Update from the Undergraduate Program

The Undergraduate Nursing Program at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh enthusiastically embraces the Institute of Medicine recommendation to increase the numbers of BSN-prepared nurses.

The program offers many opportunities for associate degree (ADN)-prepared RNs to pursue their BSN via an easy-to-use and low-cost online option called BSN@Home.

Expanded outreach options include the Janesville Soar Ahead Option (Patricia Padjen, adviser) and the UW-Stevens Point and Wausau options (Debra Allar, adviser).

Programs for ADN nurses on the lakeshore include the Sail Ahead option (Nancy Ahrens, adviser) and the Fox Valley area option (Terri Blakeslee, adviser).

In addition, the College’s ACCELerated BSN and traditional BSN graduates have had great success on the National Council Licensure Examination Registered Nurse (NCLEX-RN). NCLEX-RN scores continue to remain higher than the national mean.

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