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Associate Degree Nursing (R.N.)
Program Number: 105431
Your Degree:
Associate Degree
Area of Study:
Health Sciences
Delivery Method:
Some Online/Some In Person
Estimated Time to Complete:
65 Credits | Finish degree in 2 years
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  • Program Overview

    The Associate Degree Nursing (RN) program at Madison College offers training for in-demand jobs in nursing and health care. Learn from experienced nursing professionals in digital classrooms and modern labs. Develop patient care skills during clinical practicums in area hospitals and health care facilities.

    Top Career Training

    The Nursing (RN) associate degree program teaches you good judgment and technical competence while providing nursing care to patients of all ages. Nursing students focus on self-direction and independence. Helpful aptitudes and interests include an interest in people and their welfare; a willingness to follow procedures, understanding that errors may have serious consequences; good communication skills; an eye for detail; and an ability to work under pressure and react quickly in an emergency.

    Strong Job Opportunities

    After passing the NCLEX-RN exam, nursing program graduates may work as Registered Nurses (RN) in a variety of health care settings such as clinics, hospitals, extended-care facilities, doctor's offices, home health agencies, and selected industrial and business settings.

    Nursing graduates see a 93 percent job placement rate within six months of graduation. Employers in Madison, Wisconsin and beyond give high marks to our nursing graduates for the advanced clinical training they receive at Madison College.

    Please note: Upon admission to the Associate Degree Nursing program, you'll be required to complete a background check and provide documentation of current immunizations and Health Care Provider CPR certification.

    Program Details

    Students in the Associate Degree Nursing program can attend full or part-time.

    The Associate Degree Nursing program at Madison Area Technical College at the Reedsburg, Truax and Watertown campus locations located in Reedsburg, Madison and Watertown(Spring petition for Fall admission), Wisconsin is accredited by the:

    Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)
    3390 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 1400, Atlanta, Georgia 30326 • 404.975.5000 http://acenursing.org/

    ACEN Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing

    The most recent accreditation decision made by the ACEN Board of Commissioners for the Associate Degree nursing program is Continuing Accreditation. The Madison College Nursing (RN) program is also approved by the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services.

    Your Advantages at Madison College

    • Learn in leading-edge facilities. The Health Simulation Center at the Truax Campus offers a fully-functioning trauma room, home health scenario room and simulated patient settings for hands-on learning.
    • Learn the skills, concepts and ethics of the nursing profession with nurse instructors from a wide range of professional backgrounds.
    • Be ready to transfer your Madison College credits toward a bachelor’s degree in Nursing (BSN) at Marquette University, Franklin University, the University of Wisconsin and many others.

    Career

    The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that employment of registered nurses is projected to grow 19 percent through 2022, faster than the average for all occupations.

    Our nursing program graduates work for a range of employers throughout Wisconsin including Access Community Health Centers, Columbus Community Hospital, Mercy Health System, St. Clare Hospital & Health Services, VA Medical Center, Willows Nursing & Rehabilitation Center and more.

    With additional education, Nursing program graduates may:

    • Transfer credits toward a Bachelor of Science in Nursing
    • Attain a Master of Science in Nursing

    We prepare you to pass the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN), to become a Registered Nurse.

    Madison College Associate Degree 2022 Composite NCLEX Score: 94.74 percent (ACEN Standard 6)

    National Average: 83.88 percent

    Madison College Nursing programs prepare students to obtain the required licensure to be employed and practice in the state of Wisconsin. The College does not guarantee its curriculum matches the requirements for preparation, examination, or licensure for other states.

    Wisconsin participates in an enhanced, multi-state nursing licensure compact as of January 19, 2018. Multi-state nurses meet uniform licensure requirements for all participating states, meaning that nurses with a Wisconsin license may be eligible to practice nursing in the following states:

    • Alabama
    • Arizona
    • Arkansas
    • Colorado
    • Delaware
    • Florida
    • Georgia
    • Idaho
    • Indiana
    • Iowa
    • Kansas
    • Kentucky
    • Louisiana
    • Maine
    • Maryland
    • Mississippi
    • Missouri
    • Montana
    • Nebraska
    • New Hampshire
    • New Mexico
    • North Carolina
    • North Dakota
    • Oklahoma
    • Ohio
    • South Carolina
    • South Dakota
    • Tennessee
    • Texas
    • Utah
    • Virginia
    • Vermont
    • West Virginia
    • Wisconsin
    • Wyoming

    Please refer to the NCSBN website for current information related to licensure, employment and practice regulations in other states https://www.ncsbn.org/14730.htm

