Ruth S. Coleman College of Nursing

The Ruth S. Coleman College of Nursing offers the full range of nursing programs, from ADN through MSN degrees.  As of August 2014, the college will also offer a Bachelor of Science post-licensure Respiratory Therapy Program.

Why Nursing?

Nursing is a high-touch career. At Stritch, we believe your education should be high touch as well. That's why we take a highly personal approach to teaching. We also have more than a decade of providing innovative, distinctive nursing programs, and over 1,000 of our graduates are currently providing high-quality nursing care to their patients.

In the Ruth S. Coleman College of Nursing, you'll find flexible scheduling and lots of one-on-one instruction. You'll also find a comfortable, supportive environment and nursing programs that are as holistic as the science of nursing itself. 

Some other advantages of studying nursing at Cardinal Stritch University:

Why a Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy?

This fall we will offer our first courses for the Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy Completion. This program is the first of its kind in the State of Wisconsin and was built with working respiratory therapists in mind. Find out how to become more competitive in the job market and aspire to leadership and education positions.