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Denver College of Nursing
1401 19th Street Denver, CO 80202 1 800 600 6604

Denver College of Nursing is an institution focused solely on the science and art of Nursing. 

Conveniently located in downtown Denver, the Denver College of Nursing is uniquely qualified to provide students with the rigorous nursing education they need to launch or grow their careers as nursing professionals. Comprehensive curricula taught by dedicated faculty provides students with the knowledge, skills and dispositions needed to enter and then excel in the nursing profession. Regardless of your choice of program, we can assure you that every single student you meet at Denver College of Nursing will share your passion and your goal… to become the very best Nurse possible.

Why should you choose the Denver College of Nursing?


DCN offers four start dates per year for our Bachelor of Science in Nursing program and two start dates per year for our Associate Degree in Nursing program. Our NCLEX pass rates are consistently above the national average for these programs. We have thousands of Graduates working worldwide and there are opportunities for international clinical via DCN Global Health Perspectives. For the working Nurse seeking continuing education, we offer 100% online RN to BSN and Masters of Science in Nursing. All of DCN’s programs are programmatically and regionally accredited.

The passion of our students is shared by the passion of our faculty, which is evident in everything they do, from mentoring students and classroom instruction, to overseeing our student favorite, High Tech Simulation labs and directing clinical experiences. Their collective goal is to nurture our students as they help them to acquire the knowledge and skills they need to succeed as nurses and make a positive difference in their patients’ lives.

Learn more about how you can get started on your journey to complete your nursing education at the Denver College of Nursing by exploring our comprehensive website or requesting more information