UW-Green Bay’s newest nursing program is the traditional (four year) BSN program. Started in 2019, the program has adopted an innovative concept-based nursing curriculum.
The first class of prelicensure students (33) will graduate in May and enter the workforce. After the first smaller cohort, 48 students have been admitted as sophomores each year.
Nursing students bring diverse backgrounds and experiences to the program. Students enrolled in the traditional BSN program, for example, are 20 percent students of color, 34 percent PELL eligible, and 50 percent self-identify as first-generation.
UW-Green Bay Nursing Enrollment Fall 2022
128: Prelicensure BSN
183: RN-BSN Completion
4: Graduate Leadership Certificate
31: Master of Science in Nursing
Thanks to our generous community and alumni, nursing scholarship support is on the rise. This is critical as more than 83 percent of UW-Green Bay students have financial need. Our students are grateful for the help and encouragement.
Director of Nursing Programs and Chair of Nursing and Health Studies Department