School of Nursing
Let us help you chart your nursing career.
Whether you’re just starting to research a career in nursing or looking to advance the one you have, you’ve just taken an important first step.
Rasmussen College School of Nursing offers reputable, fast-paced, on-campus nursing programs designed to get you into the field quickly with a strong foundation of real-world experience. Or, if you're already a registered nurse, you can take the next step toward leadership with a fully online nursing degree.
With a growing network of nurse faculty, active nursing students and nursing alumni, we know what it takes to launch and advance a successful nursing career. That’s why we strive to offer programs that fit where you are in life. And, with four start dates throughout the year and no wait lists on many of our campuses, you can start or advance your career sooner.
We’ve designed our support services to continue throughout your program. You’ll receive customized guidance every step of the way, including a 24-hour personal support center for your academic, career, and technology questions as well as tutoring assistance and advising to help you successfully meet your nursing school requirements. Because if we could tell you one thing, it’s that no one becomes a nurse on their own.
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Nursing Information Sessions
Information sessions are held regularly. Find out when one is happening near you!
Recent Blog Posts
What Does a Registered Nurse Do? A Look at the Everyday Healthcare Heroes
The various benefits of being a nurse have you considering this career. But what do registered nurses do on a daily basis? Read on to get a closer look at these superheros serving in scrubs.
30 Nursing Blogs You Need to Read
When it comes to nursing, there are a ton of great blog options that are filled with all kinds of helpful information. We compiled 24 of our favorite blogs with topics ranging from fun nursing blogs to helpful nursing student blogs to blogs that offer career tips for nurses.
The 9 Types of Patients You'll Care for as a Nurse
Where would you be without this colorful cast of characters to care for? Keep reading to see how many of these types of patients you—and just about any nurse—will have treated throughout your career.