Nursing Schools in Colorado
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1420 Austin Bluffs Pkwy, Colorado Springs, CO 80918 719-255-8227 (UCCS) (800) 990 - 8227
The school takes pride in offering numerous Nursing programs; from the traditional and accelerated BSN to masteral
and doctorate programs. It is also a recognized body in offering the program, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE).
13120 East 19th Avenue, Aurora, CO 80045 (303) 724 - 1812
At the University of Colorado, College of Nursing, there are a total of 700 undergraduate and graduate students. The
college started out in 1898. It continues to deliver to its promise in providing excellent academic and non-academic
background to its students. In fact, as of the 2011 rankings of graduate schools by the US News and World Report, the
college ranked 15th for the overall category and 5th for the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner specialty option.
1100 North Avenue, Grand Junction, CO 81501-3122 (970) 248 – 1020 or (800) 982 - MESA
The College of Nursing of the Mesa State College offers a career ladder model that permits their students to exit the
program, work in the field of nursing and then come back again but this time, work on the next level. Most clinical
placements are at the St. Mary’s Hospital, Community Hospital and the VA Medical Center.
Speer Blvd. and Colfax Ave., Denver, CO 80217 (303) 556 - 2400
Two specific courses are offered in this institution. The first is the Baccalaureate Registered Nurse Completion
Option (BRNCO) which caters to aspiring individuals who have graduated from an associate or diploma program and who
wish to earn the distinction of Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The other program is the Accelerated Nursing Option
(ANO) which is for individuals who wish to have a non-nursing Bachelor’s degree.
3333 Regis Boulevard Denver, Colorado 80221-1099 (303) 458 - 4126
Regis University in Colorado is the only Jesuit university that has been established in 1877. To date, more than
16,000 individuals have been recognized in this institution. The faculty and personnel are humbled by the
value-centered Jesuit education offered in the school.
Gunter Hall 3080, Box 125 Greeley, CO 80639 (970) 351 - 2293
The School of Nursing is a fully accredited institution. It is continuously recognized by the Colorado State Board of
Nursing and the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
5900 South Santa Fe Drive Littleton, CO 80120, (303) 797 – 4222
The community college takes pride in active learning and critical thinking provided by the Faculty and staff using
simulation scenarios and advanced laboratories. Students are exposed in long-term care facilities apart from
hospitals and clinics.
2401 South Main Street, Lamar, Colorado 81052 (719) 336 - 2248
At Lamar, the students are given diverse options of programs to choose from. One can choose the programs for CNA
(Certified Nurse Aide), LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse), RN (Registered Nurse) ADN (Associate Degree in Nursing) and
LPN to ADN.
3645 West 112th Avenue, Westminster, CO 80031 (303) 404 - 5000
The Larimer Campus Nursing Program has been fully approved by the Colorado State Board of Nursing. Similarly, it is
also accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission. The school offers the Associate of Applied
Science in Nursing with two pathway programs.
831 Grand Avenue, Glenwood Springs CO 81601 (800) 621 - 8559
The mission of the College is to able to promote excellence and outstanding delivery of healthcare services using
Nursing education as a tool to instill lifelong virtues through the comprehensive curriculum. The vision is aimed at
preparing the students to render competent and knowledge-based care to clients.
1802 Colorado Ave. La Junta, CO 81050 (719) 384 - 6831
The programs offered by OJC are accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission and the Colorado
Community System as well as the Colorado Board of Nursing. The criterion set by for the Colorado Nursing Articulation
Model is utilized by the professors and teachers of the said school.
5675 S. Academy Blvd. Colorado Spgs., CO 80906 USA (800) 456-6847
The institution exclusively offers the Associate of Applied Science degree which paves the way for furthering the
dreams of someone aspiring to become a Registered Nurse in the future. The program also presents training options
suitable for Nursing Assistants and Licensed Practical Nurses.
Pueblo, CO 81004-1499 (719) 549 - 3200
The Pueblo Community College offers a program in the Associate Degree in Nursing. Focus is presented on both the
theoretical and clinical aspects of the program and topics like obstetric, pediatric, psychiatric health and adult
Nursing are integrated in the curriculum.
600 Prospect, Trinidad, CO 81082 1-800-621-TSJC (8752)
At Trinidad State Junior College, students are assured that they are holistically honed with academic, technical and
cultural learning in a very diverse community. Professors and the staff are committed in introducing traditional and
radical approaches to teaching.
5401 W. 20th Street, Greeley CO 80634 (970) 339 - 6424
At Aims, the academe is devoted to instill the ten competencies to guide their students in making sure that they are
able to sit for the NCLEX-RN. Most distinct of all ten include the provision of physical and psychosocial care for
clients regardless of age, gender, race, nationality, origin and disability.
208 Edgemont Blvd. Alamosa, CO 81102 (800) 824 - 6494
The academy presents two distinct BSN track programs. The RN to BSN program and the four-year BSN course are both
nationally accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
111 N. Havana Street Aurora, CO 80010 (303) 861 – 1151
The college is located at the eastern part of downtown Denver where it is certainly a convenient and accessible
location for individuals aspiring to become members of the allied healthcare profession. What remains striking in the
college is that courses are offered in an affordable and short manner and that the students are assured of a hands-on
500 Kennedy Dr Rangely, CO 81648 1 (800) 562 - 1105
At the academe, Nursing is absolutely recognized as both an art and a science. The Nursing Program presented to
students is fully approved by the Colorado Board of Nursing. At present, the school is still working for the
accreditation by the National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission.
1765 US Highway 50, Delta, CO 81416 (970) 874-7671
The school offers the Nursing Aide program to cater to the needs of students wanting to become recognized as a
certified nurse assistant. Apart from that, the school also offers a program in Practical Nursing.
920 Barlow Rd. Fort Morgan, CO 80701 (970) 542 - 3119
The students at Morgan Community College are guided in developing their entry-level skills to work in different
healthcare settings ranging from hospital to clinics and other inpatient and outpatient environment. The school’s
Associate of Applied Science in Nursing program has been maintained as an accredited program through the Colorado
State Board of Nursing since 1991. It is also recognized by the National League of Nursing Accrediting Commission