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Nursing Schools in Oregon

Blue Mountain Community College

Blue Mountain Community College 3275 Baker Street Baker City, OR 97814 (541) 523-9127
The nursing program in the Blue Mountain Community College is both exciting and challenging; admission is competitive process. Success in the program requires a strong commitment and may pose unique personal as well as academic challenges. The program offers an Associate of Applied Science in nursing degree.

Central Oregon Community College

Central Oregon Community College 2600 NW College Way, Bend, OR 97701 (541) 383-7546
The COCC offers an Associates of Applied Science in Nursing (AAS) degree. This program is accredited through the Oregon State Board of Nursing, and the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities accredits Central Oregon Community College. After the completion of the AAS in Nursing, the student can complete their Bachelorís of Science in Nursing (BSN) online through Linfield College or Oregon Health Sciences University.

Concordia University

Concordia University 2811 NE Holman Street, Portland, OR 97211-6099 (503) 280-8600
Concordia University's Bachelor of Science in Nursing program balances clinical excellence with compassionate caring in preparing nurses to promote health and wellness, offer expert bedside care and provide leadership within healthcare organizations and the community.

Oregon Coast Community College

Oregon Coast 400 SE College Way, Newport, OR 97366, (541) 867-8542
Oregon Coast offers a career ladder program for women and men who want to become licensed practical nurses (through the first-year Certifcate of Completion) or registered nurses (through the Associate of Applied Science in Nursing). Oregon Coast Community College staff members are also ready to advise planning to transfer to a school of nursing that grants baccalaureate degrees. Oregon Coast Community College offers general education courses that apply to a Bachelor of Science program.

Walla Walla University, School of Nursing

Walla Walla 10345 SE Market St., Portland, OR 97216, (503) 251-6115
Nursing at Walla Walla University offers a four-year program leading to a bachelorís degree with a major in nursing. The first two years are taken on the College Place campus and include a combination of general studies, nursing cognates, and nursing courses. The second two years are taken on the WWU nursing campus in Portland, Ore., where students combine classroom work with practical (clinical) experience.

Lane Community College

Lane Community College 4000 E. 30th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97405, (541) 463-5754
Lane offers a fully accredited Associate degree program whose graduates have a history of passing the NCLEX RN with an outstanding 96% pass rate averaged over the last fifteen years. The Nursing program is both exciting and challenging; offering graduates the opportunities for employment in a variety of settings and for a lifelong career of personal fulfillment and societal benefit.

Umpqua Community College

Umpqua Community College 1140 College Rd., Roseburg, OR 97470, (541) 440-4613
Umpqua Community College is one of the most picturesque colleges in the country, nestled between beautiful tree-studded hills and overlooking a large bend in the North Umpqua River. Established in 1964, the college caters today to about 15,000 students every year.

Chekemata Community College

Chekemata Community College 19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City, OR 97045, (503) 594-0659
The Nursing Program at Chemeketa Community College prepares students to graduate with an Associate of Science Degree and sit for the NCLEX-RN. The Nursing Program provides a "career ladder" format that also qualifies students, after the first year, to test and become licensed practical nurses.

George Fox University

George Fox University 414 N. Meridian Street, #6273, Newberg, OR 97132-2697, (503) 554-2955
George Fox Universityís Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program is built upon a liberal arts foundation and Christian principles. Students have the opportunity to engage in learning experiences both inside and outside of the classroom. Clinical experiences take place in a variety of acute care and community healthcare institutions and agencies and allow students to gain valuable experience in professional nursing practice.

University of Portland, School of Nursing

university of portland 5000 N. Willamette Blvd. Portland, OR 97203, (503) 943-7211
The vision of the University of Portland's School of Nursing is to educate nurses who make a difference. The baccalaureate program in nursing at the University provides students with a liberal arts and science foundation followed by concentrated study in the professional nursing major. Students learn to view the person holistically and to use clinical reasoning to facilitate health and wellness. The program provides students with the opportunity to develop competency in the assessment, promotion, maintenance and restoration of health.

Sumner College

Sumner College 8909 SW Barbur Blvd. STE 100, Portland, OR 97219, (503) 223-5100
Sumner College is a career-oriented school in Portland, Oregon. The top priority in Sumner College is student success, and helping the students start their career as soon as possible. The faculty members are educators who are dedicated to challenging students and helping them achieve their dreams through the career education programs offered by the college. The College offers 2 nursing programs: A 13-months-log Practical Nursing program and a 24-months-long Registered Nursing program.

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