Through study and mastery of current and emerging knowledge, skill and practice, Western Michigan University's Bronson School of Nursing students are positioned to be highly effective and competitive in the nursing field. Inter-professional activities with other College of Health and Human Services disciplines are available and encouraged, and the facilities include state-of-the-art classrooms and labs.
Both the undergraduate and graduate degrees offered are fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, and the school is one of only a few to receive endorsement from the American Holistic Nursing Certification Corporation. Through participation in the Upsilon Epsilon Chapter of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, students experience leadership and scholarship in practice, education and research to enhance the health of all people.
News and announcements
Nursing Assembly Day and Skills Day take over CHHS | Aug. 31, 2017
wo consecutive days of events at the college welcome students from the Bronson School of Nursing back for the fall semester. Nursing Assembly Day serves as a welcome back for current students and an introduction for incoming students to meet the faculty. Skills Day was an opportunity for current students to refresh their previously learned skills as they prepare to enter the clinical environment again this semester.
Bronson School of Nursing receives HRSA grant to improve workforce diversity | Aug. 31, 2017
Dr. Mary Ann Stark, professor in the WMU Bronson School of Nursing, has been awarded a $2 million HRSA grant to establish a new program to recruit, retain and graduate more students from underrepresented groups and educationally and financially disadvantaged populations.
Nursing students simulation with WMed students | Feb. 28, 2017
On January 24 and 26, senior students from the WMU Bronson School of Nursing and first year students at the WMU Homer Stryker School of Medicine collaborated for an interdisciplinary, interprofessional simulation related to vaccinations.