Top 10 Best Nursing Schools in Oregon (2023)


August 31, 2022

Top 10 Best Nursing Schools in Oregon (1)

By: Staff

In nearly every industry, higher education is often connected with higher pay and employability. Nursing is no exception, and with a national nursing shortage, earning a bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) and becoming a registered nurse (RN) sets you up for a long, high-paying career.

While earning a BSN is important, where you earn a BSN may impact your career options. Each state has its own set of requirements for licensing nurses, so if you want to enjoy a nursing career in Oregon, you should consider earning a BSN at an Oregon school.

However, not all Oregon nursing programs offer a BSN, and some only offer an associate degree that prepares you for the NCLEX. If you choose one of these programs, you can always continue your education later, potentially through an online RN-BSN program.

Before selecting a nursing school in Oregon, check out the Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education (OCNE). This 17-school consortium has standardized nursing education, and studying at an OCNE community college puts you on track to end up with a BSN from a four-year OCNE institution. In 2021, 678 students graduated from an OCNE school.

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Because nursing careers take different forms, the top 10 Oregon nursing schools are ranked in no particular order.


This is a panel-reviewed selection based on several factors including,

  • Reputation
  • NCLEX pass rate
  • Tuition
  • Acceptance rate, when available
  • OnlyACENorCCNEaccredited schools are eligible

Nurse Panel

Our selection panel includes 4 Registered Nurses with over 55 years of combined nursing experience and 7 nursing degrees.

  • Tracy Everhart, MSN, RN, CNS
  • Tyler Faust, MSN, RN
  • Kathleen Gaines MSN, RN, BA, CBC
  • Leah Helmbrecht, BSN, RN

Top 10 Nursing Schools in Oregon

1. Bushnell University

Annual Tuition: $33,000 | NCLEX Pass Rate: N/A

Traditional: No

Online: Yes

Accelerated: No

Bridge: Yes

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As a private school, Oregon residents won’t receive access to in-state tuition at Bushnell University. However, they do not charge any additional University fees in the nursing programs, so students pay only for tuition and books. Courses are in a condensed 8-week format and are designed for working adults. Students also won’t be able to complete a traditional nursing program, though Bushnell University is home to one of the top RN-BSN programs in the state. The RN-BSN is available entirely online, and current RNs who study full-time can complete this program in one to two years. Bushnell also offers an MSN in Nurse Leadership and Nursing Education as well as a post-master’s nursing education certificate.

2. George Fox University

Annual Tuition: $38,860 | NCLEX Pass Rate: 87.5%

Traditional: Yes

Online: Yes

Accelerated: No

Bridge: No

George Fox University has just over 4,200 students spread across four campuses in Portland, Salem, Redmond, and Newberg, though students enrolled in the traditional BSN will study at the Newberg campus. This four-year program accepts transfer students through Running Start, a program that allows Oregon high schoolers to complete college courses. George Fox had the highest NCLEX first-time pass rate of any BSN program in Oregon in 2020 at 97.67%

3. Concordia St. Paul.

Annual Tuition: $34,600 | NCLEX Pass Rate: 87.53%

Traditional: Yes

Online: No

Accelerated: Yes

Bridge: No

Located near downtown Portland is Concordia St. Paul. Students won’t receive access to in-state tuition, but 98% of Concordia’s students receive some form of financial aid. Concordia offers a 16-month accelerated BSN program. In order to be eligible for it, you'll need to have at least 54 credits including the designated prerequisites. There are three yearly start dates in January, May, and September which gives students the opportunity to have increased flexibility with the program.

4. Linfield College

Annual Tuition: $45,132 | NCLEX Pass Rate: 86.52%

Traditional: Yes

Online: Yes

Accelerated: Yes

Bridge: Yes

With just over 2,500 enrolled students, Linfield College is one of the smaller four-year institutions on this list. However, the Linfield-Good Samaritan School of Nursing is one of the highlights of the college, so nursing students are guaranteed to get an excellent nursing education. The traditional BSN program boasts clinical class sizes of no more than eight students, and theory courses never have more than 40. Other nursing options include an online RN-BSN and a 15-month accelerated second-degree program. Linfield offers one MSN program in Leadership in Healthcare Ecosystems.

