Nursing at Virginia Commonwealth University

Snapshot of Virginia Commonwealth University

As the largest urban research university in the state, Virginia Commonwealth University is at the cutting edge of educational research and technology, with a spirit of globally-minded community engagement. The university date to 1838 as the Medical College of Virginia, an extension of Hampden-Sydney College, before officially becoming an independent state university in 1854. The VCU Medical Center not only serves as a training ground for VCU nursing students, but it also provides excellent patient care through the use of cutting-edge technologies along with world-class clinical research.

Virginia Commonwealth University At a glance

32,027

Students

43%:57%

Male: Female

public

Institution Type

None

Religious Affiliation

city

Campus Setting

Nursing at Virginia Commonwealth University

100%

NCLEX Pass Rate

NLNAC

Accreditation

$21,200-$35,100

Tuition

Nursing Programs offered

    • Traditional BSN Program
    • Accelerated BSN Program
    • RN-BS Completion Program
    • Master of Science in Nursing
    • Post Master's Certificate Program
    • PhD
    • Post MS to PhD

Location