Bellin College was founded in 1909 and has grown to become one of Wisconsin’s premier private Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree granting colleges. The College takes great pride in its commitment to academic excellence and strong clinical preparation that each undergraduate student receives. Our outstanding faculty, small class sizes, and state of the art technology contribute to a successful academic experience. Our success in expertly preparing each student to become a professional nurse is demonstrated by the level of performance and job placement of our graduates. Bellin College’s focused nursing curriculum, extensive clinical sites, and personal approach to teaching offer each student a quality, valuable, hands-on education.
The BSN degree requires a minimum of 128 credits for graduation. Nursing courses are offered at Bellin College and general education courses are taken concurrently with nursing courses starting with the first semester of enrollment.
Bellin College offers select general education courses, however; general education courses are accepted from accredited two or four year institutions, such as the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (UWGB) or St. Norbert College (SNC). Bellin College, in addition, has agreements with College of Menominee Nation, and Silver Lake College.
Bellin College offers three options to achieve a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Click on the program options below to find out more information:Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Our graduates consistently meet or exceed the national average pass rate for the NCLEX State Board Licensing Examination.