Nursing at Bellin College

Bellin College

Bellin College has a long legacy of quality healthcare education. Founded in 1909 as the Deaconess Sanitarium Training School, the college offered a three-year diploma program in nursing.  The college became accredited in the state of Wisconsin in 1925 as the Bellin Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. Today, Bellin offers a four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program, and program in radiologic sciences, as well as a 15-month accelerated option. They also offer a Master of Science in Nursing program with two tracks: Family Nurse Practitioner and Nurse Educator.

Bellin College At a glance

329

Students

7%:93%

Male: Female

private

Institution Type

None

Religious Affiliation

rural

Campus Setting

Nursing at Bellin College

82.5%

NCLEX Pass Rate

HLC & CCNE

Accreditation

$979 per credit, Nursing program completion requires 64 credits

Tuition

Nursing Programs offered

    • Traditional Option
    • Radiologic Sciences
    • Sophomore Transfer Option
    • 15 Month option
    • Master of Science in Nursing

Location