Complaint Process

If you are a student in an online program and you have concerns and/or complaints, please contact your program advisor first.

Student rights and expectations are described in the Student Code of Conduct. If the grievance involves an issue related to a College – wide policy, please review the policy:

External Resources

If an issue cannot be resolved internally, please see the link under the state name for complaint information for the state where you live:

California

Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education
Telephone: (916) 263-1897
Online Dispute Resolution Request

Idaho

State Coordinator for Private Colleges & Proprietary Schools
Telephone: (208) 332-6800
Email: info@sde.idaho.gov
Online Dispute Resolution Request

Illinois

Institutional Complain System
Illinois Board of Higher Education
Telephone: (217) 557-7359
Online Dispute Resolution Request

Iowa

Mount Carmel College of Nursing is registered by the Iowa Student Aid Commission as of November 16, 2012.

Regarding Iowa Code Section 261B.7

Effective July 1, 2012

Any resident of Iowa who has questions or complaints about Mount Carmel College of Nursing may contact:

Iowa College Student Aid Commission 
430 E. Grand Ave., 3rd floor 
Des Moines, IA 50309
Telephone: 877.272.4456 
Online Student Dispute Resolution Request

Kansas

Kanas Board of Regents
Telephone: (785) 430-4240
Online Student Dispute Resolution Request

Michigan

Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
Telephone: (517) 241-7000
Online Student Dispute Resolution Request

Ohio

Ohio Department of Higher Education
Telephone: (614) 466-6000
Online Student Dispute Resolution Request

Tennessee

Tennessee Higher Education Commission
Telephone: (615) 741-0662
Online Student Dispute Resolution Request

A leader in nursing education for more than a century, Mount Carmel offers an evidence-based and flexible online Bachelor of Science program designed by expert faculty—all to fit the busy lifestyles and schedules of licensed registered nurses. With full accreditation and a student-first focus, Mount Carmel College of Nursing is committed to advancing nursing careers to meet the critical demands of today’s healthcare environments.

1. How many credits are required for graduation?

128 semester credits are required for the baccalaureate degree. 84 of those credits are transferred from coursework completed in prior nursing education. The MCCN program offers the remaining 44 credits to complete the degree.

2. How long will it take to complete the program?

There are three schedules offered:

  1. Full time – complete the program in 4 semesters or 1 year, 4 months
  2. Part time A – complete the program in 5 semesters or 1 year, 8 months
  3. Part time B – complete the program in 7 semesters or 2 years, 4 months

3. What are the admission requirements?

The RN student must have a current, unencumbered state license. No nursing proficiency or placement exams are required for admission. The applicant must have completed 32 semester credit hours in nursing, 52 semester credit hours in general education courses, and a minimum 2.0 GPA in prior coursework.

4. What are other requirements of the program?

  • Students must complete an online orientation program prior to starting the first course to maximize their opportunity for success in an online study environment

5. Is tuition assistance available?

Check with your respective Human Resources Department for further information related to specific tuition assistance benefits from your institution.

Federal aid (loans and grants) is available from the College for eligible students. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online to initiate the federal aid process.

6. How and when do I apply?

Students are admitted before each semester, three times a year. Applications must be submitted online 6 weeks prior to the start of a semester and must be accompanied by a $30 application fee. Applications must be accompanied by college transcripts for all post-secondary coursework.

7. Whom should I contact for more information?

Visit www.mccn.edu/MyRN2BSN or contact:

Peggy Shaw, MSN/ED, BSN, RN
Program Admissions Advisor
614-234-1176
pshaw@mccn.edu

Therese Snively, PhD, RN
Program Advisor
614-234-3362
tsnively@mccn.edu

Jami Nininger, MSN, RN
Assistant Dean, Distance Education
614-234-1777
jnininger@mccn.edu

Thank you for your interest in Mount Carmel College of Nursing's Online RN-BSN Completion Program. You may stop and save the information on your online application any time before you submit it for processing. We recommend that you print these instructions for future reference.

To complete your application to Mount Carmel College of Nursing’s Online RN-BSN Completion Program, be sure to mail the following to Peggy Shaw, Admissions Advisor, at the address as listed below.

  1. Official College Transcript(s) from all institutions attended - Please send only official transcripts, sealed in the envelope as they were by the issuing college or university.
  2. Evaluations are required if you attended a college/university outside of the United States of America. Anyone of the following National Association of Credential Evaluation Services can be used for international transcript evaluation:
  3. If applicable, Copy of Visa or Permanent Resident Card - MCCN is not able to assist students whose Visa requires I-20 documentation. MCCN is not an I-20 granting institution.

Peggy Shaw, MSN/ED, RN
RN-BSN Admissions Advisor
Mount Carmel College of Nursing
127 South Davis Avenue
Columbus, OH 43222

NOTE: To ensure timely processing of your application, you must submit the $30.00 Application Fee using our secure online payment system.