    For questions related to the enhanced nurse licensure compact (eNLC), please refer to dsps@wi.gov

    Resources

    Nursing Program News

    Emily Dolan’s sons run onstage during her Madison College pinning ceremony
    Madison College Grad Speaker Says 16-Year Journey Was Worth It
    Madison College nursing program graduate Emily Dolan kept a childhood note to inspire her through homework, classes and balancing school with caring for two young sons.
    President Daniels delivers remarks about nurse apprenticeship program
    Madison College, UW Health launch registered nurse apprenticeship
    Madison College will provide instruction to UW Health nurse apprentices as part of program
    Study Nursing Near Home
    The nursing program is at our Madison, Reedsburg and Watertown campuses.
  • Curriculum and Experience

    Prospective program students, the information below reflects the basic requirements for students admitted for the 2023-2024 academic year. To learn more about Madison College, visit us.

    Current and newly admitted program students, go directly to your Degree Progress Report to view:

    • Progress toward your specific requirements
    • Alternative (in lieu of) courses to meet specific requirements

    If you have questions after reviewing your degree progress report (advisement report), please see Advising Services.

    Nursing Assistant Certification
    Proof of certification as a Nursing Assistant or completion of a Nursing Assistant course is required prior to petitioning. Refer to petition requirements for additional details.
    30-543-300
    3 credits
    General Education Courses
    The following general education courses are required to successfully graduate from the Nursing-Associate Degree program. Some of these courses are required to petition and others may be completed prior to the start of the program or by the end of the first year of the program. Prospective students should refer to petition requirements and current students should refer to their Degree Progress Report for additional details regarding which general education program requirements must be taken to petition.
    Refer to the Petition tab for additional information about petition pre-requisites.
    Speech must be completed prior to third semester.
    10-801-198
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    Choose one of the following courses.
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    3 credits
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    3 credits
    Choose one of the following courses. Note: Gen Anatomy & Physiology 10806177 must be taken in combination with Advanced Anatomy & Physiology 10806179. Anatomy and Physiology 1 must be taken in combination with Anatomy and Physiology 2.
    10-806-177
    4 credits
    20-806-207
    4 credits
    Choose one of the following courses. Note: Gen Anatomy & Physiology 10806177 must be taken in combination with Advanced Anatomy & Physiology 10806179. Anatomy and Physiology 1 must be taken in combination with Anatomy and Physiology 2.
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    First Semester
    10-543-101
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    Second Semester
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  • Admission

    To Apply

    Students need to complete the petition process to get into core-program classes for this program. Before submitting an application, it’s important to review the Petition Process webpage which also includes estimated wait times for each program.

    • View the admission requirements for application deadlines, materials, and requirements
       
    • There is currently 0-2 semesters between acceptance into pre-program and the start of core classes. The estimated time to enter the core-program is subject to change based on the variable number of students ready to petition each semester.
       
    • Learn more about the Madison College experience and get help with the admissions process

    After Acceptance

    Once you have been accepted in a pre-program status, your next step is to complete the Petition Requirements. See the Petition information in the next section.    

    Additional Notes

    Students are required to meet the current admission and petition requirements. Requirements are subject to change based on updates to accreditation requirements or Madison College program assessment data.

    Questions?

    Contact Enrollment Services at EnrollmentServices@madisoncollege.edu or 608.246.6210.

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  • Petition

    After Acceptance

    After you have been admitted into a pre-program status, complete all of the Petition Requirements for your program. Login to your student account and run a Degree Progress Report to review the Petition Requirements and see which requirements you have completed and which need to be satisfied.

    Requirements vary by program, and may include some or all of the following:

    • Petition Workshop: This is done online and can be found in Blackboard after you have been admitted in a pre-program status
    • Prerequisites (examples: Algebra, Geometry, Chemistry, Biology, English and Reading): This varies by program
    • Course Requirements (examples: Anatomy and Physiology, Intro to Psychology, etc.): This varies by program
    • Testing Requirement (examples: ACT, HESI, TEAS): This varies by program

    You can view the Petition Requirements for this program using the links below.

    Fall 2023 and Spring 2024     

    Fall 2024 and Spring 2025

    After completing the petition requirements, students are then selected for entry into core-program courses through the Petition Process.

    Questions?

    Contact Enrollment Services at EnrollmentServices@madisoncollege.edu or 608.246.6210.

