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Get the Help You Need

Earning an MSN is hard on your own – we have a lot of support to offer.

As an online student, you have access to the services traditional students have. For help with research, writing assistance or information on student organizations, view our resources below.

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Student Resources

From the MSN Handbook to the Cofrin Library and everything in between, UW-Green Bay is here to help you as you earn your MSN and support your organization.

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MSN Student Handbook

The MSN Student Handbook gives you a look at the grading policy, course descriptions and practicum policies, among other details of the program.

Read the Handbook   

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APA Style & Format Guide

Continue to build on your academic skills and refresh your knowledge of APA style. View an APA Sample Paper to ensure your citations are correct.

Learn APA Style   

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Graduate Nursing Org

Connect with other nursing professionals and policy experts, and get access to member-exclusive scholarships by joining the Graduate Nursing Student Academy through the American Association of Colleges of Nurses.

Join the GNSA   

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Learning Center

The Learning Center helps students polish their writing to ease academic stress. They support you with a variety of your writing, from essays or research projects to personal statements and scholarship or school applications.

Schedule an Appointment   

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Nursing Honor Society

Sigma Theta Tau International recognizes nursing leadership and provides resources for students across the country. Talk to your professors about Kappa Pi chapter at-Large, the local chapter of STTI.

Explore STTI   

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Library Services

To start accessing articles for research, go to the library website. After logging into the campus network, go to the "databases by subject—nursing and medicine" page to see a list of suggested databases you can access.

Access Library Articles   

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Ask an Academic Advisor

Nicole, one of the Academic Advisors for this master's program, would be happy to answer any questions you have about our resources or the MSN program.

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