Quote from LunahRN
it's NLNAC and CCNE-accredited. As far as I know, those things sound good to employers.
The NLNAC and CCNE accredit individual programs, not entire schools. So here's a problem I found:
According to their website, "The associate and bachelor's degree programs in nursing at the Columbus and St. Louis campuses are accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC). The bachelor's degree program in nursing at the Addison, Columbus, Phoenix and St. Louis campuses is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)." They don't make any specific reference to the Online RN to BSN Program.
Whats up with that? Also, when I did a search for them on the CCNE website, nothing comes up.
The Columbus, OH and Saint Louis, MO programs did indeed show up on the NLNAC website, so that much is true. I'm emailing their Director of Licensing and Accreditation to clear things up. I certainly hope the RN to BSN Program is accredited because I was interested in that one!