  • Transfer Opportunities

    UW System Schools

    WCTS offers a statewide associate degree nursing curriculum with shared competencies in all sixteen technical college districts. Licensed registered nurses with an ADN and students nearing completion of an ADN program are encouraged to apply to a bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN) program. The UW-System Collaborative nursing programs/BSN@Home, currently composed of six UW institutions, was specifically designed for ADN-prepared registered nurses to progress to a BSN degree. All BSN candidates must meet admission and nursing program requirements specific to the UW “home institution” at which they are enrolled as a degree seeking student. The AAS in Nursing will transfer to UW System’s BSN@Home: A minimum of 60 credits in general education and nursing coursework taken within the required nursing curriculum of a WTCS ADN program will be directly awarded in transfer following admission to the baccalaureate program. • 30 nursing credit block from the WTCS systemwide nursing curriculum will be applied to the baccalaureate. • Minimum of 30 credits in general education courses.
    WCTS offers a statewide associate degree nursing curriculum with shared competencies in all sixteen technical college districts. Licensed registered nurses with an ADN and students nearing completion of an ADN program are encouraged to apply to a bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN) program. The UW-System Collaborative nursing programs/BSN@Home, currently composed of six UW institutions, was specifically designed for ADN-prepared registered nurses to progress to a BSN degree. All BSN candidates must meet admission and nursing program requirements specific to the UW “home institution” at which they are enrolled as a degree seeking student. The AAS in Nursing will transfer to UW System’s BSN@Home: A minimum of 60 credits in general education and nursing coursework taken within the required nursing curriculum of a WTCS ADN program will be directly awarded in transfer following admission to the baccalaureate program. • 30 nursing credit block from the WTCS systemwide nursing curriculum will be applied to the baccalaureate. • Minimum of 30 credits in general education courses.
    Students who complete the Associate Degree of Nursing at Madison College who meet University of Wisconsin-Madison admissions requirements, take specified courses in preparation for the major, and meet specified levels of academic achievement at Madison College are granted guaranteed admission into the UW-Madison Online BSN@Home program to pursue a bachelor's degree in Nursing. Students may transfer up to 90 credits from Madison College. Course transfer will be determined by UW-Madison credit evaluation services. Students are highly encouraged to consult with their advsiors and follow the course pathway for transfer to UW-Madison BSN @ Home program. For more information visit https://nursing.wisc.edu/undergraduate/bsn-online/.
    WCTS offers a statewide associate degree nursing curriculum with shared competencies in all sixteen technical college districts. Licensed registered nurses with an ADN and students nearing completion of an ADN program are encouraged to apply to a bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN) program. The UW-System Collaborative nursing programs/BSN@Home, currently composed of six UW institutions, was specifically designed for ADN-prepared registered nurses to progress to a BSN degree. All BSN candidates must meet admission and nursing program requirements specific to the UW “home institution” at which they are enrolled as a degree seeking student. The AAS in Nursing will transfer to UW System’s BSN@Home: A minimum of 60 credits in general education and nursing coursework taken within the required nursing curriculum of a WTCS ADN program will be directly awarded in transfer following admission to the baccalaureate program. • 30 nursing credit block from the WTCS systemwide nursing curriculum will be applied to the baccalaureate. • Minimum of 30 credits in general education courses.
    WCTS offers a statewide associate degree nursing curriculum with shared competencies in all sixteen technical college districts. Licensed registered nurses with an ADN and students nearing completion of an ADN program are encouraged to apply to a bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN) program. The UW-System Collaborative nursing programs/BSN@Home, currently composed of six UW institutions, was specifically designed for ADN-prepared registered nurses to progress to a BSN degree. All BSN candidates must meet admission and nursing program requirements specific to the UW “home institution” at which they are enrolled as a degree seeking student. The AAS in Nursing will transfer to UW System’s BSN@Home: A minimum of 60 credits in general education and nursing coursework taken within the required nursing curriculum of a WTCS ADN program will be directly awarded in transfer following admission to the baccalaureate program. • 30 nursing credit block from the WTCS systemwide nursing curriculum will be applied to the baccalaureate. • Minimum of 30 credits in general education courses.
    This articulation agreement applies to graduates of the WTCS system-wide Associate Degree Nursing program from May 1996 and after. These graduates are eligible to receive a minimum of 60 college transfer credits to be applied to the Bachelor in Nursing degree at a UW System BSN@HOME under the terms of this agreement. These credits may include no more than thirty credits from the WTCS System-wide Nursing curriculum and thirty credits of general education courses. In addition to these sixty credits, some additional credit form WTCS may also be transferable.
    In order to transfer, students must complete the desired program with a minimum 2.3 GPA on a 4.0 scale. A minimum of 33 credits from said program may be transferred in and counted towards a Public Health Degree. 52 total credits are required to complete the bachelor's degree, while a minimum of 30 credits must be taken at UW Superior (including the last 12 credit hours) in order for any degree from UW Superior to be awarded. Electives taken at Madison College may transfer in as credits towards graduation, but do not fit within any particular category in relation to the Public Health Degree.