5. Oregon Health & Science University

Annual In-State Tuition: $21,347 | NCLEX Pass Rate: 69.57%-95.45% (depending on location)

Traditional: Yes

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Online: Yes

Accelerated: Yes

Bridge: Yes

Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) has several campuses across Oregon at other institutions, so nursing students can choose the region of Oregon they want to study in. Each campus offers the same three choices:

  • Traditional BSN
  • Accelerated BSN
  • RN-BSN completion program (which can also be completed online)

Depending on the location NCLEX pass rates vary greatly. OHSU-Portland’s accelerated BSN program has the highest pass rate at 95.45%. OHSU is also an excellent graduate school, so nursing students interested in a master’s of science in nursing (MSN) or a Ph.D. can complete their entire schooling through OHSU.

6. University of Portland

Annual Tuition: $51,352 | NCLEX Pass Rate: 88.59%

Traditional: Yes

Online: No

Accelerated: No

Bridge: No

With an incredible location on a bluff that overlooks Portland and the Willamette River, nursing students may be drawn to the University of Portland for its campus. But UP is also one of the top schools in the region and offers an incredible BSN program. The traditional BSN is the only option for undergraduate nursing students, though transfer students are regularly admitted into the program. Also, UP’s partnership with Providence Health and Services led to the creation of the Providence Scholars Program which covers over 80% of the BSN’s cost while guaranteeing student employment after graduation.

7. Walla Walla University - Portland

Annual Tuition: $29,487 | NCLEX Pass Rate: 93.55%

Traditional: Yes

Online: No

Accelerated: No

Bridge: Yes

Before applying to this private school, students should note that the first two years of schooling are completed at Walla Walla University’s campus in College Place, Washington. After two years, traditional BSN students enter the nursing school and complete their junior and senior years at Walla Walla’s campus in Portland, Oregon. If you already have an associate degree or have finished two years of schooling elsewhere, you can transfer directly into the program and begin your studies in Portland. An RN-BSN and LPN-BSN are also available, though neither is online.

8. Portland Community College

Annual In-State Tuition: $4,810 | NCLEX Pass Rate: 94.12%

Traditional: Yes

Online: No

Accelerated: No

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Bridge: No

While Portland Community College is a two-year institution, it has almost 73,000 full-time students. That makes PCC the largest post-secondary education institution in Oregon by a longshot. Students interested in becoming nurses could benefit from PCC’s associate of applied science in nursing (ASN). Students who complete the ASN are eligible to complete a BSN either through OHSU or Linfield College, so this can be an affordable way to begin your journey toward a BSN. In any case, ASN graduates are also on-track to become RNs and could join an RN-BSN program as well.

9. Treasure Valley Community College

Annual In-State Tuition: $5,760 | NCLEX Pass Rate: 81.82%

Traditional: Yes

Online: No

Accelerated: No

Bridge: No

Treasure Valley Community College is a regionally-accredited two-year institution in Ontario, Oregon. With just 3,000 students TVCC is one of the smaller OCNE community colleges, but student outcomes are incredibly positive. From 2015-2017, 100% of the associate degree program graduates found a job. Upon finishing the three-year associate in nursing, students are eligible to transfer into OHSU to finish their BSN. Students can also choose to take and pass the NCLEX-RN then complete an RN-BSN program elsewhere.

10. Chemeketa Community College

Annual In-State Tuition: $3,950 | NCLEX Pass Rate: 100%

Traditional: Yes

Online: No

Accelerated: No

Bridge: No

While the in-state tuition at Chemeketa Community College is low, many students end up attending the school without paying tuition. So, students looking for an affordable way to earn a BSN might want to start at Chemeketa, complete the two-year nursing associate degree, then either transfer into a BSN program or pass the NCLEX-RN and enter an RN-BSN program. Chemeketa even connects graduates to reduced-tuition online RN-BSN programs at Linfield College and the University of Wisconsin at Green Bay. Chemeketa has an impressive 100% NCLEX pass rate which is sure to gain attention from prospective nursing students.

