Rasmussen University North Orlando Campus

Rasmussen University North Orlando Campus

Welcome to the Rasmussen University North Orlando campus! This campus is in Altamonte Springs, a northern suburb of Orlando—15 minutes from downtown Orlando. Visible and easily accessible from Interstate 4, it’s simple to get to the campus from downtown Orlando or any of the surrounding suburbs, and parking is free.

Whether you choose an on-campus program or online program, you’ll have a home base of support from the North Orlando’s campus services. With 50+ career-focused programs in Nursing, Business, Technology, Health Sciences, Justice Studies, Human Services, Education and Design, you can gain the skills and confidence to prepare for your next career move.

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Clinical practice lab in Rasmussen University North Orlando location.
Clinical practice settings in Rasmussen University North Orlando.
On-campus study spaces at the Rasmussen University North Orlando location.

In-Person Programs at the North Orlando Campus

The North Orlando campus opened to the public in November 2018. This new campus will better service Health Sciences and Nursing students and prepare them for working in today’s complex healthcare environments. Rasmussen University is dedicated to quality education and training capable healthcare professionals to help manage Florida’s demand.

  • Professional Nursing (ADN/RN)
    • On-campus and online classes
    • Field experience
    • Self-directed assessments (optional)

    Whether you’re just entering the nursing field or advancing from an LPN to RN, our ACEN-accredited Professional Nursing program4 will help you prepare to become a registered nurse (RN). Practice your skills with hands-on training in the campus nursing lab and confidently sit for your NCLEX-RN®1 exam. You’ll also participate in on-site clinicals to know what it’s like to be an RN.

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  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
    • On-campus and online classes
    • Field experience
    • Self-directed assessments (optional)

    This CCNE-accredited2 program is designed to help every nurse at every level earn their BSN degree. Practice your skills in an immersive, up-to-date facility and small class sizes to give you the support you need. Choose your entry track based on your experience:

    • BSN Standard Degree: for those without a degree
    • BSN Accelerated Second Degree: for those with a Bachelor’s degree who want a career change into nursing

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Online Programs at the North Orlando Campus

These programs are available to Florida students, but classes don’t require any on-campus attendance. For any programs that require field experience or in-person practicums, we’ll help you find the right placement.

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Campus Info

North Orlando

385 Douglas Avenue
Suite 1000
Altamonte Springs, Florida 32714
M–TH: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
F: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
SA: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
SU: Closed

Useful Reading for Rasmussen University Students

Charles Ensminger

"I genuinely believe in giving back to the community. It’s important to use our resources and skills to empower others and help make a positive difference in the world."

Dr. Charles Ensminger
North Orlando Campus Executive Director

North Orlando Campus in Local Communities

By setting students up for success, the North Orlando campus is bettering the community. We host fun events to bring prospective and current students to the area and get to know nearby communities, including our annual volunteer day.

The school has also partnered with the Mental Health Association of Central Florida. They raised awareness for the organization’s vital services by walking with the organization’s representatives in the City of Orlando’s Veterans Day Parade.

Orlando campus building

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Higher Learning Commission

Rasmussen University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org), an institutional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

Additional accreditation details

Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)

The associate nursing program at Rasmussen University at the Ocala campus (with an off-campus instructional site in North Orlando) located in Ocala, Florida, is accredited by the:

Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)
3390 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 1400
Atlanta, GA 30326

The most recent accreditation decision made by the ACEN Board of Commissioners for the associate nursing program is Continuing Accreditation.

View the public information disclosed by the ACEN regarding this program at

More information about the ACEN

Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)

The baccalaureate degree program in nursing, master's degree program in nursing, post-graduate APRN certificate program and Doctor of Nursing Practice at Rasmussen University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.

Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
655 K Street, NW, Suite 750
Washington, DC 20001

More information about the CCNE

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is Rasmussen Orlando campus accredited in Florida?

