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- Master's of Science in Nursing (MSN) Program
- Clinical Nurse Specialist Track
- Family Nurse Practitioner Track
- Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Track
- Post Master's Clinical Nurse Specialist Certificat
- Post Master's Family Nurse Certificate Program
- Post Master's Nurse Educator Certificate Program
- Post Master's Psychiatric Mental Health
- Doctorate of Nursing Practice
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Graduate Application Process
You've already changed many lives. We believe you can change many more - starting with your own.
How do you know you can apply?
For consideration in this program, applicants must hold a bachelor's degree in nursing from a college or university accredited by a nursing accreditation agency approved by the Department of Education. You must hold a current, unencumbered registered nurse license or be eligible for RN licensure in the state of Wisconsin or multi-state compact.
Is there a way to help finance your future?
Graduate students are eligible to apply for loans. To qualify for a federal loan, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Applications can be found at fafsa.ed.gov (use Alverno's federal code 003832). We encourage all students to complete the FAFSA even if you do not anticipate the need for financial aid at this time. If your situation changes, your information will already be on file.
What about my busy schedule?
You will work closely with your advisor to develop a course projection plan that fits with your lifestyle.
- Apply online at alverno.edu/gradapply
- Submit the following materials (in any order)
- Two recommendations (Both must come from professionals who have played a supervisory role in your nursing development. Forms can be found at alverno.edu/recommendations)
- Official transcripts (verifying baccalaureate or advanced degree)
- Personal Statement: Submit a two-page, double spaced essay describing why you want to pursue an advanced practice nursing degree in the particular track you've choses. And share you goals for using your degree after graduation. Please use the American Psychological Association format in your statement.
- Current resume
- Copy of unencumbered nursing license
- Copy of current CPR certification
- Completed health data form
- Proof of health insurance (or signed waiver)
- Application will be reviewed on the following dates for admission.
- Final Application for Fall 2016 is May 2, 2016
Questions? Call Graduate Admissions at 414-382-6100 or 800-933-3401.Graduate Program >