Welcome from the President

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Welcome to Bellin College! Since 1909, we have been educating students for healthcare professions. Our array of program options includes various degree choices in nursing, medical imaging, and physical therapy. The College provides a rich and stimulating environment that promotes learning, leadership, and community service. We work closely with our advisory committees to design an educational program that will provide you with a solid education. Our program options include certificate, bachelor’s, master’s, and terminal degree options. As a future healthcare leader, you will have an impact on individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations. You will learn and grow beyond your expectations. The College values of excellence, integrity, community, and caring are seen in all our work and interactions with our students, board members, alumni, friends, and the community. Personally, I have been a part of the College for more than 30 years and truly value all that Bellin College has to offer.

The Board of Trustees, faculty, staff, and administration are committed to the academic success of our students. With our two campus locations, the Resch Campus, located on Eaton Road, and the Van Asten Campus located Development Drive, we offer an array of services and amenities for our students. Our faculty members prepare students for healthcare professions and provide multiple opportunities for them to learn the latest innovations through classroom, lab, simulation, and clinical settings. These learning experiences enrich the students’ application of critical thinking and clinical judgement, which is necessary for success in today’s evolving healthcare world. A Bellin College education prepares graduates to deliver excellent patient experience. We are proud to say Bellin College graduates make a difference in their profession, community, and society. Our graduates reach their goals through lifelong learning and as leaders in healthcare.

The Bellin College Guide, Handbook and Catalog will acquaint you with many aspects of Bellin College. In the following pages, you will see descriptions of services and related policies and procedures that will affect you while you are enrolled in our programs. I encourage you to review the guide and become familiar with its contents. This is an excellent resource for you with valuable information located in one place. The College team will work with you to assure you are prepared for your role as a healthcare leader.

I wish you success this year and look forward to working with you on campus! There is always something new and exciting at Bellin College!


Dr. Connie J. Boerst
Connie J. Boerst, EdD, RN
Professor of Nursing

August 2023 if discrepancies exist between official Bellin College Guide Handbooks & Catalog, printed materials, and electronic information, the most current digital copy of the Guide available on the College website shall have precedence unless other sources specifically state that they are the official source in lieu of the digital copy of the Guide.

The Bellin College Guide Handbooks & Catalog is not intended to create or represent a contractual relationship between the College and any student. The Bellin College Guide Handbooks & Catalog, in conjunction with other official College documents such as Financial Aid Policies and Procedures, is intended to provide a student reference for rules, regulations, policies and procedures governing student behavior and the College’s expectations of its students. The College reserves the right to change the requirements published in this Guide at any time. The College reserves the right to change the program of study as needed to fulfill state approval and national certification requirements.

Students are responsible to become familiar with information in all of the listed College documents and adhere to the policies contained in these documents. Bellin College reserves the right to make changes in its policies and procedures as conditions warrant.

Disclaimer: We reserve the right to alter the course schedule (theory, lab, or clinical) and delivery method of coursework on short notice.