnati Nursing School Campus Leadership
What inspired you to pursue a career in nursing education?
“I practiced at the bedside, in acute care, for over 16 years. I was fortunate to experience many practice areas of nursing during that time and I always found myself gravitating toward opportunities to teach and mentor new nurses. Upon completion of my master’s degree, I knew I needed to follow my passion for nursing education, and I have not looked back. I am passionate about our future nursing workforce and proud to facilitate an exceptional nursing education journey for our students!”
What makes Arizona College of Nursing different from other nursing schools in Cincinnati?
“At Arizona College of Nursing, we are nursing only. That is what we do, and we do it well. The student is immersed into the role of the professional registered nurse. General Education courses prepare students for their nursing journey. We provide resources to create a student-centric environment and we hire faculty that care about the student’s success. We work with the students so they may graduate, take and pass NCLEX, and have fulfilling nursing profession.”
What support resources are available to nursing school students at the Cincinnati campus?
“AZCN provides a plethora of resources so our students can be successful. Students learn and practice in state-of-the-art skills labs and simulation center, can obtain additional tutoring and small group workshops to enhance their current course teachings, in addition to 1:1 advising and counseling services. There is an abundance of amazing resources to meet each students individualized needs toward their success.”
Our Cincinnati Nursing School Scholarship Opportunities
As you consider nursing schools in Ohio, we know that the cost of the program is an important factor in your decision. Students can receive up to $5,000 in scholarship support.
Click the button below to learn more about our Cincinnati nursing scholarships and to determine eligibility
- Futures Scholarship
- Advancement Scholarship
- Working Parent Scholarship
- Achievement Scholarship
- Opportunity Scholarship
FAQ at our Cincinnati Campus
Browse below to read the most frequently asked questions we receive for our nursing school in Cincinnati. To find a nursing school near you, visit our Campus Locations page.
Transferring credits can get you on track to complete your program in less time and at a lower cost. Students can progress through our BSN program of study in 3-years or less with qualifying transfer credits, if the courses apply to the program of study. For questions about transfer credits, including credits associated with college level credit test scores, visit our Campus Locations page for details to contact your local campus.
Read more about Arizona College of Nursing’s credit transfer requirements.
Students of all ages and backgrounds who qualify may be eligible for a variety of financial aid programs and payment options including:
- Federal student loans
- Federal PELL and SEOG grants
- Eligible State-based grant programs
- Private educational loans
- Military veteran educational benefits (ex: Post-9/11 G.I. Bill®)*
*GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill. The Falls Church, Hartford, Cincinnati, Cleveland, St. Louis, and Chesapeake Arizona College of Nursing campuses are not approved to train eligible Veterans and their dependents.
Yes. While every student’s schedule may vary due to prior academic experience, you’ll start your BSN degree program with evening general education courses. In addition, some general education courses are offered in a convenient on-campus/online hybrid format.
We offer general education courses in the evening because we know students are busy and often can’t immediately change their schedule when starting Nursing school.
Your schedule will shift to daytime classes once you begin your Core Nursing courses.
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Arizona College of Nursing – Cincinnati is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org). All Arizona College of Nursing campuses are also institutionally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES).
Our BSN curriculum covers important topics like clinical-thinking, community health, critical care, gerontology, leadership, surgical care, obstetrics, pediatrics, and psychiatric care.
Arizona College of Nursing – Cincinnati
(513) 275-7468 email@example.com
11500 Northlake Drive Suite 105 Cincinnati, OH 45249
State Board of Career College and Schools registration number 2211.
1 The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program at Arizona College of Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (www.aacnnursing.org).
2 All Arizona College of Nursing and Arizona College campuses are institutionally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES), a U.S. Department of Education-recognized national accrediting agency.