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2019 PNANJ Scholarship Awarded to Online MSN Student

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Advance Your Nursing Career Goals: Scholarships Available for Fully Online MSN

School of Nursing tuition scholarship assists Spring 2020 newly enrolled Online MSN students pay for their first course.

Del Russo was the primary designer of the first online program at Montclair State in 2008. Annabel Reyes | The Montclarion

Child Advocacy and Policy Professor Brings Real-World Experience Online

Department of Social Work and Child Advocacy professor, Joseph Del Russo, is an attorney and former Chief Assistant Prosecutor of the Special Victims Unit in the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office.

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Tuition Scholarship for Advanced Practice RNs Extended to Spring

Montclair State’s Online MSN helps meet the state’s critical nurse preparation needs

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Reduced Tuition Announced for Online MSN

Start your MSN this fall and receive a $2,100 tuition scholarship*

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Information Session with Program Coordinators from the Educational Leadership Master’s Program

View our on-demand information session to learn more about the flexible options available to help you achieve your career goals.

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On-Demand Webinar: Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

View our online information session to learn more about the flexible options available to help you achieve your career goals.

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First-Ever Computer Club Hackathon Draws Crowd of Coders

New program further cements University’s reputation as innovative tech program leader.

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Information Session: Child Advocacy and Policy Certificate and Master’s Program

Join us on Thursday, April 4 at 5:30 p.m. to meet with the Child Advocacy and Policy faculty and advisors.

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Relationships Matter for Youth to Thrive!

Francie Zimmerman, senior associate at the Center for the Study of Social Policy, will share Youth Thrive strategies and tools to build protective and promotive factors to help youth overcome adversity.