Welcome to the College of Nursing at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh!
“The College of Nursing will build upon its tradition of developing caring and scholarly leaders who positively impact contemporary and future health care.”
The UW Oshkosh College of Nursing is home to award-winning faculty and staff who provide hands-on learning experiences to our more than 800 nursing students. College of Nursing graduates are recognized as leaders and scholars who deliver care that is cutting edge, compassionate and culturally sensitive.
UW Oshkosh is fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and has a tradition of being a leader in higher education, with an NCLEX pass rate of 94–96 percent for first time test takers.
We have a variety of options available for our Undergraduate Program! Click here to learn more.
Our Graduate Program has several options! Want to learn more? Click here.
Certificates are a great way to enhance your knowledge and skills! Click here to find out more.
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Most college students know the struggle of balancing school and work, but perhaps none as well as Tech. Sgt. Adrian Willett. Willett is an airman in the 115th Fighter Wing of Wisconsin Air National Guard and a senior at UW Oshkosh’s College of Nursing.Read more
Faculty and Staff Profile
Assistant Dean in the College of Nursing Suzanne Marnocha has worked in the College of Nursing at UW Oshkosh for 21 years as a professor (assistant, associate and full), assistant dean, pre-licensure program director and researcher.Read more
In a quiet, rustic home near Lake Winnebago in Oshkosh, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna Jamie Bonell, of Oshkosh, has lived a life full of healthcare for as long as she can remember. At age six, Bonell would dress in her mother’s…Read more
National Survey of Student Engagement:
Freshman and Senior students on our campus will join thousand of students enrolled in four year institutions in responding to a national survey about student engagement and learning. Students will receive an email invitation to participate in the National Survey of Student Engagement on March 4th. This survey is a part of the UW System assessment activities and is an important survey in our own UW Oshkosh University Assessment Plan.The survey assesses several engagement indicators related to academic challenge, learning with peers, experiences with faculty, and campus environment. We are very interested in using results to measure the impact of several campus initiatives related to student support, retention, and curricular reform. Please encourage your freshman and senior student to take advantage of the opportunity to express their opinion about their overall learning experiences at UW Oshkosh. We will share results with the colleges to assist their future planning and accreditation efforts.
For more information about this survey, please go to click here.