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Bellin College

Quick Facts

Financial aid
Percentage of students receiving aid: 96%
Student/faculty ratio

Founded in 1909, Bellin College is one of Wisconsin’s premier private health sciences colleges specializing in nursing and medical imaging programs and is dedicated to the values of Excellence, Integrity, Community, and Caring. The Health Sciences Resource Center on campus provides state-of-the-art technology, allowing students to practice skills and participate in hands-on learning opportunities, making them more knowledgeable and confident in their careers. The small class sizes, direct program entry, personal attention, focused curriculum, and extensive clinical practice put students on the path to become future leaders in their fields and meet the demands of the rapidly changing healthcare environment.



A focused curriculum, extensive clinical practice, and dedication to the values of Excellence, Integrity, Community, and Caring help our students succeed academically and professionally.


Enrollment: 583
Student/faculty ratio: 13:1


Admission requirements

The following high school units are required for all undergraduate programs: English [4], social science [3], math [2 years of advanced math and 1 year of algebra], and sciences [1 year of biology, 1 year of chemistry, and 1 year of advanced science]. Students will be evaluated based on a satisfactory ACT composite score and GPA. Students who do not meet our direct admit criteria are encouraged to apply to our DASH Program.


How AP/IB credits are handled

AP credits are awarded for qualifying scores of 3 or higher, and IB credits for scores of 4 or higher, depending upon area of study.



Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences, Bachelor of Science in Radiation Therapy. Graduate programs include a Master of Science in Nursing and a Doctor of Science in Physical Therapy along with an Orthopaedic and Manual Physical Therapy Fellowship. Post-graduate certificates are available for family nurse practitioner and nurse educator tracks as well as for diagnostic cardiac sonography.



Percentage of students receiving aid: 96%

For institution-specific scholarships, contact: Development & Public Relations Department at 800.236.8707 or

FAFSA required. Code: 006639

Tuition and fees: $21,472


Dr. Connie J. Boerst

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3201 Eaton Road
Green Bay, WI 54311-6830


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With direct entry programs, a state-of-the-art campus, small class sizes, and multiple transfer program options, Bellin College is the perfect place to pursue your healthcare career!