Washington Archive

Northwest University Nursing School Review

Northwest University (NU), located today in Kirkland, Washington, was founded in 1934 in the Hollywood Temple, Seattle, Washington, and was located there for twenty-five years. Originally, the university was called the Northwest Bible Institute, but the name was changed to …

Olympic College Nursing Program Review

Olympic College (OC) was founded in 1946 in Bremerton, Washington and is a two-year community college with a student population of 12,000 per year. Olympic College is composed of three campuses, one in Bremerton, another on Poulsbo and a third …

Pacific Lutheran University Nursing School Review

Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) is a private university based in Tacoma, Washington. Over 3,000 students are enrolled in the university’s bachelor’s through master’s degree and certificate programs.In 1890, Pacific Lutheran University was founded and has since maintained its affiliation with …

Peninsula College Nursing Program Review

Peninsula College (PC, PenCol), located in Port Angeles, Washington, is home to over 8,000 students, enrolled both full-time and part-time. Associate Degree Program (ADN) The Peninsula College nursing program is approved by the Washington State Board of Nursing an accredited …

Seattle Pacific University Nursing School Review

Seattle Pacific University (SPU) was founded in 1891 by Free Methodist pioneers, and is today one of the United States’ most well-known Christian universities.The current student population of Seattle Pacific University is composed of 4,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Individuals …

Bellevue College Nursing Program Review

Bellevue College (BC), previously known as Bellevue Community College (BCC) offers programs on three campuses; Main campus, Robinswood Campus, and City University Campus, all of which are located in Bellevue, Washington. Bellevue College also provides courses on 25 additional sites …

Clark College Nursing Program Review

Clark College (CC), located in Vancouver, Washington, was founded in 1933 by a group of educators. Clark College was accredited four years after its inception and in 1948; the college was accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. …

Columbia Basin College Nursing Program Review

Columbia Basin College’s Health Sciences Division is home to the school’s nursing program. The Health Sciences Division is located in the Health Science Center at Columbia Basin College’s Richland Campus. The Health Sciences Division is associated with 35 clinical facilities …

Eastern Washington University Nursing School Review

Eastern Washington University (EWU), located in Cheney, Washington has over 100 student clubs ad organizations and the alumni community consists of over 82,000 people. The Intercollegiate Nursing Alliance consists of three schools, Eastern Washington University, Washington State University (WSU)  and …

Gonzaga University Nursing School Review

Gonzaga University (GU), located in Spokane, Washington has its history in Catholic and Jesuit education. Gonzaga University offers several programs in nursing, including; Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), a Registered Nurse to Master of Science in Nursing Program (RN …

Grays Harbor College Nursing Program Review

Grays Harbor College (GHC) was established in 1930 in Aberdeen, Washington and offers Associate degrees, GED and English as a second language. Grays Harbor College is accredited as a community college by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. College-level …

Seattle University Nursing School Review

Seattle University (SU), established in 1891 is located in Seattle, Washington and is a Jesuit Catholic university in Capitol Hill. Seattle University is home to 7,900 students in a variety of graduate and undergraduate programs in a total of eight …

Shoreline Community College Nursing Program Review

Shoreline Community College (SCC), located in Shoreline, Washington, was founded in 1964 on land from the Boeing family. Shoreline Community College offers over 100 professional/technical programs, academic programs and workforce training. The Shoreline Community College is accredited by the Northwest …

Skagit Valley College Nursing Program Review

Skagit Valley College (SVC) is located in Mount Vernon, Washington and offers a Registered Nursing Program. Admission to the Skagit Valley College Registered Nursing Program (RN) is competitive and requires minimum requirements in order to be considered. All applicants must …

Tacoma Community College Nursing Program Review

Tacoma Community College (TCC), located in Tacoma, Washington offers 46 professional and technical programs accounting, allied health, business, health information management, information technology, office professional, human services professional, logistics, medical office and para educator. Almost 15,000 students are enrolled in …

Walla Walla University Nursing School Review

Walla Walla University (WWU) is four-year, private university awarding associate’s through master’s degrees. The university was established in 1892 and is affiliated with the Seventh Day Adventist denomination. Walla Walla University has several off-campus centers in Anacortes, Washington; Billings and …

Washington State University Nursing School Review

Washington State University (WSU), with its main campus located in Pullman, Washington is one of the United States’ top 60 public research universities, with four campuses; Pullman, Spokane, Tri-Cities, and Vancouver. Washington State University also offers courses online, through WSU …

Wenatchee Valley College Nursing Program Review

Wenatchee Valley College (WVC), located in Wenatchee, Washington provides programs in liberal arts, professional and technical skills, basic skills and continuing education. The district that Wenatchee Valley College covers includes, Chelan, Douglas and Okanogan counties and is located between Seattle …

Whitworth University Nursing School Review

Established in 1890, Whitworth University (WU) is located in Spokane, Washington and has an enrollment of over 3,000 students every year. Whitworth University, previously known as Whitworth College (WC), offers 60 undergraduate and graduate degree programs and has a newly …