TRIHEALTH NURSES CAN NOW ATTEND THE GSC BSN PROGRAM WITH NO OUT-OF-POCKET EXPENSES
- TriHealth will cover up to $10,000 of BSN tuition for students using the TriHealth Employer Reimbursement Program. All tuition charges above $10,000 will be waived by GSC.
- GSC will waive all program fees.
- TriHealth RNs self-paying, the BSN tuition will be charged up to $10,000. Any further BSN tuition charges over $10,000 will be waived.
Besides the Tuition Plan, the College also has implemented a BSN Book Scholarship for all BSN students. By providing a receipt to the Financial Aid office, students will receive a refund for their BSN books.
This new partnership means TriHealth RNs attending the GSC BSN program can essentially get their Bachelor’s degree for free.
For information on how you can attend the BSN program at GSC, contact Asst. Director Jason Slayton at Jason.email@example.com or 513-862-1678
WAY TO GO, WHOOT!
Our own Whoot recently battled it out in Cincinnati’s own version of Mascot Broomball. The event, sponsored by 3CDC, took place at Fountain Square.
Whoot was one of about 20 Cincinnati area mascots to take the ice and battle it out for a 30 minute Broomball match. The match ended in a 3-3 tie. Whoot had an assist on the tying Blue Team score. A few of the other mascots participating were: WhoDey, Rosie Red, Mr. Redlegs, XU’s Blue Blob, Trader Joe’s Wart, Dunkin Donuts’ Sprinkles, the Flying Pig, UC’s Bearcat, NKU’s Victor the Viking and more.
WHOOT!!! WHOOT!!! WHOOT!!!
COMMON READ AT GSC FOR 2016-2017 IS A LOOK AT THE HORRORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING
The purpose of the Common Read at GSC is to engage our diverse student population and faculty in a collective conversation that is connected to the multiple concepts that are taught at GSC. Each course and concept explores the Common Read from a different perspective encouraging students to think analytically from another’s viewpoint. The 2016-17 Common Read Book is “Girls Like Us”, an autobiography by Rachel Lloyd who was herself a victim of human trafficking. The GSC website has more information about this topic.
As part of the Common Read activities, Assistant Professor Nancy Henson, who is involved with the group End Slavery Cincinnati (ESC), will be speaking to GSC students/faculty/staff on Monday, Feb.6. The local hotline for ESC is 513-800-1863. The national number is 888-373-7888. They are both answered 24 hours/day. For information on human trafficking in the Cincinnati area, see the End Slavery Cincinnati website.
GOOD SAMARITAN GRADUATE MICHAEL MULLEN NAMED OENA EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR
Congratulations to Michael Mullen, BSN RN, CEN, SCRN, on being named Nurse Educator of the year by the Ohio Emergency Nurses Association. Michael is ED Educator, Good Samaritan Hospital and Good Samaritan Western Ridge. This award recognizes a nurse who has made significant contributions to the education of colleagues, EMS personnel, nursing students, patients, families, and/or the community through formal or informal courses, publication of articles, or the development of an emergency nursing program or curriculum.
PROF. SULLIVAN-MANN NAMED OUTSTANDING EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR!
PROF JUDY PATTERSON NAMED 2016 GSC FACULTY DAISY AWARD WINNER!
Professor Judy Patterson, GSC Nursing II instructor was voted as the 2016 Daisy Award faculty recipient.
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Read about what is happening at GSC and with our Alumni. This Fall issue also includes the college’s Annual Report. The BlueStreak is published three times per year by the GSC Alumni.
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The following are recent event photos of Good Samaritan College student and alumni activities.
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Calendar of Events
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