two nursing students

Nursing BSN


Notification to Students

Pueblo Community College (PCC) has received notification from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) that initial accreditation for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program has been denied.  PCC is devoted to quality education and plans to reapply for accreditation status by 2022, requesting a site visit by 2023.  The BSN program offered by PCC shares a common curriculum with other Colorado Community College (CCCS) nursing programs ensuring that all completed bachelor’s level (300 and 400) nursing courses are transferable.  Current students may choose to continue with PCC’s program or transfer to another CCCS school.


Application Notice

Applications for the PCC RN to BSN Program remain open for summer and fall 2022. Apply today!

Why PCC?

The PCC Nursing faculty members are master’s- and doctorate-level nurses with years of experience across the spectrum of nursing settings.

All classes for the RN-to-BSN degree are online to accommodate the schedules of working nurses and are competitively priced compared to four-year schools. You will have up to five years to complete coursework. All PCC Nursing credits previously earned will be accepted into this program; some other transfer credits may not.

We have developed our program in tandem with other schools both in Colorado and nationwide in order to meet market need.

Robert Wright
Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program Graduate
Robert Wright

"It was nice for me to have that small class structure, to go through each course with instructors online and in-person and having a constant communication with my instructors online."

What will I learn?

The RN-to-BSN program focuses on multiple aspects of nursing, including leadership, profession trends, research, legal and ethical issues, and community health.


Award/Program Credits  120


Program Information

Pueblo Campus
Health Professions
Course Availability
Program Start