    Wisconsin Private Schools

    Students who complete their Associate Degree Nursing program, have a GPA of 2,75 or higher and "C" or better in biology, chemistry, health science and nursing courses may enter Carroll's Master of Science in Nursing program with up to 70 credits transferred in.
    Students who successfully complete Associate Degree in Nursing and who meet the admission requirements of Carthage College and any other conditions specified in this agreement will be admitted to the RN-to-BSN Program at Carthage College, with up to 65 credits accepted towards the BSN degree. This agreement applies to students entering the Associate Degree Nursing Program Fall 2018 or later and entering the Carthage College RN-to-BSN program Fall 2020 or later.
    A student who completes an associate of arts, associate of science or associates of applied science is considered part of the ‘advanced core‘. The Advanced Core requires students to have earned at least 64 credits of transfer. If students transfer prior to completion or with less than 64 credits they will be considered part of the standard core and credits will be evaluated on a course by course basis.
    Students who receive an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) from Madison College will be guaranteed admission to the ADN-MSN program in the Henry Predolin School of Nursing, Business, and Health Sciences (HPSoNBHS) at Edgewood College when students transfer directly from Madison College to Edgewood College within 5 years of completing their ADN and have a cumulative GPA of 2.50 for their transferrable coursework. A maximum of 90 credits may be transferred from all combined coursework
    Students will be granted admission to a bachelors degree program upon completion of an approved transfer program at Madison College. Students must have earned a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or greater while at Madison College. Regardless of the number of credits transferred students must complete at least 25% of their baccalaureate degree credits at Herzing University University University.
    Student who earn an Associate Degree from Madison College can transfer a minimum of 60 credits and a maximum of 72 credits to Lakeland College to be applied to the requirements of the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Sciences degree.
    Students must have a 3.0 GPA to be eligible for admission to the nursing program at Marian University. Students must also have completed the associate degree for nursing at Madison College. This agreement is for the BS Nursing Online program only. Students interested in transferring should contact Marian University for the most current transfer information
    Any Madison College student who has successfully completed an associate degree in applied science after 2015, and meets admission requirements for the Rader School of Business (RSOB) at the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) can earn a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Technical Sales at MSOE by successfully completing the AAS to BBA Technical Sales Transfer Track in the Business Administration program. --- In particular, any Madison College student who successfully completes all technical courses and general education courses in their AAS program with a grade of C or better (not C-) in each course; successfully completes all other specified courses, as defined in this transfer agreement, with a grade of C or better (not C-) in each course; and meets the MSOE admission requirements for transfer students into the BBA Program at MSOE, minimum 2.75/4.0 cumulative GPA from the last regionally accredited school will be admitted into the AAS to BBA Technical Sales Transfer Track in the Bachelor of Business Administration program at MSOE.
    Students entering the RN to BSN completion program will transfer up to 72 credits from their associates of nursing degree provided the student has a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher, final course grades of "C" or better in biology, chemistry, health sciences and nursing courses and student holds a RN license from the state of WI without stipulations.
    All courses transferred from Madison College will be processed as lower division credits. Students will be awarded the amount of credit they earned at Madison College for transferred coursework.
    Students who complete the nursing program can transfer up to 70 credits toward the Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Leadership offered through the College of Adult and Graduate Studies.

