Jefferson Regional Medical School of Nursing
1600 W. 40th Ave.
Pine Bluff, AR 71603
Phone: (870) 541-7858
Fax: (870) 541-7807
Online: www.JRMC.org/SchoolofNursing JRMC School of Nursing is a residential program designed to prepare learners to apply for RN licensure and take the NCLEX-RN exam. The program curriculum plan meets the standards of the Accrediting Bureau of Health Educations Schools (ABHES) and Arkansas State Board of Nursing. The curriculum consists of 45 credits of nursing coursework and is delivered over 79 weeks. The program requires an additional 27 credits of general education coursework. A total of 72 credits are required for graduation. Upon completion of the program, the learner is awarded an Associates of Applied Science in Nursing Degree and is eligible to apply to take NCLEX-RN.
Enrollment 125
School Type 2 Year
Funding Type Private
Admissions Information
Requirements ACT (composite of 19) with at least a 16 in each component (English, Math, Reading & Science) taken within the past five years. Pending approval from ABHES for new admission criteria.
Minimum GPA 2.0
Minimum ACT 19
Admissions Email mullikinl@jrmc.org
Admissions Phone (870) 541-7858
Scholarship Information
Highlights The majority of our scholarships are given by the state of Arkansas and private sector. More Information Click Here Scholarship Phone (870) 541-7935
Tuition Information
Instate Tuition $5,055.00
Additional Annual Fees $1,505.00
Financial Aid Information
Highlights Most of the information required for consumer information has been satisfied via JRMC's website, however the school has someone available during normal operating hours to assist current or prospective students and their families with additional information. At a minimum, the following information must be provided about financial assistance available at a school: -the need based and non-need based federal financial aid that is available to all students. -the need based and non-need based state and local aid programs, school aid programs and any private aid programs that are available. -how students apply for aid and how eligibility is determined. -how the school distributes aid among students, -the rights and responsibilities of students receiving aid, -how and when financial aid will be disbursed; the terms of, the schedules for and the necessity of loan repayment and require loan entrance and exit counseling and -the criteria for measuring satisfactory academic progress and how a student who has failed to maintain satisfactory progress may re-establish eligibility for federal financial aid.
Financial Aid Contact Judy Stott Financial Regulatory Service Coordinator
Financial Aid Phone (870) 541-7858
Financial Aid Email stottj@jrmc.org
More Information Click Here

Degree Programs

Nursing (or Registered Nursing)