The Washington State University College of Nursing has a brand new facility on the Riverpoint campus in Spokane. The facility boasts interactive audio-visual classrooms and multi-media, research, clinical, and simulation laboratories. The simulation lab, in particular, is a state-of-the-art facility that provides students with a realistic, hands-on learning experience that reinforces classroom and practical instruction with real-world scenarios. The college is recognized as a national leader in the use of technology, and is known for the excellence of its video productions. The College of Nursing has an impressive history of visionary leadership, institutional collaboration, and community involvement that has made it a recognized leader in the education and training of the next generation of healthcare providers.
WSU Army ROTC cadets who are pursuing a nursing degree complete the first two years of the nursing program at the Pullman campus. While in Pullman, they also complete the first three years of their ROTC curriculum. Nursing students then complete the final two years of the program (and the last year of the ROTC curriculum) at the Riverpoint campus. The WSU College of Nursing reserves seats in each new class for Army ROTC nurses. As long as potential nurses achieve the admissions standards for the WSU College of Nursing, they are granted admission into the reserved seats.
Army ROTC cadets with an Army ROTC Nursing Scholarship are provided:
- Full tuition OR room and board
- All mandatory fees paid
- Book stipend up to $1,200 per year
- Monthly stipend starting at $300 for freshman, $350 for sophomores, $450 for juniors, and $500 for seniors
- Required student nurse uniforms and clinical supplies(One time stipend up to $650 at the beginning of their junior year)
- NCLEX Fee
- NCLEX Review (up to $500)
For more information call Garry Nestler at 509-335-7394