Nursing at the University of Vermont

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Established in 1791 as the fifth college in New England, the University of Vermont embodies the best attributes of both a public and private education institution. While providing strong liberal arts foundation, UVM strives to be a premier research university with a strong commitment to public service. Its seven schools and colleges offer over 100 bachelor’s degree programs in addition to nearly 50 master’s and doctoral programs, including undergraduate and graduate degrees in nursing. The UVM acronym stands for “Universitas Viridis Montis,” Latin for “University of the Green Mountains.”

The University of Vermont At a glance

13,554

Students

44%:56%

Male: Female

public

Institution Type

None

Religious Affiliation

city

Campus Setting

Nursing at The University of Vermont

100%

NCLEX Pass Rate

CCNE

Accreditation

$22,500-$50,2400

Tuition

Nursing Programs offered

    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing
    • RN to BSN Program
    • Master of Science in Nursing
    • Master's Entry Program in Nursing (MEPN)
    • Post-Master's Certificate Program

Location