What Michigan colleges have good nurse programs?

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What Michigan colleges have good nurse programs?

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Michigan has many college and universities that offer nursing programs. The nurse.org website has ranked the top nursing programs in Michigan.

They based their choices on a variety of nursing program relevant information, including the following factors:

Reputation

NCLEX pass rate

Tuition

Acceptance rate, when available

Only ACEN or CCNE accredited schools are eligible

Here are their top five options, along with some logistical information about each institution.

1. Grand Valley State University

Yearly In-State Tuition: $11,520

students: 25,000

average class size: 26

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) graduates employed after graduation: 100%

2. Madonna University

Yearly Tuition: $19,500

NCLEX Pass Rate: 81%

students: just under 2,500

3. Western Michigan University

Yearly In-State Tuition: $11,493

students: over 22,500

Offers freshman admission to the BSN program

4. University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Yearly In-State Tuition: $14,402

5. Northern Michigan University

Yearly In-State Tuition: $9,766

students: 7,600

For more information about Michigan colleges, check out this article: Michigan (MI): Colleges and Schools.

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