4 Key Factors That Affect Nursing School Tuition

Keep in mind that colleges and universities reserve the right to change tuition rates at any time. The yearly tuition rates listed here will vary for each student depending on various factors including,

  • Transfer credits
  • Completed competency exams
  • Amount of credits taken per year
  • Financial aid awards

Check with the specific school for current tuition rates.

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Nurse Salary and Job Outlook

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS),

  • Oregon nurses earn an annual mean wage of $98,630.
  • Oregon employs 37,780 nurses.

Next Steps:

Once you’ve picked some schools you’re interested in, it’s time to begin the application process. While application deadlines may seem far away, time can fly – so make sure you’re finishing your applications on time!

Here are the steps to take when applying to colleges:

Contact each school’s admissions offices. The admissions office helps students complete their applications and provides valuable information throughout the process. These experts will tell you what materials you need to submit and when they’re due.

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Check to see if you meet the nursing school requirements. Nursing programs commonly have stricter admissions requirements than colleges. Keep in mind that admission into a college does not guarantee nursing school admission! Also, note that most nursing programs make you apply after one or two years of undergraduate study. Make sure you’re on track to be eligible for nursing school.

Submit your application(s). Once you’ve gathered all the necessary materials, the final step is to submit your applications. While you may have a dream school, it’s always a good idea to apply to multiple schools. You never know who might offer you the best scholarship!

Materials you need to submit include:

  • High school transcript (GPA)
  • ACT and/or SAT scores
  • College entrance essay(s)
  • Letter(s) of recommendation

Some schools and nursing programs may require additional materials. If you ever have a question, contact that school’s admissions office.

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Important considerations when comparing schools:

No two schools are alike, and you may find yourself split between multiple schools. Picking one school over another is a tough decision, but it’s one that needs to be made. When in doubt, choose the school that fits you and your personal goals best.

Factors to consider when comparing schools include:

  • Annual tuition and total nursing program cost
  • Financial aid, scholarships, and grants offered
  • Cost of living on-campus or in the area
  • Distance from hospitals
  • School and nursing program acceptance rate
  • NCLEX pass rate
  • Type of program (BSN or associate degree)
  • Program outcomes
  • Accreditation (regional and national)

Why you should care about the nursing program’s accreditation

Accrediting bodies are tasked with evaluating the quality of schools and programs. Along with choosing a regionally or nationally accredited school, you should pick a program that’s been accredited by a nursing accreditation organization.

The two nursing accreditation organizations to look for are

Degrees from unaccredited schools and programs might make you ineligible for federal financial aid, and you could have trouble finding a job after graduation.

Getting a License in Oregon

Oregon may not have many BSN programs, but the state accepts a variety of nursing programs as prerequisites for licensure – including some that are not accredited by a nursing accreditation body.

While Oregon may accept these schools as adequate choices to become licensed, not all states may agree. When in doubt, always choose an accredited institution and program.

To get a license in Oregon, you’ll need to:

  • Study at an approved nursing school
  • Take and pass the NCLEX-RN
  • Pass a criminal background check, submit your fingerprints, and pay an application fee
  • Apply online through the Oregon State Board of Nursing

Every school on our list is accredited and approved by Oregon. Completing the nursing program puts you on track to sit for and pass the NCLEX-RN.


As one of the highest paying states for nurses, Oregon is a top destination for all types of nurses. Oregon also employs more nurses per capita than some of its neighbors, so it could be easier to find a position in Oregon than in nearby states. While Oregon doesn’t have many BSN programs, the ones it does have are certainly high-quality. If you earn an associate degree and become an RN, you can always complete your BSN online.

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What is the #1 nursing school in the US? ›

#1: Duke University

The National League for Nursing has designated the Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) a Center of Excellence on six separate occasions. The school consistently ranks among the best in the nation in U.S. News & World Report's top MSN and DNP programs.

