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NOTICE: Springfield Regional School of Nursing is no longer
accepting applications for the nursing program.
 
 
Springfield Regional School of Nursing (SRSN), formerly The Community Hospital School of Nursing (CHSN), closed June 30, 2012. It was a proud affiliate of Community Mercy Health Partners (CMHP). A hospital based nursing program, SRSN offered a Diploma in Registered Nursing.
 
Springfield Regional School of Nursing has proudly served the City of Springfield, Clark County and the surrounding area since 1904. SRSN graduated its last class on May 8, 2012. The RN program has been transitioned to Clark State Community College in Springfield, Ohio.
The School received National League for Nursing Accreditation in 1953 and maintained the accreditation through 2012. Since 1970, our students have received college credits from a regionally accredited cooperating university. From 2000 to 2012, Urbana University offered general education courses on the School of Nursing campus.
 
Beginning June 1, 2012, School of Nursing transcripts are officially and legally housed with Clark State Community College (CSCC) in Springfield, Ohio. Records are housed with the CSCC Records and Registration Office, 570 East Leffel Lane, Springfield, Ohio 45505. Contact information for transcripts and education verification is 937/328-6015 and www.clarkstate.edu. To order transcripts, use the following link to the Clark State web page with transcript procedures.

Order transcripts from Clark State
 
Since it opened in 1904, more than 3,000 women and men have completed their Registered Nursing diplomas through the School of Nursing. While the name of the school has changed over the years and it has now closed, the contributions made by its graduates and faculty to the healthcare field will live on for many, many years.