Are you on the hunt for a good summer read? Look no further! If you're one of the many customers working toward an advanced nursing degree with help from The College Network, I have just the reading list for you! This summer, escape from your studies for a bit and get lost in a novel that features nursing in a different... Continue +
The College Network (TCN) has partnered with State University of New York (SUNY) Empire State College to bring customers a variety of new educational opportunities. SUNY Empire State College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and offers TCN customers the ability to complete several... Continue +
Academic Support is frequently called upon to explain customers' course analyses results and the course analysis process in general. Therefore, we thought it would be beneficial to our entire customer base to share some insights and place some context around the process. Step 1  Once your records have been made available... Continue +
It's still early, but the year 2014 has already been a big success for The College Network's Chief Information Officer Ryan Sallee and his entire Information Technology (IT)  team. Sallee and The College Network (TCN) were recently honored with a CIO Impact Award, an annual honor given to CIOs nationwide for outstanding... Continue +
The start of a new year is a great time to reevaluate your career and educational goals. If your goal is to start working as a licensed registered nurse (RN) this year, you'll need to pass the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). According to the National Council of State Boards of Nursing... Continue +
2013 has officially come to a close. And now everyone is preparing for the first big celebration of 2014. That's right, January 3rd is National Fruitcake Toss Day. The first fruitcake toss day was in 1995 in Manitou Springs, Colorado where contestants took turns heaving a two-pound fruitcake as far as they could. Distances... Continue +
The cold and flu season is officially upon us, which means fevers, sore throats, coughs, and stuffy noses are running rampant. And no matter how desperately we try to avoid the sicknesses that lurk around our schools, offices, and neighborhoods, many of us will fall victim at some point. These types of annual... Continue +
Spring officially arrived on March 20, ushering in what some may say is truly the most wonderful time of the year. With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season a distant memory, it's time for the scrape and scrub of the spring cleaning season! If you're anything like me, you love the sweet satisfaction that comes... Continue +
We are officially in the holiday season. It's a time that most of us look forward to seeing our family and friends, while enjoying the feeling of contentment we get from being around those we love. But it can also be really stressful. We try to manage our work, our shopping, our studying, our volunteering, our... Continue +
Summer Days
So it's mid June and Summer is officially in motion. If not already out, children will soon be leaving class for the summer and heading home to terrorize and occupy all of their parent's time. It's hard to believe that even as busy as you already were, you now may have to devote even more time to watching children while they're... Continue +
Enrolling customers in online degree programs from top universities has never been easier.  A lot of folks I work with always wonder what we can do with any previous college credit they have, and if we need their transcripts to enroll them in the program. The good news is at The College Network we will pull your... Continue +
Most of you have heard that the Super Bowl will be in Indianapolis this year.  The city is buzzing with excitement and there is such a feeling of anticipation.  There are even live countdown clocks in numerous locations to remind everyone of when it will start.Now, this didn't come together overnight.  Indianapolis was awarded... Continue +
Medical News Today reports a 4,000 nurse strike will soon take place in California if proposed cuts to coverage are not eliminated.  The nurses' motivations are twofold: keeping standards of patient care high, and protecting their own benefits, both of which they feel are at risk.Here at the official College Network Nursing... Continue +
Nursing FAQs
As a Program Advisor at The College Network, answering questions about all of our programs is basically what I do all day long.  I want to take this time to cover a couple of the frequently asked questions about our top online nursing programs.Do you need my transcripts before enrolling?No.  We actually will pull those for you... Continue +
Enhanced Learning Modules
Did you purchase the Life Span Developmental Psychology module? Have you checked your email recently?No...Well, you better go check it.Just recently The College Network has started to release brand new, “enhanced” versions of our Comprehensive Learning Modules. These enhanced learning modules offer you more.The modules now have... Continue +
It's officially here...fall! Cool, crisp air. Beautiful warm colors in nature. And, cold and flu season. Yep, it's that time once again where we get to endure the pleasure of sniffles, coughing, sore throats and the list goes on and on.As a nurse, you are far more susceptible to getting sick because of the environments you... Continue +
THE COLLEGE NETWORK IS NOW OFFERING ANCC ACCREDITED CONTINUING NURSING EDUCATION The College Network has officially begun offering three continuing education courses for nurses that provide valuable contact hours upon successful completion.Indianapolis, Ind. – Aug 31, 2011 – The College Network is accredited by the American... Continue +
My Name is Maykel Verdecia Alonso. I studied registered nursing in Cuba for 5 years (from 1996 to 2001). Before taking the national state licensing exam, I legally migrated to the United States as a refugee. The reason why I did not take the national licensing exam in Cuba was because I was afraid that I was not going to be able... Continue +
Presidents from 71 colleges and universities have made public pledges to increase their commitments to the quality of their teaching and ensure that learning outcomes are met. These institutions, which range from community colleges to public universities to private universities to for-profit universities, have formed the  New... Continue +
Dana Mills had experience with web-based learning before beginning her Certificate in Project Management from Boston University Corporate Education Center. “I found it to be pretty easy since I’d done it once before,” she said. “Overall I would rate my experience as a solid eight.”Dana worked in the project management field... Continue +
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