Nursing Schools in Michigan
Berrien Springs, MI 49104 (800) 253 - 2874
It was in 1874 when the Andrew University established itself as an institution that seriously and sincerely caters to
aspiring individuals. As a Christian University, to this date, it continues to strike the balance between theory and
practice to ensure that the students are prepared once they set foot into the real world.
311 Everett L. Marshall Building, Ypsilanti, MI 48197 (734) 487 - 2310
A commitment to excellence in educating aspiring professional nurses encompasses the mission of the Eastern Michigan
University School of Nursing. The philosophy stems from an eclectic approach the embrace the four concepts of the
metaparadigm of Nursing: persons, health, environment and Nursing.
1750 Woodworth St NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525 (616) 364 - 8464
The program, Practical Nursing is provided to the students utilizing the striking balance between theory and clinical
skills that is required to fully equip students when exposed to the real world set-up. The students are exposed to
different healthcare facilities.
21107 Lahser Road, Southfield, MI 48033 (248) 799 - 9933
Southfield is a suburb of Detroit, and is a part of the Metro Detroit area. In the Southfield campus of Everest University,
the goal is to give students the knowledge and practical experience to help the transition into a new career with confidence.
1201 S. State Street, Big Rapids, Michigan USA - 49307 (231) 591 - 2259
Students at FSU are exposed to what is termed as individual attention because classes are conducted in small numbers.
Additionally, career-oriented majors are introduced to the students to ensure the increased in job placement. The
students also enjoy scholarships and financial aids.
601 Quincy Street, Hancock, MI 49930 (906) 487 - 7274
The mission of the college of Health Sciences in the Finlandia University is to provide the health care community with
competent, compassionate individuals. The faculties are committed to delivering professional programs dedicated to
academic excellence, spiritual growth, and service. The nursing programs in the Finlandia University are accredited
by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and approved by the Michigan State Board of Nursing.
62249 Shimmel Road, Centreville MI 49032 (269) 467 - 9945
At the heart of Michigan, Glen Oaks Community College is situated. Herein, the academe seriously works on facilitating
the acquisition of the Nursing skills of the students to move forward in the professional world of Nursing.
E 4946 Jackson Rd, Ironwood, MI 49938 (906) 932 - 4231
The Allied Health (or Health Careers) at the Gogebic Community College offers the following courses: Practical
Nursing, Part Time Practical Nursing Program, Associate Degree Nursing and (Pre) Nursing. Financial aid and off-campus
activities highlight other benefits of studying in the school.
1 Campus Dr, Allendale, MI 49401-9403 (616) 331 - 2020
The College recognizes the crucial role it plays in honing men and women to become stewards of the Nursing profession.
The programs that lead to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) are the BSN for traditional students, BSN for second
degree students and the BSN for RN Completion. In addition, Master of Science in Nursing and Doctor of Nursing
Practice is also offered in the institution.
143 Bostwick Avenue, NE Grand Rapids, MI 49503-3295 (616) 234 - 4238
Two programs are offered by the GRCC; the Nursing: Associate Degree and the Practical Nursing: Certificate. The
program, Associate Degree in Nursing helps the students become equipped with knowledge and entry-level skills of a
registered nurse in different healthcare settings. The graduates of the Associate of Science Degree in Nursing are
also prepared to complete the NCLEX-RN to become nurses.
5101 Evergreen Rd. Dearborn, MI 48128 (313) 845 - 9600
The HFCC programs are approved by the Michigan Board of Nursing and accredited by the National League for Nursing.