Which school is the best school for nursing? ›

Top Nursing Schools
1University at Buffalo100
2University of Iowa99.75
3Stony Brook University98.25
4University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill98
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What is the number 1 nursing school in the world? ›

The rankings highlight the world's top universities in 48 different subject areas (as of 2019) based on academic reputation, employer reputation, and research impact. This is the fourth consecutive year that Penn Nursing has taken the top spot.

How many nursing programs are in Oregon? ›

23 schools with nursing programs in Oregon are in our database (see below). 16 colleges and universities offer associate's degrees or certificates in nursing. 7 colleges and universities offer bachelor's degrees in nursing. 2 colleges and universities offer master's or advanced degrees in nursing.

What is the hardest class in RN program? ›

Hardest Nursing School Classes
  • Pathophysiology. In this course, students learn how different anatomical systems work and how diseases or injuries affect these systems. ...
  • Pharmacology. ...
  • Medical Surgical 1 (also known as Adult Health 1) ...
  • Evidence-Based Practice.

What state are nurses the happiest? ›

Best States for Nurses Satisfaction and Happiness
  • Minnesota (Quality of life ranking #2, Hospital rating by nurses 86%)
  • Wisconsin (Quality of life ranking #3, Hospital rating by nurses 88%)
  • Oregon (Quality of life ranking #18, Hospital rating by nurses inconclusive)
15 Feb 2022

Is nursing a difficult major? ›

Nursing requires more dedication than many other careers. However, it's one of the most rewarding jobs you can have. Nursing school is notoriously difficult—and it's not for everyone. Graduate school is challenging as well.

What degree in nursing is the best? ›

The highest level of nursing education is the doctoral level. Positions that require doctoral nursing degrees include certain types of advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs), as well as leadership positions such as chief nursing officer or director of nursing.

What's the hardest semester in nursing school? ›

Health Assessment: the hardest semester of nursing school

Health assessment will likely be one of the initial courses you'll take in nursing school, and it involves delving into the various body systems and learning how to assess patients from head to toe.

What state has the best nursing? ›

  1. New York. New York has come in as #1 among the best states for nurses. ...
  2. Colorado. Colorado was the fourth state in the nation to join the Nurse Licensure Compact. ...
  3. Maryland. ...
  4. 4. California. ...
  5. Texas. ...
  6. Arizona. ...
  7. Washington. ...
  8. Georgia.

Which country pays rn the most? ›

15 Highest Paying Countries in need of Nurses
  • Canada. Average Annual Nursing Salary: $71,590. ...
  • Switzerland. Average Annual Nursing Salary: $85,927. ...
  • Australia. Average Annual Nursing Salary: $75,000. ...
  • Ireland. Average Annual Nursing Salary: $42,000. ...
  • United States. Average Annual Nursing Salary: $75,300. ...
  • Chile. ...
  • New Zealand. ...
  • Germany.
22 Jan 2022

Who is the greatest nurse of all time? ›

International Nurses Day is celebrated on the birthday of perhaps the most famous nurse, Florence Nightingale. Through the years, the nursing profession has seen people from all walks of life find a career full of passion and dedication.

How much is a nurse paid in Oregon? ›

Registered nurses in Oregon earn an average of $98,630 per year (or $47.42 per hour). Oregon registered nurses earn 19% higher than the national average salary for RNs, at $82,750 (or $39.78 per hour).

How much do Kaiser nurses make in Oregon? ›

How much does a Kaiser RN make in Oregon? As of Oct 13, 2022, the average annual pay for the Kaiser RN jobs category in Oregon is $120,870 a year. Just in case you need a simple salary calculator, that works out to be approximately $58.11 an hour. This is the equivalent of $2,324/week or $10,072/month.

