UWM Announces Plans to Close Washington County Campus
Following a directive from the Universities of Wisconsin, UWM will close the UWM at Washington County campus, with a goal of completing the process by June 30, 2024.
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Become a well-prepared science-based, compassionate nurse through UWM’s innovative Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at UWM at Waukesha.

Earn your BS in Nursing affordably on a close-knit campus

  • Save money on tuition by earning your pre-nursing courses at associate degree rates. Once accepted into the professional nursing program, you will be billed at bachelor’s degree rates.
  • Students from both the Washington County and Waukesha campuses have access to active learning spaces, clinical simulation and clinical placements in Washington and Waukesha counties.
  • Enjoy small classes and one-on-one attention from exceptional faculty
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“With the size of the nursing classes, you get to know everyone really well. I’ve never had so many professors who are right there for you.”

Hannah
Nursing major ’22
Hannah, a UWM at Waukesha Nursing student working with her instructor in a simulation lab

The UWM School of Nursing curriculum is divided into two parts: pre-nursing and professional major. Students need to complete the following to apply to the professional nursing major:

  • English and math competencies
  • Prerequisite nursing courses. Upon graduation, students are ready to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) to earn licensure as a registered nurse.

The BS in Nursing curriculum provides students an opportunity to explore health care at a broad level while completing the required UWM General Education Requirements (GER) in the first two years. The final two years of the program prepare students as professional nurses through courses, clinical experiences and simulation.

Holly Radke

Academic Advisor – UWM at Waukesha

radkeh@uwm.edu
414-251-6172