Phoenix Campuses – Pre-Licensure BSN Programs
To meet the increasing demand for nurses, Aspen now operates two Pre-Licensure nursing sites in Phoenix, AZ: Elwood (Main Campus) and HonorHealth (North Phoenix Campus).
Phoenix- Elwood: Aspen University’s 19,650 sq. ft. campus location at 4615 E. Elwood St. in Phoenix, AZ supports the ground component of its BSN Pre-Licensure program for Arizona students in the Phoenix metropolitan area. The campus is in Sky Harbor Towers with easy access from State Route 143, Interstate 10, and Sky Harbor International Airport. The facility, opened after complete renovation in July 2018, contains the academic and educational services required for BSN Pre-Licensure students, faculty, and program administration.
Phoenix- HonorHealth: Aspen University’s 10,000 sq. ft. campus location at 19612 N. 23rd Ave, Phoenix AZ is embedded within the Honor Health hospital location in north Phoenix. It is easily accessible off of State Routes 17 and 101 and supports the ground component of the BSN Pre-Licensure program for Arizona students who prefer this location to the Phoenix-Elwood campus. The embedded facility, opened after complete renovation in September 2019, contains the academic and educational services required for BSN Pre-Licensure students, faculty, and program administration.
HonorHealth is a five-hospital, nonprofit system in the Scottsdale and North Phoenix area. All five hospitals have been awarded Magnet recognition status from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Consumers rely on Magnet designation as the ultimate credential for high-quality nursing.
Maricopa Integrated Health System (MIHS) is a premier public teaching hospital and academic medical center for physicians, nurses, and allied health students. MIHS provides clinical opportunities at their acute care hospital, regional burn center, federally qualified health centers, comprehensive health center and behavioral health hospitals.
Aspen also maintains clinical affiliation agreements with Banner Health, Mountain Vista Medical Center, Paradise Valley School District, Bates Foundation, Hospice of the Valley, and many others in the Phoenix metropolitan area.
I discovered Aspen University at my workplace. Aspen has a partnership with PCH, and I heard their name several times during our hospital celebration for nurses week. They were offering a scholarship during Nurses Week for RNs who wanted to achieve their BSN, and I decided to go for it and enter an application. To my surprise, I won the scholarship during Nurses Week and signed up for classes shortly after! Going back to school was always something I wanted to do, but finances were always a topic of discussion. I am incredibly grateful and appreciative for the opportunity to further my education with this scholarship
— Jaclyn Sonenschein (RN to BSN Student and Phoenix Scholarship Recipient)