The entire application package, including all academic transcripts and fees, must be submitted by the deadline date. Upcoming deadline dates:

  • Fall Session 2016 deadline to apply June 20, 2016
  • Spring Session 2017 deadline to apply Nov. 7, 2016
  • Summer Session 2017 deadline to apply March 13, 2017
  • Fall Session 2017 deadline to apply June 19, 2017

After your application package is complete it will be evaluated. You will be notified promptly after an admission decision has been made.

Click here to begin application.

A leader in nursing education for more than a century, Mount Carmel offers an evidence-based and flexible online Bachelor of Science program designed by expert faculty—all to fit the busy lifestyles and schedules of licensed registered nurses. With full accreditation and a student-first focus, Mount Carmel College of Nursing is committed to advancing nursing careers to meet the critical demands of today’s healthcare environments.

1. How many credits are required for graduation?

128 semester credits are required for the baccalaureate degree. 84 of those credits are transferred from coursework completed in prior nursing education. The MCCN program offers the remaining 44 credits to complete the degree.

2. How long will it take to complete the program?

There are three schedules offered:

  1. Full time – complete the program in 4 semesters or 1 year, 4 months
  2. Part time A – complete the program in 5 semesters or 1 year, 8 months
  3. Part time B – complete the program in 7 semesters or 2 years, 4 months

3. What are the admission requirements?

The RN student must have a current, unencumbered state license. No nursing proficiency or placement exams are required for admission. The applicant must have completed 32 semester credit hours in nursing, 52 semester credit hours in general education courses, and a minimum 2.0 GPA in prior coursework.

4. What are other requirements of the program?

  • Students must complete an online orientation program prior to starting the first course to maximize their opportunity for success in an online study environment

5. Is tuition assistance available?

Check with your respective Human Resources Department for further information related to specific tuition assistance benefits from your institution.

Federal aid (loans and grants) is available from the College for eligible students. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online to initiate the federal aid process.

6. How and when do I apply?

Students are admitted before each semester, three times a year. Applications must be submitted online 6 weeks prior to the start of a semester and must be accompanied by a $30 application fee. Applications must be accompanied by college transcripts for all post-secondary coursework.

7. Whom should I contact for more information?

Visit www.mccn.edu/MyRN2BSN or contact:

Peggy Shaw, MSN/ED, BSN, RN
Program Admissions Advisor
614-234-1176
pshaw@mccn.edu

Therese Snively, PhD, RN
Program Advisor
614-234-3362
tsnively@mccn.edu

Jami Nininger, MSN, RN
Assistant Dean, Distance Education
614-234-1777
jnininger@mccn.edu

A leader in nursing education for more than a century, Mount Carmel offers an evidence-based and flexible online Bachelor of Science program designed by expert faculty—all to fit the busy lifestyles and schedules of licensed registered nurses. With full accreditation and a student-first focus, Mount Carmel College of Nursing is committed to advancing nursing careers to meet the critical demands of today’s healthcare environments.

1. As a nursing student at CSCC, am I guaranteed a spot in MCCN's Online RN-BSN Completion Program?

Mount Carmel College of Nursing guarantees admission into the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Online RN-BSN Completion Program to graduates of Columbus State Community College’s Associate Degree in Nursing Program who hold an unrestricted RN license to practice nursing in Ohio and who have successfully completed 52 semester credits of general education and 32 semester credits of nursing coursework at the college level.

2. When do I need to contact MCCN?

Columbus State nursing students are encouraged to connect with Mount Carmel (614-234-1176 or MyRN2BSN@mccn.edu) once admitted to the Columbus State Nursing Program. Mount Carmel encourages students to complete the admission application during the third semester (Autumn) of enrollment at CSCC.

3. What is the pathway from CSCC to MCCN graduation?

Upon completion of the Associate Degree in Nursing (105 quarter hours or 73 semester hours) from CSCC and acceptance to Mount Carmel College of Nursing, students will have the opportunity to take additional general education coursework (‘bridge courses’) at Columbus State toward their BSN from Mount Carmel College of Nursing. Bridge courses are taken during the summer following CSCC graduation while the student is waiting to sit for the NCLEX-RN Exam. It is understood that most CSCC graduates will have additional general education semester credits to meet the MCCN admission requirement of 52 general education semester credits. CSCC graduates with less than 52 semester credits should consult with the Online RN-BSN Completion Program Admission Advisor.

Pathway (Financial Aid awarded by Columbus State)

  1. Admitted to the CSCC Nursing Program.
  2. Contact MCCN to share intent to transfer.
  3. Graduate from CSCC with ADN.

