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Wyoming Nursing Schools

Accredited Nursing Schools in Wyoming

In Wyoming and in other US states, our experts help nursing students and nursing schools connect. Below is our list of nursing schools in Wyoming accredited by at least one of the two major US nursing commissions: Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission (NLNAC or NLN). Browse our list of accredited online nursing schools and Wyoming campus locations, then request free information from any or all Wyoming nursing schools that have provided online information request forms. To view another US state, please visit our all nursing schools guide home page.

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Wyoming Nursing Schools No classes to attend, complete virtually 100% of your coursework from the comfort of your home. Currently licensed LPN's and RN's in Wyoming are pre-approved for financing. Fast-track options are available for most Wyoming nursing programs, however, you can complete your coursework at your own pace. Academic advisors are available 8am to 11pm Monday through Friday, and The College Network guarantees your academic success. Currently The College Network education partners are the National League for Nursing, Angelo State University, Bellevue University, Boston University, Cornell University, Deaconess College, Indiana State University, Regis University, Salve Regina University, University of Southern California, and Vicennes University. The first step to advancing your nursing career is to request free information from The College Network.

Wyoming Nursing Degrees: Request Free Info

  • Licensed Practical Nurse to Associate of Science in Nursing LPN to ASN
    Note: commonly referred to as LPN to Registered Nurse LPN to RN
  • Licensed Practical Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing LPN to BSN
  • Licensed Vocational Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing LVN to BSN
    Note: LVN to BSN please select "LPN to BSN" when requesting info
  • Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing RN to BSN
  • Diploma/Foreign Trained RN to BSN (must be licensed RN)
  • Registered Nurse to Master of Science in Nursing RN to MSN
  • Master of Science in Nursing MSN, BSN to MSN

Wyoming Healthcare Degrees: Request Free Info

  • Bachelor of Business Administration with Minor in Healthcare
  • Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management (Informatics)
  • Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Public Administration with Healthcare Minor
  • Master of Business Administration MBA Healthcare Management
  • Master of Science in Healthcare Administration

Accredited Nursing Schools in Wyoming

RNs: To be qualified for licensure in Wyoming, prospective nurses must be a graduate of a state-approved nursing education program. Applicants for licensure must also file an application with the Wyoming State Board of Nurses, submit nursing education program transcripts, and provide a self-inquiry report from the Healthcare Integrity Protection Data Bank. NCLEX-RN scores are also required. For license renewal, RNs are expected to complete continuing education and practice hours depending on whether theyíve been licensed for 2 years or 5 years. In addition, they must prove completion of the NCLEX-RN examination, national certification in a specialty area or completion of a refresher course within 5 years. Wyoming currently employs approximately 4,700 RNs, with the average annual salary coming to $58,060.

LPNs: To be qualified for licensure in Wyoming, prospective nurses must be a graduate of a state-approved nursing education program. Applicants for licensure must also file an application with the Wyoming State Board of Nurses, submit nursing education program transcripts, and provide a self-inquiry report from Healthcare Integrity Protection Data Bank. NCLEX-PN scores are also required. For license renewal, LPNs are expected to complete continuing education and practice hours depending on whether theyíve been licensed for 2 years or 5 years. In addition, they must prove completion of the NCLEX-PN examination, national certification in a specialty area or completion of a refresher course within 5 years. Wyoming currently employs approximately 730 LPNs, with the average annual salary coming to $39,380.

The Best Cities in Wyoming for Nursing Jobs

  • Cheyenne. As the capital and largest city in Wyoming, Cheyenne has an approximate population of 56,160 according to the 2007 Census. Proud of its roots as a Western frontier city, every year in July, Cheyenne hosts the largest outdoor rodeo in the United States called Cheyenne Frontier Days, which includes parades, rodeo events, concerts and a carnival.
    • RNs: Cheyenne currently employs approximately 1,040 RNs, with the average annual salary coming to $64,540.
    • LPNS: Cheyenne currently employs approximately 190 LPNs, with the average annual salary coming to $41,020.
  • Casper. Known as "The Oil City" for its proximity to where crude oil was first discovered in the 1890s, Casper is located in eastern central Wyoming with a population of 53,569 according to the 2007 census. Priding itself on its cowboy culture, Casper is home to museums and historic sites, a flourishing arts community, and is a regional hub for the crude oil and gas industry.
    • RNs: Casper currently employs approximately 850 RNs, with the average annual salary coming to $59,170.
    • LPNS: Casper currently employs approximately 60 LPNs, with the average annual salary coming to $43,160.
  • Laramie. Located in the southeastern portion of Wyoming, Laramie is the third largest city in the state and home to the University of Wyoming. Cultural attractions in Laramie include beautiful recreational parks, museums and theme parks. Laramie is also home to twenty National Register of Historic Places sites including the Downtown Laramie Historic District.
    • RNs: Laramie is located in the Southeastern Wyoming nonmetropolitan area, which currently employs approximately 630 RNs, with the average annual salary coming to $58,170.
    • LPNS: Laramie is located in Southeastern Wyoming nonmetropolitan area, which currently employs approximately 110 LPNs, with the average annual salary coming to $34,080.

Major Hospitals in Wyoming

  • Cheyenne Regional Medical Center. Located in the state capital of Cheyenne, Cheyenne Regional Medical Center has prided itself on its patient care and innovated technology for almost 150 years. Home of the Wyoming Heart & Vascular Institute, this hospital also offers services in home and hospice care, rehabilitation, behavioral health services, and diabetes self management.
  • VA Medical Center. Since 1934, the Veterans Affairs Medical Center of Cheyenne has served veterans from southeastern Wyoming, southwestern Nebraska and northeastern Colorado. This VA Center is academically partnered with University of Wyoming, offering residency and training to all medical and surgical disciplines as well as nursing, social work and pharmacy.
  • Ivinson Memorial Hospital. Located in Laramie, Ivinson Memorial Hospital offers specialty care in oncology, rehabilitation, dialysis, cardiopulmonary services, specialized procedures such as IV therapy and blood transfusions, nutritional counseling and acute and emergency care services. The hospital also offers a Community Education program that gives classes in prenatal preparation, nutrition, CPR and smoking cessation.
  • Wyoming Medical Center. Located in Casper, Wyoming Medical Center has been in operation since 1911. The hospital is currently in pursuit of acknowledgment by the Magnet Recognition program, which is sponsored by the American Nursing Credentialing Center (ANCC). This program rewards hospitals with nursing programs that contribute to research, education and a steady support service for experienced, well-trained nurses.
  • Mountain View Regional Medical Center. Since 2008, Mountain View Regional Medical Center has been serving the residents of Casper in neurosurgery, pain management, plastic surgery and many other disciplines. Accredited by the Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program (HFAP), physician-owned Mountain View has received the Mountain-Pacific Quality Health Award for its quality healthcare.

University of Wyoming School of Nursing
Nursing School Location: Laramie, Wyoming
Nursing Degree Programs: BSN, MSN
School Founded In: 1886
Nursing Accredited By: Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
Nursing School Website: http://www.uwyo.edu