Wonder if you should be a nurse?

Ask yourself these questions:

  1. Am I good in math and science?
  2. Do I like to help others?
  3. Can I handle physical work?
  4. Am I comfortable working 12-hour shifts, flexible hours, nights, weekends, holidays?
  5. Can I calmly manage stressful, unpleasant situations?
  6. Do I consider myself to be patient, empathetic, emotionally mature, and kind?
  7. Am I comfortable providing intimate care such as taking someone to the bathroom, helping them bathe and dress, feeding them?

If you answered YES to these questions, then nursing may be a good fit for you.

Find out more about the nursing program at MSU Denver

Is nursing not quite the right fit, or did you apply and not get into the nursing program?

Need help in your classes?



Tutoring is free and available for most subjects at MSU Denver. Don’t wait until your grade is in jeopardy, reach out for help with your courses early and make the grades you need!

Writing Center

The Writing Center can help with any writing assignment, in any stage of the writing process. The center is open online and on campus – see link for specific hours and opportunities. You can also “drop off” your paper through Doc Drop to receive feedback. This is a free service, too!

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Student Resources

MSU Denver offers resources to students to help with a myriad of concerns, academic or personal. Please explore the many options available to you.

Campus Resources

Meet with a Pre-Nursing Advisor

Call or email to schedule an advising appointment.


[email protected]


Pre-Nursing Advising office:
West Classroom Suite 153