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We are committed to supporting you in your quest to earn a college degree – from the first time you visit our campus right through graduation and beyond. The campus in Wauwatosa also offers on-site child care. Our Children’s College is available for ages 3 to 12 and provides a caring environment for your child while you attend classes. We understand how challenging it can be to set a class schedule around work, let alone child care, which is why we pride ourselves on being one of the few colleges with child care in Milwaukee.
Bryant & Stratton College’s commitment to providing students with a career-ready education is evident at the Wauwatosa campus. We feature a practical Nursing diploma, an associate degree in Nursing, a bachelor’s in Nursing and students have access to a full nursing lab classroom that provides the setting for practice of the hands-on care required in the nursing field. The Wauwatosa campus does not require students to petition or experience a wait list to enter the nursing program. Immediate acceptance allows students to begin to take nursing classes in their first semester in the LPN and ADN programs and in their second semester for the BSN program. Additionally, students in the Medical Assisting associate degree program use our medical assisting lab throughout their degree program.
We have a number of interactive computer labs and an on-site library. So whether you’re pursuing an associate degree in Paralegal Studies or our Physical Therapist Assistant degree, you have the on-campus resources to aid in your success. The Bryant & Stratton College campus in Wauwatosa offers 10 academic programs that will provide the education necessary to start your career.
Bryant & Stratton College’s three Milwaukee campuses have recently introduced men’s and women’s basketball along with men’s golf, the three newest additions to the Bryant & Stratton College athletic program. Those who play all three sports will participate in the highly competitive NJCAA Division II, and the Bobcats athletic program is poised to become a major player in collegiate sports in Wisconsin and the nation while offering scholarships to our student athletes.
Students are encouraged to call to set up a free campus tour to learn more about their program of interest and our campus amenities and to have any additional questions addressed. Staff on the Wauwatosa campus can be reached at 414-302-7000. We look forward to seeing you on campus soon.