Program Director, Nursing
Fax (307) 268-2087
Casper College nursing students and faculty visited the Wyoming state legislature for Nurses Day on February 5, 2015. "We were able to sit as a group in the governor's office discussing important issues such as the Wyoming Investment in Nursing program, death with dignity, child abuse, and several other topics. He was very receptive to our ideas," said Marianne Madariga, nurse educator. Pictured from left to right: Sarah Hurtado, Marianne Madariaga, Shana Pilny, McKenzie Miller, Chelsea Mock, Gov. Matt Mead, Mallory Wright, Rachel Wilson, Sarah Nicely, and Crystal Baughman.
ADN Program Mission Statement
The mission of the Casper College H.E. Stuckenhoff Department of Nursing is to be the hallmark of learning for associate degree nursing education promoting health in our community and professionalism in nursing through provision of the basic requirements for an associate degree assuring the graduate’s ability to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN) for licensure as a Registered Nurse.
- Are you interested in working in a healthcare environment?
- Does working with people invigorate you?
- Do you want a career that is exciting, challenging and in high demand?
- Are you looking for a career that is well-paying?
If these fit your career goals, you may want to consider a career as a Registered Nurse (RN).
Casper College offers two degree options to become an RN: Associates of Science, and Associates of Applied Science. After acceptance into our program you can finish your degree in two years and be eligible to take the NCLEX-RN for licensure. The Associate of Science degree articulates with several RN to BSN programs.
Our students are prepared to transfer classroom learning into both simulated labs as well as live practicums in a wide variety of health care settings. The majority of our clinical facilities are located within 5 miles of the campus.
For more information on admissions to the program, please read the Nursing Student Guidebook listed below or click on the Frequently Asked Questions tab.
Click here to read about changes in the Nursing Program at Casper College. If you would like more information, please contact Heather Huber, Director of Nursing.
Spring Cohort: October 1-15
Fall Cohort: February 15-March 1
|LPN Advanced Placement :
Spring Cohort: October 15- November 1
Fall Cohort: March 15-April 1
If the final day of the application period falls on a weekend or holiday, we will accept applications the next business day.
Click here to download an application form. Please see the Nursing Student Guidebook for complete information regarding the application process.
Click here to download TEAS information
Clikc here to download CNA Spring 2015 Information and Schedule
Click here to download Guide to Associate Degree Nursing Spring 2015
Click here to download LPN Advanced Placement Guide 2014-2015
Click here to download Application Checklist Advanced Placement 2014-2015
Click here to download Nursing Student Handbook
Click here to download Application Checklist Nursing Program 2014-2015
Click here to download Estimated Program Expenses 2014-2015
Click here to download Program Outcomes/Assessment Results-Fall 2014
State approved and accrediting agency associated with the Nursing Program:
- Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)
(Formerly NLNAC, National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, Inc.)
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