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Columbia College of Nursing

Columbia College of Nursing

Quick Facts

Enrollment
149
Financial aid
Percentage of students receiving aid: more than 90%
Student/faculty ratio
6:1

Columbia College of Nursing prepares exemplary, compassionate, professional nurses grounded in the liberal arts, evidence-based practice, clinical reasoning, safe patient care, and a commitment to social justice. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree is a unique “2+2” program that provides students with multiple options to earn a degree in nursing. The Master of Science in Nursing – Clinical Nurse Leader degree is a 17 month, evening program.  

 

A PERSONAL EXPERIENCE

We integrate the latest in nursing instruction with challenging clinical experiences, enabling students to meet the challenges of health care today and providing a skill set that will support them well into the future.

STUDENT BODY

Enrollment: 149
Student/faculty ratio: 6:1

GETTING IN

Admission requirements

Minimum 2.80 GPA, minimum score of 80% on HESI A2 entrance exam, ability to meet the Technical Standards for Admission and Progression in the Nursing Program
 

How AP/IB credits are handled

An individual student’s AP or IB credits may transfer to Columbia College of Nursing as determined by the institution from which the student transfers.

DEGREES AND PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Science in Nursing - Clinical Nurse Leader

FINANCIAL AID

Percentage of students receiving aid: more than 90%
Average grant/scholarship aid awarded: $5,956

FAFSA code: 041594

Tuition and fees: $28,116

President and dean

Dr. Jill Berg

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4425 North Port Washington Road
Glendale, WI 53212-1082

414.326.2330

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Columbia College of Nursing is the longest standing nursing college in Wisconsin.