WSU Nursing at Ogden-Weber Applied Technology College
Weber State University/Ogden-Weber Applied Technology College
Contractual Nursing - OWATC Campus
Ogden-Weber Applied Technology College
200 North Washington Blvd
Ogden, UT 84404
WSU offers a contractual PN to RN nursing program at the Ogden-Weber Applied Technology College located in Ogden, Utah. The nursing faculty is housed on the OWATC campus.
Only for current PN students at OWATC. If admitted to this program you are enrolled at WSU but take your nursing courses at the OWATC campus. Students take any other prerequisite or support courses they may need through WSU or some other regionally accredited college or university.
The PN to RN program is available at this campus.
Checklists and Applications:
- Important Numbers (pdf)
- PN to RN Brochure (pdf)
- Course Transfer Guide
- WSU/OWATC PN to RN Curriculum (pdf)
- WSU/OWATC PN to RN Program Applicant Checklist for Fall 2016 (pdf)
- WSU/OWATC PN to RN Program Application packet (pdf) - the application deadline for the WSU/OWATC PN to RN program for Fall 2015 has passed. Applications for the Fall 2016 program will be available beginning mid-January 2016 with the application deadline being March 4, 2016. Fall 2016 program starts August 29, 2016. (Only for students enrolled Fall 2015/Spring 2016 in the OWATC PN program.)
If you have questions about the program and/or are interested in pursuing the WSU/OWATC PN to RN program, contact the School of Nursing Enrollment Director by e-mail at email@example.com or by phone (801) 626-6753. The School of Nursing Enrollment Director, Robert Holt, is available to answer your questions about applications, prerequisite courses, transfer credits, and general counseling.
School of Nursing Chair: Susan Thornock, EdD, RN
WSU/OWATC Campus Facilitator: Mary Lou Morales, MSN, RN-BC, CNS, CNE
Contact: Rob Holt (801) 626-7774
Monica Bottelberghe, Jami Cottle
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