VermillionNursing Vermillion campus

Students may complete the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) program at our main campus in Vermillion, a city of 10,000 near the Iowa-South Dakota border. Vermillion boasts a thriving downtown scene that includes bars, restaurants and a movie theater, and is under an hour from the larger metro areas of Sioux City, Iowa and Sioux Falls, South Dakota.


PierreCUC

Students may complete the B.S.N. program at the Capital University Center in Pierre. The capital city offers lots of recreational activities, including camping at Farm Island recreation area, hunting during pheasant season and exploring the Mount Rushmore State's rich culture at the South Dakota State Historical Society Museum.

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Rapid CityRapid City

Students may complete the B.S.N. program at the Health Sciences Building in Rapid City. Nestled in the famous Black Hills, Rapid City is the second-largest city in South Dakota, offering the best of both city and country life. Visit American landmark Mount Rushmore, see original South Dakota fossils at the Museum of Geology or grab a bite to eat at any of the fine restaurants in downtown Rapid City.

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Sioux FallsSioux Falls Nursing Building

Students may complete the B.S.N. program at the Sanford Education Center in the state's largest city. Located along the Big Sioux River, Sioux Falls offers a big-city atmosphere with a small-town feel. Movie theaters, fine dining, a large shopping mall and the picturesque Falls Park make the Queen City a great place to live.

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WatertownLake Area Technical Institute

Students may complete the L.P.N. to A.S.N. program at Lake Area Technical Institute in Watertown. Home of the famous South Dakota artist Terry Redlin, Watertown boasts historical and cultural sites like the Redlin Art Center, the Goss Opera House and Mellette House, the beautifully restored 1885 home of South Dakota's first governor.

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Online

Our R.N.-B.S.N. program is offered exclusively online, a convenient alternative to traditional nursing school.

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