Finlandia University has earned re-accreditation for the school’s nursing program. Finlandia received their re-accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. Finlandia University offers two tracks for education in nursing, through their Bachelor of Science in nursing degree and an online RN-BSN program. The university’s renewal will last for 10 years, until 2032. Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of the College of Health Sciences, Dr. Fredi de Yampert says, the schools’ accreditation upholds the public’s confidence in their ability to provide quality education. Finlandia University faculty work hard to prepare students to work in healthcare at a high level. The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education spoke highly of the university’s program, and was pleased to hear Finlandia students took on roles in the front lines during the height of the covid-19 pandemic. Recently Finlandia University received a 220,000 dollar grant from the Towsley Foundation, to help further upgrade Hirvonen Hall with state of the art heath care education resources.