MSN Alumni testimonials

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Summer Buckenmeyer

Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN)

"I dedicate my nursing career to Wheeling Jesuit University for providing me with a quality education with a focus on critical thinking skills and dedication to service. The level of education and high expectations set forth by this program since obtaining my BSN through my MSN, FNP here at Wheeling Jesuit has paved a great road to success in my career."

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Ashley Toler

Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN)

"I graduated from the Master’s program for Nursing Administration in 2016. Dr. Janet Bischof was my instructor and she was absolutely fabulous. Although this was distance learning it did not feel that way at all. She was always available by phone or email to assist me in anyway, so I felt as I was in the classroom with her. I had the pleasure of touring the beautiful campus and it was breathtaking. I then attended my graduation ceremony and the awards ceremony the evening prior where I was finally able to meet many of my classmates. It was nice to put faces with names after so many months of study."

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Jayme Wiggins

Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN)

"Overall, the quality of the educational curriculum was outstanding. WJU faculty supported me through the program by answering questions and being available for conversation (in-person and via phone) related to my studies. The MSN program at WJU never felt like an on-line program to me. The distance was never palpable. I feel that the level of personalization that I experienced due to my desire for knowledge and the passion of the faculty was intuitively aligned and the outcome was success.  I often reflect on my MSN education at WJU as one of the most fun times of my educational career. I would and have recommended this program to colleagues and will continue to do so."

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Carolyn A. Sandrick

Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN)

"I am proud to say that I am a 2013 graduate of the MSN program at WJU. My degree as an education specialist has enhanced my career in many ways. I was able to use my new knowledge to effectively teach the direct care staff at my job. Also, I am now an adjunct professor at WJU in the BSN program. I am honored to be part of this team of educators.

The MSN program is well organized and is sequenced to enhance previous courses. The professors are knowledgeable and helpful. The discussion board gave us all a chance to share the learning experience with the other students."