When you choose nursing at UW-Stevens Point, you will find a path to your BSN that is cost-effective, flexible and supportive. Students can pursue nursing or RN to BSN completion for those with an Associate Degree in Nursing in progress. Pre-nursing students start classes at UWSP, transition to the local technical college for four semesters of RN classes then finish their BSN degree with UW-Stevens Point.
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The nursing partnership program offers an opportunity for high school graduates to earn both an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing (BSN) through the collaborative programs of UW-Stevens Point, Mid-State Technical College (Stevens Point, Wisconsin Rapids and Marshfield), Northcentral Technical College (Wausau) and Nicolet College (Rhinelander).
This program provides an efficient and affordable path to becoming a Registered Nurse (RN) in Central Wisconsin. For students beginning at UWSP, the program provides a competitive application process for UWSP students to gain entrance into a partner’s ADN program at Mid-State, NTC or Nicolet. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee selection via the competitive application process. Priority for selection is given to students that have: (1) successfully completed pre-nursing and general education requirements, (2) greater credit hours with UWSP, and (3) a higher cumulative GPA. Students may be selected for placement in the ADN program at any of our three partner institutions: Mid-State, NTC or Nicolet.
Upon completion of the ADN, students then complete the RN to BSN Completion program with UWSP.
Jeff ChristensenAcademic Adviser; Recruitment and Student Success Specialist Jeff supports the advising and recruitment efforts in the School of Health Sciences and Wellness at UW-Stevens Point. Email: email@example.com Phone: 715-346-2603
Laura LitzerStudent Success Adviser Laura provides advising services to students in School of Health, focusing on nursing programs at Northcentral Technical College.Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 715-803-1491