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Bellin College

Founded in 1909, Bellin College is one of Wisconsin’s premier private health sciences colleges specializing in nursing and allied health 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 hands-on and clinical practice put students on the path to becoming future leaders in their fields and meeting the demands of the rapidly changing healthcare environment.

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

Quick Facts
846 students
(622 undergraduate, 224 graduate)
Tuition & fees
Average cost after aid
$17,757 (2021-22 average)
Student/faculty ratio

Hands On Experience with Health Sciences Resource Center

Bellin College offers students hands-on learning experiences in a hospital setting using high-fidelity manikin simulators.

Bellin College Commercial 2017

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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 one year of algebra], and sciences [1 year of biology, one year of chemistry, and one year of advanced science]. Our programs are test optional. Freshman applicants are not required to submit an ACT or SAT score to be considered for admission. 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 the 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, and Bachelor of Science in Surgical Technology. Graduate programs include a Master of Science in Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice, Doctor of Physical Therapy, and 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 and diagnostic cardiac sonography.

Percentage of students receiving aid: 99%

For institution-specific scholarships, contact: Advancement & Alumni Relations at 800.236.8707 or sends e-mail).

FAFSA required. Code: 006639