Nursing at EWU

Caring for People Across their Lifespan

The BSN degree program provides transformative educational experiences to create a culture of excellence in the art and science of nursing.  Our graduates are life-long learners prepared to practice with integrity and compassion as they care for people across the lifespan in various healthcare settings.

Eastern’s Nursing educates a diverse cadre of future nurse leaders who will transform health and health systems in the communities they serve.

Accepting applications Jan. 2023!



New Degree.
New Location.

Starting in January 2023, students can apply for admission to the EWU nursing program, with an inaugural cohort of 40 students starting during fall semester of 2023. Another 40 students will be admitted in spring 2024.

Eastern’s nursing program will be housed inside the SIERR Building, located at 850 E. Spokane Falls Blvd. on the furthest east extension of the University District, near downtown Spokane. The program’s location within the Health Peninsula — a hub for research, development and advancement of health sciences — will help to further strengthen the university’s partnerships with other health education centers in the area.

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SIERR Building, Spokane, WA

Why Study Nursing at EWU?

We are dedicated to student success and academic excellence.

Job Demand

You can help address the national shortage of nurses.

Affordable Education

You don't have to sacrifice quality to get an education you can afford.

Small Class Sizes

Most classes are limited in size, which allows professors to devote time to individual students.

Our Values

Person-centered care

Holistic Care




Evidence-based practice

Financial Details

EWU offers affordable tuition. For more information on Finanacial Aid, Scholarships and Grants, please visit the EWU Financial Aid page at