Austin Community College District (ACC) partners with the Black Men’s Health Clinic (BMHC) to provide essential clinical training for students to complete their Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree.
About the Partnership With BMHC
The partnership will allow ACC’s RN-to-BSN students to engage in hands-on clinical experiences to complete their degree. Additionally, through BMHC’s care coordination and navigation model, students will integrate college classroom education with hands-on cultural engagement to meet the ongoing and growing demand for more personable healthcare services.
BMHC recently expanded in Pflugerville through a partnership with Abundant Life Church and other locations. ACC students living within or attending classes near BMHC locations can fulfill their clinical requirements by engaging directly with the communities closest to home.
About ACC’s RN-to-BSN Program
ACC’s RN-to-BSN program offers an affordable, high-quality path to advanced nursing careers. This program emphasizes health policy, community and public health, research, evidence-based nursing, and leadership and management skills.
For flexibility, the program provides both full-time and part-time options. The full-time track allows completion in three semesters, while the part-time route extends the program to a comfortable five semesters. Both tracks are offered on-campus, hybrid, and online options to meet all student demands and requests.
For more information about the program and to apply, visit austincc.edu/bsn.
ACC’s 2024 Health Science Open House
The college hosts its annual Health Science Open House for students and the community to explore its programs and find rewarding careers.
DATE: Saturday, February 24
TIME: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
LOCATION: ACC Eastview Campus, 3401 Webberville Rd.
Guests will visit innovative labs, explore simulation technology, speak with faculty and students, view live demonstrations, and learn how to get started.
The event is free and open to the public. Registration is encouraged but not required.
To learn more and register for the event, visit austincc.edu/healthcareers.