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Helene Loeb

Helene Loeb, BSHS
"Thomas Edison really prepared me to become a leader and interact as well as instruct and support the nurses that are out on the unit..."
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Dorothy Withers

Dorothy Withers, BSN
"When I finished my BSN, I felt like I had achieved another level of understanding..."
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Gary Fassler

Gary Fassler, BSN
"I graduated from nursing school when I was 50, so it's never too late to change and to advance..."
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Leslie Beck

Leslie Beck, BSN
"I chose the College because it afforded me that wonderful flexibility...The College made it a realistic goal..."
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Daniel Burfeind

Daniel Burfeind, BSN
"Thomas Edison, first of all, is an excellent nursing program. The professors and all the mentors are..."
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Theresa Covello

Theresa Covello, BSN
"I have four children and now two grandchildren and I worked, so my life was always..."
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Sudesh Chhibbar, BSN
"Online courses are very helpful for busy nurses because we don't have to leave our home."
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How to Get Started

Visit the W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing website and explore our programs. If you would like to speak with an admissions counselor, please contact us toll free at (888) 442-8372 or via e-mail at [email protected].

To apply to the nursing degree or certificate program, complete the online application, following the instructions. Step five of the online application will ask, "Are you employed by or affiliated with a Thomas Edison State College partnership program?" Select "Yes" for this question and then choose your employer or affiliation from the drop down menu.

If you need additional assistance, please contact:

L. Dawn McCall RN, MSN, DNP
Undergraduate Programs
[email protected]

Amy Glasofer, RN, MSN
Graduate Programs
[email protected]

After your application is received and processed, you will receive an acceptance letter from the College. At that time, you should register for courses.

 

"Every undergraduate course stressed the importance of integrating technology into the healthcare arena. In embarking on my graduate courses - and particularly the Nurse Education track - the mentors, discussion boards and written assignments stressed the importance of finding innovative ways to capture active learning. Patient simulation is a teaching strategy that does that and much more. My experiences at Thomas Edison State College provided me with the tools to grow in my personal and professional life."

Leslie Foran-Lee, RN, PCCN
BSN ’10 and MSN-ED ’13
Advanced Clinical Educator/
Continuing Education and Simulation
Virtua

 

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