RN to BSN Tuition Reimbursement Program

Travel Nurse Across America is proud to offer tuition reimbursement to current registered nurses who would like to earn a bachelor of science in nursing degree. Through our unique partnership with Aspen University, interested nurses can earn a BSN in as little as 12 months with classes offered completely online. And the best part? TNAA reimburses the cost of tuition once the degree is finished. There’s no more affordable way to earn your BSN!

The program is open to all TNAA travelers with an RN degree. To qualify for tuition reimbursement, travelers must have successfully completed a minimum of 52 weeks on assignment within an 18 month period or 78 weeks on assignment within a 24-month period to be eligible for tuition reimbursement.

Once the applicant is enrolled and starts their first course of the BSN program, the weeks on assignment will start to count towards the minimum goal of either 52 or 78 weeks on assignment to be eligible for reimbursement.

Once the BSN degree is complete and all TNAA requirements for reimbursement have been met, program participants should submit a TNAA tuition reimbursement form and the necessary supporting documents to BSN@nurse.tv. Reimbursements will be paid out within 45 days.

To apply, download and complete the RN to BSN registration forms. Submit the completed forms to BSN@nurse.tv. Then, visit the Aspen University BSN Program website to enroll in the program. Each applicant is responsible for enrolling in Aspen University’s program individually. Download the RN to BSN Registration Form.



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Aspen University's mission is to offer any motivated college-worthy student the opportunity to receive a high-quality, responsibly priced distance-learning education for the purpose of achieving sustainable economic and social benefits for themselves and their families. Students can pay as they go with our monthly payment plan for a little as $250.00 a month. For more information please call Ken Cook at (855) 865-3666 or email him at ken.cook@aspen.edu, or visit the Aspen University BSN Program website.