Is Oregon a good state for nurses? ›

Despite the stresses of the occupation, nurses are generally well-rewarded for their life-saving work.
2020's Best & Worst States for Nurses – Oregon Ranked #1 for Best States for Nurses.
Overall Rank (1=Best)1
Total Score58.15
'Opportunity & Competition' Rank13
'Work Environment' Rank3
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What is the easiest nursing school to pass? ›

Easiest Schools with Nursing Programs
School# of Nursing StudentsBSN NCLEX 1st Time Pass Rate
Cox College23690%
D'Youville College25985%
Herzing University – Madison24853%
The University of Texas at El Paso44598%
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13 Feb 2020

What is the easiest kind of nursing? ›

Easiest Nursing Jobs Availabile
  • Clinic Nurse. ...
  • Traveling Nurse. ...
  • School Nurse. ...
  • Summer Camp Nurse. Average Annual Salary: N/A. ...
  • Nurse Administrator. Average Annual Salary: $68,000. ...
  • Public Health Nurse. Average Annual Salary: $56,000. ...
  • Researcher Nurse. Average Annual Salary: $62,000. ...
  • Home Health Nurse. Average Annual Salary: $64,000.
31 Aug 2022

What is the most stressful nursing job? ›

The most stressful nursing jobs include ICU nurse, ER nurse, and NICU nurse. In these roles, nurses work in an intense environment with high stakes. They manage emergency situations and care for critically ill patients. Other stressful nursing jobs include OR nursing, oncology nursing, and psychiatric nursing.

Which field of nursing has the highest burnout rate? ›

Critical care nurses tend to suffer the highest rates of burnout. Critical care specialties include the emergency department (ED) and intensive care unit (ICU). Emergency department nurses tend to experience the highest rates of burnout.

Which area of nursing is the least stressful? ›

The 10 Least Stressful Nursing Jobs This Year (2022)
  • Nurse Educators. ...
  • Institutional Nurses. ...
  • Research Nurses. ...
  • Public Health Nurses. ...
  • Occupational Health Nurses. ...
  • Case Management Nurses. ...
  • Home Health Nurses. ...
  • Clinic Nurses.
6 Jul 2022

Is becoming a nurse worth it? ›

Becoming a Registered Nurse is a solid career choice when it comes to job security, salary potential, and fulfillment. For nurses who plan to work in California, the rewards and opportunities are even more promising. The average registered nurse salary in California is often higher than any other state!

Why is becoming an RN so hard? ›

The main reason why nursing school is challenging is because it involves learning about complicated nursing concepts and practical skills, then applying that information into diverse patient care scenarios — going well beyond memorizing facts. While it is challenging, nursing school is not impossible.

What should you study before nursing school? ›

Topics to review before nursing school starts
  • Fluids, fluids and more fluids. ...
  • Cardiovascular System. ...
  • Pulmonary System. ...
  • Renal System. ...
  • Acid/Base Balance. ...
  • Electrolytes. ...
  • Endocrine System and Feedback Loops. ...
  • Dimensional Analysis.
27 Jul 2017

Which nurses are the happiest? ›

There are countless nursing specialties that one can choose from, especially given the ongoing nursing shortage. But found that nurse educators, home health nurses, nurse managers, OR-perioperative nurses, and pediatric nurses reported the highest levels of job satisfaction.

How many hours a day should I study for nursing school? ›

How many hours a day should I study for nursing school? Everyone is different, but in general, it is recommended that nursing school students study anywhere from 2-4 hours a day. Committing class material to memory is essential to becoming a registered nurse, so the more time studying, the better!

What is the most important class in nursing school? ›

Health Assessment and Promotion is one of the most important classes you take in nursing school. Having a firm grasp on the fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology will prove helpful as you navigate your way through Health Assessment and Promotion.

Is nursing school harder than NCLEX? ›

Unlike nursing school exams, which test for knowledge, the NCLEX tests your ability to apply and analyze situations using the nursing knowledge you gained in school. Logic and critical thinking, rather than rote memorization, are emphasized in this test—making it much more difficult and comprehensive.

What is the #2 nursing school in the US? ›

Duke University

#2 Best Colleges for Nursing in America.