Three guarantees are explicitly communicated by the school and these are: (1) “Tuition freeze” that guarantees
students a refund for any tuition increases after their initial semester, (2) Transfer Credit Guarantee that will
refund a student’s tuition if any of the courses they pass at HFCC fail to transfer to another college or university
and (3) guarantee that all our students will leave prepared to work in a professional environment within their field
35 E. 12th St., Holland, MI 49422-900 (616) 395 - 7420
As a Christian school, the Department of Nursing of the Hope College fosters a scholarly, altruistic profession that
focuses on the practice of Christ-like care to promote the optimal health of persons. One remarkable outcome
instituted by the school is that 100% of graduates who seek Registered Nurse positions will be employed within 1 year
2111 Emmons Rd, Jackson, Michigan 49201-8399 (517) 787 - 0800
JCC recognizes the constant need for competent and skillful members of the allied health community. The college
offers the following programs to its prospective students: Associate in Applied Science - Nursing (ADN), Associate in
Applied Science - Nursing (LPN to ADN), Certificate in Practical Nursing - (PN) and Bachelor of Science (JCC/U of
M/BSN Transfer Program).
6767 West O Avenue, Kalamazoo, MI 49003-4070 (269) 488 - 4400
Level I (PN) and Level II (RN) are offered at the Kalamazoo Valley Community College. The former can be successfully
completed for two semesters and a certificate will be issued that warrants eligibility for the National Council
Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN) while the latter may be completed for four semesters with an
Associate of Applied Science degree eligible for the National Council Licensure Exam for Registered Nursing
450 North Ave, Battle Creek, Michigan 49017-3397 (269) 965 - 3931
It is the mission of Kellogg Community College to provide outstanding and excellent educational experiences to
aspiring professional. The teachers serve as facilitators in the field where students are prepared to become
10775 N. St. Helen Road, Roscommon, MI 48653(989) 275 - 5000
KCC offers Level I and II Nursing certificates (with the level II you get an Associate in Applied Science degree). A Certified
Nursing Assistant (CNA) course is also offered every semester and this is credited for six hours.
2755 E Napier Avenue, Benton Harbor, MI 49022-1899 (269) 927 - 3571
The programs offered at the academe include a Certificate program that facilitates the preparation of students for
the NCLEX-PN. The program is to be completed in a year. The second program is the Associate Degree program that may
be completed for two years and finally the “transferring to other schools” program that allows students to transfer
to other universities like the Ferris State University, Grand Valley State University, and Western Michigan
650 W. Easterday Ave., Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783 (906) 632 - 6841
There are five specific programs that are offered by the school. These are the Bachelor of Science in Nursing, the
Practical Nursing Certificate, the Associate of Applied Science Healthcare Provider, the RN to BSN program and lastly,
a program that caters to Canadian students, the RPN to BSN. The BSN is approved by the Michigan Board of Nursing and
is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission.
419 N Capitol Ave, Lansing, MI 48901-7210 (517) 483 - 1957
A career ladder program in Nursing is offered at the Lansing Community College. Students who have successfully
completed the first year of the said program already earn a certificate and are already eligible to take the NCLEX-PN.
They can then practice as Licensed Practical Nurse. For the second year, they may earn an Associate Degree in Applied
Sciences and are already eligible to take the NCLEX-RN. When they pass the said exam, they are then considered as RNs.
14500 E Twelve Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48088-3896 (586) 445 - 7999
The Michigan Board of Nursing has approved Macomb Community College’s Associate of Applied Science Degree. On the
other hand, the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC) has accredited the Associate of Applied
Science degree in Nursing.
36600 Schoolcraft Road Livonia, MI 48150 (734) 432 - 5393
The Madonna University, a Catholic university was founded by the Felician Sisters of Livonia in 1937. The education at
the university embodies the Franciscan tradition that is committed to scholarship, service and teaching. Thus,
nursing concepts and theories taught stem from Christian teachings.
1903 West Michigan Avenue, Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5345 (269) 387-8162 (734)
The Western Michigan University offers a BSN degree to both beginners who are going to college for the first time and
are looking for a BSN degree, as well as for Registered Nurses with an ASN degree who would like to upgrade their
education towards a bachelors. The RN to BSN program is set as a part-time program in order to accomodate the need of
working nusres. An MSN program is also offered, with a specialty focus on nurse educator and nurse leader /