As part of UWM’s long-term strategic planning, several UWM schools and colleges are being realigned. The process is underway and will be effective July 1, 2023.
Learn more about how the realignment will impact the College of Nursing.
Three students at the first White Coat Ceremony posing with Chancellor Mone

Across southeastern Wisconsin, UWM’s College of Nursing is valued for its ability to prepare nursing students to be science-based, compassionate nurse leaders and peacebuilders through innovative, quality educational programs.

Preparing entry-level nursing professionals is only the beginning of our commitment to meeting the needs of diverse, in-demand nursing professions. From pediatrics to geriatrics, community clinics to pharmaceutical labs, our faculty conduct research and scholarship that advances science to create healthier communities. However, they don’t do this alone. The college recruits students from first-year to online PhD candidates, nursing administrators to clinical nurse specialists, for research and clinical practice opportunities that prepare graduates at every practice level to transform health care delivery and policy.

Student Services

Fax: 414-229-5554
Cunningham Hall
Room 135

Mailing Address
UWM College of Nursing Student Services
CUN 135
PO BOX 413
Milwaukee WI 53201

Physical Address
1921 E. Hartford Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53211

UW-Milwaukee College of Nursing invites students to explore more about the variety of programs we offer, from a traditional BS in nursing to programs in sustainable peacebuilding and graduate nursing options.
Future Students Learn More
UWM’s College of Nursing students have access to an array of resources that include our study center, student organizations, academic enrichment center and much more.
Current Students Learn More
160+Clinical Partners
1,200Undergraduate Students
300Graduate Students
$500,000Nursing Scholarships