    Out-of-State Schools

    Students who complete any associate degree at Madison Area Technical College will have no additional general education core curriculum requirements to meet but must satisfy the Kirkpatrick Signature Series requirement. This applies to students who are pursuing a bachelors of arts, bachelors of science or bachelors of fine arts at Bellevue University.
    The RN-BSN option is designed for graduates who have passed the RN-N.C.L.E.X exam. Transcripts are evaluated on an individual basis. Nursing, biology, and liberal arts courses typically will transfer into the RN-BSN program. The RN-BSN baccalaureate degree at Bryant and Stratton College is a new application pursuing initial accreditation. New applicant status is neither a status of accreditation nor a guarantee that accreditation will be granted.
    Per the agreement, students must complete the associates of arts, associates of science or associates of applied science with an overall GPA of a 2.0 prior to transferring. Articulation agreement is for students who graduate from appropriate program and wish to pursue one of the following degrees at Capella: Bachelor of Science in Business specializations, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, Bachelor of Science in Public Safety specializations, Bachelor of Science in Nursing (must hold a valid RN license) and Bachelor of Science in Psychology.
    Students who graduate from Madison College with an Associate Degree in Nursing and proof of RN licensure may be awarded up to 77 proficiency credit hours through Chamberlain University Articulation Plan (CCAP), to include 37 Liberal Arts and Sciences credit hours, and 40 Nursing credit hours. Along with proof of RN Licensure, students must also carry a minimum 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale.
    Students graduating with an associate degree from MATC with a 2.0 GPA or higher are guaranteed admissions into CSU-Global and can transfer up to 64 semester credits from MATC to be applied toward earning a Bachelor’s Degree at CSU-Global.
    Franklin University will guarantee acceptance of all Madison College graduates with an Associate in Arts, Associate in Science or Associate of Applied Science. Madison College graduates will have junior standing at Franklin University and may transfer additional credits (up to a maximum of 94) toward their baccalaureate degree.
    GCU will offer a scholarship to any student, online and local, concurrently enrolled in the Associate Degree in Nursing program at MATC, and following the Concurrent Enrollment Pathway (CEP) to a BSN at GCU.
    Students who complete the Associates Degree in Nursing from 2016 onward, may transfer and apply up to 62 credits towards Purdue's Professional Nursing Pathways Online BSN degree program. Students must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher and only courses with a "C" or better are eligible for transfer.
    Up to 78 lower division and an additional 12 upper division credits from an accredited institution may be applied toward the minimum 120 semester credit hours required for completion. At least 30 credits must be earned in upper division courses. A minimum of 30 credits and 6 credits in the major must be completed at UIU. Students must have a valid RN license and GPA of 2.5 or higher at time of application.
    Madison College students must complete the required coursework in the associate degree nursing program with a "C" or better and meet the admission requirements to Walden‘s Bachelor of Science Nursing Completion program may receive credit toward their BSN program.
  • Career Outcomes

    Program Student Outcomes

    • Integrate professional nursing identity reflecting integrity, responsibility, and nursing standards.
    • Communicate comprehensive information using multiple sources in nursing practice.
    • Integrate theoretical knowledge to support decision making.
    • Integrate the nursing process into client care across diverse populations.
    • Function as a healthcare team member to provide safe and effective care.
    • Graduate Summary

      Graduate Report Summary Overview

      202020212022
      Number of Program Graduates178182165
      Number of Surveys Sent178182165
      Number of Surveys Returned11711298
      Percent of Surveys Returned
      Available for Employment11610695
      Percent Available for Employment99.10%94.60%96.90%
      Not in Labor Market
      Percent Not in Labor Market0.90%4.50%3.10%
      Available for Employment

      202020212022
      Graduates Employed11510390
      Percent of Graduates Employed99.10%97.20%94.70%
      Employed in Related Occupation11310386
      Percent Employed in Related Occupation98.30%100.00%95.60%
      Employed in Unrelated Occupation202
      Percent Employed in Unrelated Occupation1.70%0.00%2.20%
      Employed - No Response002
      Percent Employed - No Response0.00%0.00%2.20%
      Seeking Employment135
      Percent Seeking Employment0.90%2.80%5.30%
      Reaction To Training at Madison College

      202020212022
      Student satisfaction Mean (Out of 4)3.53.43.6
      Number of Satisfaction Responses11311197
      Very Satisfied (4)665359
      Percent Very Satisfied58.40%47.70%60.80%
      Satisfied (3)445236
      Percent Satisfied38.90%46.80%37.10%
      Unsatisfied (2)152
      Percent Unsatisfied0.90%4.50%2.10%
      Very Unsatisfed (1)210
      Percent Very Unsatisfied1.80%0.90%0.00%
      Primary Reason for Attending Madison College

      202020212022
      Number of Primary Reason Responses11711197
      Preparation for Getting a Job514640
      Percent Preparation for Getting a Job43.60%41.40%41.20%
      Career Change414137
      Percent Career Change35.00%36.90%38.10%
      Improvement of Existing Skills965
      Percent Improvement of Existing Skills7.70%5.40%5.20%
      Preparation for Further Education131612
      Percent Preparation for Further Education11.10%14.40%12.40%
      Personal Interest322
      Percent Personal Interest2.60%1.80%2.10%
      Other001
      Percent Other0.00%0.00%1.00%
      When Employment was Obtained