Which nursing course is best in USA? ›

Top Universities in USA for Nursing Course
  • University of Pennsylvania.
  • Johns Hopkins University.
  • University of Washington.
  • Yale University.
  • University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
24 Jul 2022

Which state is best for nursing in us? ›

  1. New York. New York has come in as #1 among the best states for nurses. ...
  2. Colorado. Colorado was the fourth state in the nation to join the Nurse Licensure Compact. ...
  3. Maryland. ...
  4. 4. California. ...
  5. Texas. ...
  6. Arizona. ...
  7. Washington. ...
  8. Georgia.

Who started the 1st nursing school? ›

A Polar-Area Diagram, Invented by Florence Nightingale

Florence in 1860 established nightingale nursing school as the first nursing school in the world (4). With the establishment of this school, she changed nursing to a respectful profession.

What is the hardest semester of nursing school? ›

Health Assessment: the hardest semester of nursing school

Health assessment will likely be one of the initial courses you'll take in nursing school, and it involves delving into the various body systems and learning how to assess patients from head to toe.

What GPA is required for nursing in USA? ›

Academic Requirement: A minimum cumulative of 2.0 GPA in high school levels with a minimum GPA of 3.0 in pre-requisite courses such as general chemistry, organic chemistry, anatomy, nutrition, physiology etc.

Is an RN 2 or 4 years all together? ›

Takes 4 years. Also referred to as Baccalaureate degree. Offered at many California State Universities and some private colleges. Prepares you to provide registered nursing care in numerous settings and to move to administrative and leadership positions.

Which nursing career is best? ›

The top 4 highest paying nursing jobs
  • Certified registered nurse anesthetist. Average: $195,610/year. ...
  • Dean of nursing. Average: $188,778/year. ...
  • General nurse practitioner. Average: $120,680/year. ...
  • Certified nurse midwife. ...
  • Gerontological nurse practitioner. ...
  • Family nurse practitioner. ...
  • School nurse. ...
  • Nurse educator.

Which nursing field is in highest demand? ›

General Nurse Practitioner

General nurse practitioners are often more readily available than doctors and are being hired in many doctor's offices to assist in caring for patients. In rural areas where doctors can be scarce, the demand for general nurse practitioners is very high.

What is the lowest paying state for nurses? ›

The Lowest-Paying States for RNs
  • South Dakota ($60,540)
  • Alabama ($61,920)
  • Mississippi ($63,130)
  • Iowa ($64,990)
  • Arkansas ($65,810)

Where is the best place to live as a nurse? ›

The Top 10 Cities for Nurses
  • Atlanta, Georgia. ...
  • Boston, Massachusetts. ...
  • San Diego, California. ...
  • Los Angeles, California. ...
  • New York City, New York. ...
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. ...
  • San Antonio, Texas. ...
  • El Paso, Texas.
28 Jun 2022

Which area of nursing is the easiest? ›

Easiest Nursing Jobs Availabile
  • Clinic Nurse. ...
  • Traveling Nurse. ...
  • School Nurse. ...
  • Summer Camp Nurse. Average Annual Salary: N/A. ...
  • Nurse Administrator. Average Annual Salary: $68,000. ...
  • Public Health Nurse. Average Annual Salary: $56,000. ...
  • Researcher Nurse. Average Annual Salary: $62,000. ...
  • Home Health Nurse. Average Annual Salary: $64,000.
31 Aug 2022

What killed Nightingale? ›

She died non compos mentis at age 90 of “old age and heart failure.” Since Nightingale's death, biographers, historians, nurses, and physicians have debated the cause of her strange illness, with some convinced that it had an organic basis and others convinced that her symptoms were the product of a neurosis.

Who is the mother of nursing? ›

Florence Nightingale: The Mother of Nursing.

How old is nursing? ›

THE BEGINNINGS OF NURSE EDUCATION. While female caretakers have existed in some form for millennia, the nursing profession as it is known today has origins in the 18th and 19th centuries. Initially, most care occurred at home or, in the Catholic Church, was provided by esteemed monks, nuns, and deaconesses.


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