Building healthy communities
Health care professionals who can care for the body and the mind are in great demand.
As the demands and requirements for professionals in health care continue to evolve, Stritch remains at the forefront of advances in the industry. Since 1980, the Ruth S. Coleman College of Nursing and Health Sciences (CONHS) has demonstrated achievement in staying ahead of the curve and providing cutting-edge education.
Today, we continue to be a leading provider of creative, flexible programs that integrate theory and practices to help create healthier communities.
BSN program accreditation
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Cardinal Stritch University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
Schedule a visit
The best way to learn more is through a personalized visit. Meet faculty and fellow students, ask questions and learn about the admissions process for any program in the College.
CONHS is now home to Stritch's M.A. Psychology programs
The Ruth S. Coleman College of Nursing and Health Sciences recently welcomed the students and faculty from the master's level psychology programs into the college. These outstanding, world-renowned General and Clinical Psychology programs are a great fit for CONHS.
Degree programs available in the Ruth S. Coleman College of Nursing and Health Sciences at Stritch.
Funding your education
The undergraduate degree programs are competitively priced to make your education affordable. Our counselors in the Financial Aid Office know how to help students identify all options available for funding their education. Learn more about our tuition and the financial aid process.
Build life long connections with the Alumni Network
More than 38,000 Stritch alumni are recognized worldwide for their leadership roles in businesses, health care organizations, corporations, educational institutions, entrepreneurial ventures and non-profit organizations. Responsive to the needs of their communities, Stritch graduates are critical thinkers, ethical decision-makers and lifelong learners.