      202020212022
      Number of When Employment Obtained Responses11510288
      Before Enrollment15910
      Percent Before Enrollment13.00%8.80%11.40%
      While Attending the College142014
      Percent While Attending the College12.20%19.60%15.90%
      After Training at the College867364
      Percent After Training at the College74.80%71.60%72.70%
      Location of Employment (related and unrelated)

      202020212022
      Number of Employment Location Responses808372
      In College District797563
      Percent In College District98.80%90.40%87.50%
      In Wisconsin, Not in District000
      Percent of In Wisconsin0.00%0.00%0.00%
      Outside of Wisconsin178
      Percent Outside Wisconsin1.30%8.40%11.10%
      Employer Location Unknown011
      Percent Location Unknown0.00%1.20%1.40%
      Salary Trend
      Salary Trend202020212022
      Full Time Employment (Related Job)Full Time Salary Count907262
      Average Monthly Wage$5,068$5,196$5,652
      Average Hourly Wage$29.46$30.21$32.86
      Average Work Hours per Week38.63839.5
      Part Time Employment (Related Job)Part Time Salary Count182217
      Average Hourly Wage$30.54$34.08$38.28
      Average Work Hours per Week28.429.529.3
    • Graduate Employers

      Graduate Employers for academic year: 2022
      Employer(s)Job TitleCity*State**Positions
      Abbott Northwestern HospitalNurseMinneapolisMN
      Agrace HospiceCareRegistered Nurse Case ManagerFitchburg
      Alden Estates Of JeffersonLicensed Practical NurseJefferson
      AscensionNeonatal Intensive Care Unit Registered NurseAustinTX
      Aurora Health CenterRegistered NurseHartford
      Central Wisconsin CenterNurse Clinician II
      Centura HospitalNurseColorado SpringsCO
      Columbia Memorial HospitalRegistered NurseAstoriaOR
      DaVita DialysisRegistered NurseWatertown
      Divine Savior HealthcareCertified Nursing AssistantPortage
      Fort Health & RehabilitationRegistered NurseFort Atkinson2
      Froedtert HealthRegistered NurseMenomonee Falls
      Gundersen St JosephRegistered NurseHillsboro
      Mayo ClinicRegistered NurseRochesterMN
      Meriter HospitalRegistered Nurse6
      MUSC Health University Medical CenterRegistered NurseCharlestonSC
      Novant HealthRegistered NurseWilmingtonNC
      Oak Park Place of MadisonRegistered Nurse2
      Oregon Manor Nursing HomeRegistered NurseOregon
      Prairie Clinic SCRegistered NurseSauk City
      Prairie Ridge HealthRegistered NurseColumbus
      ProHealth CareRegistered NurseWaukesha
      Reedsburg Area Medical CenterRegistered NurseReedsburg3
      Sandridge Secure Treatment CenterRegistered NurseMauston
      Sauk Prairie Health CareRegistered NursePrairie du Sac
      Skaalen Retirement ServicesRegistered NurseStoughton
      SSM HealthRegistered Nurse12
      SSM HealthLabor & Delivery Nurse
      SSM Health Ripon Community HospitalRegistered NurseRipon
      St Clare Hospital & Health ServicesRegistered NurseBaraboo3
      St Mary's / Dean VenturesICU Registered Nurse
      St Mary's / Dean VenturesRegistered Nurse
      Stoughton HealthRegistered NurseStoughton
      Unity Point Health-MeriterRegistered Nurse7
      University of Utah HospitalRegistered NurseSalt Lake CityUT
      Upland Hills Health CenterRegistered NurseDodgeville2
      UW HealthRegistered Nurse9
      UW HealthOutpatient Perioperative Registered Nurse
      UW Health Hospital & ClinicsRegistered Nurse
      UW Health Hospitals & ClinicsRegistered Nurse
      UW Health Rehabilitation HospitalRegistered Nurse
      VA Medical CenterRegistered Nurse

      * - Only cities outside of Madison will display.

      ** - Only states outside of Wisconsin will display.

      *** - If you have a position to post, please contact Career and Employment Services at jobpostings@madisoncollege.edu

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Madison Truax Campus
Health Building, 103

1705 Hoffman Street
Madison, Wisconsin 53704

nursing@madisoncollege.edu
608.246.6780

Hours

  • Monday – Thursday: 8 am - 4:30 pm
  • Friday: 8 am - 4:30 pm (Virtual)