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Programs include LPN/LVN, ADN, BSN, MSN, and more

Every student wants to study in an environment that best suits her learning style. Size is a critical factor for determining whether a school is the right fit. Some students prefer a large school spread out across a wide campus, while others prefer a more intimate environment with a close-knit student body. No matter which environment you prefer, the state of Wyoming has a nursing school that can suit your goals.

Central Wyoming College in Riverton has a cozy student body of just under 2,000 students. This community college focuses its nursing education on the associate’s degree in nursing (ADN) program for aspiring registered nurses (RNs). By contrast, University of Wyoming, the state’s flagship public university, has nearly 14,000 students. UW offers a breadth of nursing programs, including a prelicensure bachelor of science in nursing (BSN), a master of science in nursing (MSN), and several graduate certificates.

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While both small schools like Central Wyoming and large schools like UW offer quality nursing programs at an affordable cost, there are important differences. Small colleges offer more opportunities to interact with professors and peers. Large universities provide a breadth of course offerings to a more diverse student body. It is ultimately up to the student to decide which advantages matter most to her.

We understand how important it is to find a nursing program that fits your learning style and objectives. For this reason, we have compiled below a list of Wyoming’s best nursing schools, arranged from largest to smallest.

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