Pathway (Financial Aid awarded by MCCN)

  1. Take bridge courses/summer classes at CSCC and pass the NCLEX RN.
  2. Admitted to the MCCN RN to BSN Program
  3. Graduate from MCCN with BSN

4. What are the bridge courses?

Bridge courses will include HUM 1100, HUM 1270, STAT 1350, and PHIL 1130 at CSCC. The student will decide how many of these four bridge courses he/she will take during the summer.

Financial aid (if needed) for bridge courses will be awarded by Mount Carmel College of Nursing, as these courses are being taken toward a Bachelor Degree in Nursing at Mount Carmel. Students will be responsible for completing the Financial Aid Consortium Agreement, available from Mount Carmel.

Along with ‘bridge courses’ a student will need to complete the mandatory ‘Online Student Orientation’ (online course) at Mount Carmel College of Nursing. Successful completion is a prerequisite to enrolling in the Online RN-BSN Completion Program at Mount Carmel College of Nursing.

MCCN Course CSCC Course
HUMN 430
Applied Humanities (4CR)
HUM 1100
Introduction to Humanities (3CR)
HUMN 425
Religion & Spirituality (3CR)
HUM 1270
Comparative Religions (3CR)
HLTH 320
Health Statistics (3CR)
STAT 1350
Elementary Statistics (3CR)
HUMN 420
Ethical Issues (3CR)
PHIL 1130
Ethics (3CR)
MCCN = 13 semester credits CSCC = 12 semester credits

5. How long will it take me to complete my BSN?

Students will then complete a minimum of 30 semester credits in Nursing coursework and 4 semester credits in General Education coursework (depending on the number of bridge courses completed) at Mount Carmel College of Nursing, to complete a total of 128 semester hours required for a Bachelor Degree in Nursing. Completion options include:

  • Plan 1 – completing the program in 3 semesters (1 year)
  • Plan 2 – completing the program in 4 semesters (1 year, 4 months)

6. Whom should I contact for more information?

Visit www.mccn.edu/MyRN2BSN or contact:

Peggy Shaw, MSN/ED, BSN, RN
Program Admissions Advisor
614-234-1176
pshaw@mccn.edu

Therese Snively, PhD, RN
Program Advisor
614-234-3362
tsnively@mccn.edu

Jami Nininger, MSN, RN
Assistant Dean, Distance Education
614-234-1777
jnininger@mccn.edu

Trinity Health

A leader in nursing education for more than a century, Mount Carmel offers an evidence-based and flexible online Bachelor of Science program designed by expert faculty—all to fit the busy lifestyles and schedules of licensed registered nurses. With full accreditation and a student-first focus, Mount Carmel College of Nursing is committed to advancing nursing careers to meet the critical demands of today’s healthcare environments.

1. How many credits are required for graduation?

128 semester credits are required for the baccalaureate degree. 84 of those credits are transferred from coursework completed in prior nursing education. The MCCN program offers the remaining 44 credits to complete the degree.

2. How long will it take to complete the program?

There are three schedules offered:

  • Full time – complete the program in 4 semesters or 1 year, 4 months
  • Part time A – complete the program in 5 semesters or 1 year, 8 months
  • Part time B – complete the program in 7 semesters or 2 years, 4 months (This schedule is not an option for Trinity Scholarship recipients who must graduate within 2 years.)

3. What are the admission requirements?

The RN student must have a current, unencumbered state license. No nursing proficiency or placement exams are required for admission. The applicant must have completed 32 semester credit hours in nursing, 52 semester credit hours in general education courses, and a minimum 2.0 GPA in prior coursework.

4. What are other requirements of the program?

  • Students must complete an online orientation program prior to starting the first course to maximize their opportunity for success in an online study environment

5. Is tuition assistance available?

Trinity Health nurses may compete for a Trinity scholarship for RN-BSN completion, if their individual member organization participates in the scholarship program. Check with your respective Human Resources Department for further information related to specific tuition assistance benefits from your institution.

Federal aid (loans and grants) is available from the College for eligible students. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online to initiate the federal aid process.

For Trinity nurses, tuition will remain fixed throughout the length of the program from the time of admission.

6. How and when do I apply?

Students are admitted before each semester, three times a year. Applications must be submitted online 6 weeks prior to the start of a semester and must be accompanied by a $30 application fee. Applications must be accompanied by college transcripts for all post-secondary coursework.

7. Whom should I contact for more information?

Visit www.mccn.edu/MyRN2BSN or contact:

Peggy Shaw, MSN/ED, BSN, RN
Program Admissions Advisor
614-234-1176
pshaw@mccn.edu

Therese Snively, PhD, RN
Program Advisor
614-234-3362
tsnively@mccn.edu

Jami Nininger, MSN, RN
Assistant Dean, Distance Education
614-234-1777
jnininger@mccn.edu