UWGB nurse caring for a person in need

Nursing Options That Fit You

UW-Green Bay offers a number of paths to completing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Outlined below are all of the nursing program options at UW-Green Bay and contact information for each program, to help you decide which is right for you.

Nurse 1-2-1

Collaborative with Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC)

Earn a four year nursing degree through the combined resources of NWTC and the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (UW-Green Bay).

Students attend year 1 at UW-Green Bay, years 2 and 3 at NWTC, and obtain an Associate’s Degree in Nursing. Year 4, students attend UW-Green Bay and obtain a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. For more information about this program, visit Nurse 1-2-1 or contact us.

Bellin College

Another option is to complete a collaborative nursing program with Bellin College in Green Bay. In this collaborative program, student complete foundation courses at UW-Green Bay and nursing-specific courses at Bellin College. Students will graduate with a BSN degree from Bellin College.

To enter this program, students must apply to both UW-Green Bay and Bellin College. We encourage students to learn more about the admissions requirements for both UW-Green Bay and Bellin College.

For more information about this program, visit the Bellin College online. We also encourage you to contact the Bellin College Admission Office at admissions@bellincollege.edu or 920-433-6650.

RN to BSN Program

This program is designed for Registered Nurses (RN) who hold their Associate’s Degree in Nursing to complete their Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). In order to participate in this program students must have a current RN license in any US state.

The RN to BSN program also provides opportunities for students to take their courses online or in-person.

For more information about this program, visit the RN to BSN Program.

Other Health Majors

Human Biology with an Emphasis in Nutritional Sciences/Dietetics, Exercise Science, Cytotechnology & Health Science.
Health Information Management and Technology (HIMT)
Social Work
Human Development

UW-Green Bay Admissions - Katelyn Strzok

We Are Here to Help

UW-Green Bay Admissions Advisors are here to help. They can answer questions about applying, majors, campus life, housing, and so much more. Let us know how we can help you.


Apply now for admission to UWGB in 2018

How to Apply