    Rasmussen University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org), an institutional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

    Ocala campus (with an off-campus instructional site in North Orlando), located in Ocala, Florida, is accredited by the ACEN. The most recent accreditation decision made by the ACEN Board of Commissioners for this associate nursing program is Continuing Accreditation.

    Check out the Accreditation section to learn more about the specific Orlando campus, or view additional accreditation details for all Rasmussen University programs.

  • What are the requirements to get into Rasmussen University?

    Entrance requirements vary by program and type of student, such as first-time, transfer, nursing or military students. Visit our Admissions page for specific steps toward enrollment and set yourself up for success.

    Or contact an admissions advisor to start your online application. With no application fee for many programs, you can fill out your basic information online in minutes. Plus, 67% of our program requirement may be completed through transfer credits or prior training.3

  • What are the locations of Rasmussen campuses in Florida?

    Rasmussen University has a total of five campus locations in Florida:

  • What TEAS score do you need for Rasmussen University?

    Students need to score a 62% or greater on the TEAS for the Professional Nursing (ADN/RN) program or a 72% or greater for the BSN program. Attend an online Nursing Information Session to learn more about TEAS scores.

  • Is Rasmussen University Orlando a four-year college?

    The time it takes to graduate depends on the program and student. You can choose from over 50 programs in a variety of areas of study, from Certificates and Diplomas to Associate’s, Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degrees.

    Plus, many of our online programs feature Empowered Learning® courses which allow you to go faster when you can and slower when you need to.

  • What resources and support services are available?

    The North Orlando’s campus services feature excellent facilities in a cozy space—including classrooms, a computer lab and a learning and collaboration space. This campus also houses simulation equipment in the campus’ four labs for health sciences students.

    Though the space is great, the people are what make the campus unique. Rasmussen University faculty understand the school’s culture and always put their students first. The campus is a great place to interact with the professors, get to know fellow students and knock out some homework in a supportive environment.

    Online and on-campus students also have access to career services, library and learning services, peer tutors and mentors, personal advisors and 24/7 tech support.

  • Where can I get coffee or food near the Rasmussen University North Orlando campus?

    Looking for a study spot and maybe some caffeine? Stop by or camp out at these excellent nearby options. In Altamonte Springs:

    • Allegro Coffee, located inside a Whole Foods where you can also get your shopping done, sells coffee, espresso drinks, tea, smoothies and juices
    • Foxtail Coffee specializes in roasting fresh coffee from all over the world and a welcoming atmosphere
    • Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts, Waffle House, Panera Bread


    Maybe you’re hungry after studying so much! Grab some grub to power the rest of your day at any of these nearby restaurants:

    • Crepevine—Sweet and savory crepes for a quick bite in a casual space
    • Amigo’s Original Tex-Mex—family owned cantina with comfort food and outdoor seating
    • Nonno’s Italian Restaurants—red-sauce dishes that are great for a relaxing, sit-down meal
    • Tibby’s New Orleans Kitchen—Colorful eatery offering classic Cajun-Creole dishes
    • The Altamonte Mall—1.5 miles away, offering many dining and snacking options
    • Cracker Barrel, Perkins, Chick-fil-A, Five Guys and Chipotle for a quick bite to eat


  • Are there any fun places to visit near the Rasmussen University North Orlando location?

    Everyone deserves a study break! Check out these fun locales nearby Rasmussen University North Orlando:

    • Picture Show Theater—A family-friendly movie theater with value pricing
    • Cranes Roost Park—Check out this 45-acre park with cobblestone walkways and amphitheater
    • Orlando Science Center—Your family will love the hands-on exhibits and planetarium shoes, plus giant-screen and 3D films
    • Lake Eola Park—Popular spot for walking, special events and renting swan-shaped paddleboats


  • Is it Rasmussen College or Rasmussen University?

    Rasmussen College opened in 1900 as a higher education business school in St. Paul, Minnesota. In 2020, Rasmussen College became Rasmussen University to better represent Rasmussen students and graduates. Our dedication to higher education, affordable cost, relevant research and technology, leadership skills and more remains the same.

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