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The Community-Based Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) program has been offered in some form since 2005, the main goal of the program being to provide education in students’ home communities to prepare them for health care careers in those same communities.
A collaboration with Lakehead University, the program has been offered to students at a selection of our regional campuses, which include: Dryden, Lake of the Woods (Kenora), Rainy River District (Fort Frances) and Sioux Lookout. The communities and their local medical centres and long-term care facilities also provide invaluable support in advisory capacities and through clinical placements.
Learn more about the Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.
How To Apply:
- Go to: https://www.ouac.on.ca
- Create/Log In to your Account
- Under APPLICATIONS choose UNDERGRAD 101 (if you are applying directly from high school) or UNDERGRAD 105 (if you have been out of high school for at least two years)
- In the ACTION CENTRE on the right-hand side, choose BROWSE PROGRAMS
- Choose BY UNIVERSITY
- Choose LAKEHEAD
- Scroll down to: NURSING (Thunder Bay & Community-Based)
- Scroll down to: SUBJECT OF MAJOR INTEREST
- Select your campus of interest: (Dryden, Fort Frances, Kenora or Sioux Lookout)
We encourage any interested individuals who may not have the necessary pre-requisites to contact their closest Regional Campus for support to register for appropriate preparatory courses: