Goshen College’s Center for Business and Entrepreneurial Education (CBEE) is dedicated to supporting local businesses by providing educational programs and professional development for local organizations.
Goshen College will offer an 18-month Online RN to BSN degree program starting in August 2016, providing registered nurses around the country an opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree from a top-tier nursing program while working full-time.
Jim Marks ’67, was named White Pigeon, Michigan, Citizen of the Year. Jim is a retired teacher, coach, administrator and guidance director for Westview School Corporation in Topeka, Ind., where he worked for 43 years.
The program is known for its true educational excellence at all levels, and it focuses strongly on cultural diversity in nursing care, something that makes the program quite unique.
The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) announced the Brenda Srof is among the fourth class of nursing deans and academic leaders who have successfully completed the AACN-Wharton Executive Leadership Program.
This year, 100 percent of Goshen College nursing graduates passed the National Council Licensure Exam for Registered Nurses, known as the NCLEX nursing board exam.
There’s something special about the second floor of the Wyse Building on Goshen College campus.
A new partnership between Goshen College and Glen Oaks Community College in Centreville, Michigan, will bring Goshen’s RN to BSN program to St. Joseph County, giving registered nurses a new avenue to achieve their bachelor’s degree.
Ken Hochstetler didn’t have a grand plan to come back to his hometown of Goshen.