Future Nurses of Wisconsin Grant
Future Nurses of Wisconsin
Make a difference in your community—while saving money and taking a step forward in your career—by applying for the Future Nurses of Wisconsin Grant.
$4,600 Save up to $4,600 on your program
Futures Nurses of Wisconsin Grant
With nurses in high demand, there’s never been a better time to get your Professional Nursing Degree. Rasmussen College is committed to helping address the shortage of nurses around the nation, and that’s why we’re offering the Future Nurses of Wisconsin Grant.
By enrolling full-time at Rasmussen College, you qualify to be awarded up to $4,600 toward tuition costs on your Professional Nursing Associate’s degree.
If you are considering a career in nursing, now is the time to take advantage of this opportunity to lower your tuition cost, advance your career and lend a helping hand to your community. Study online and on campus near you—the Future Nurses of Wisconsin Grant is available to all Wisconsin residents, regardless of the campus they attend.
The Future Nurses of Wisconsin Grant isn’t just great for traditional full-time students, it’s also a valuable opportunity for military students and employees of corporate allies to increase savings on their tuition.
The Rasmussen College Future Nurses of Wisconsin Grant is exclusively for new incoming students who have enrolled in a Professional Nursing Associate’s degree program and are Wisconsin residents. Wisconsin residents can receive the grant even if they are attending at a campus outside of Wisconsin. The grant is awarded by reducing the cost of tuition to $350 per credit. When applied quarterly through the minimum length of the curriculum, the grant savings total approximately $4,635. However, the grant-level of tuition credit will not be limited but will be extended each quarter the student needs to finish the program.
Fill out the form or call 888-5-RASMUSSEN to contact a program manager about the Future Nurses of Wisconsin Grant and learn all the benefits of becoming a full-time student.