5/25/2016 - WITC is still auditing student records. This process should be completed on June 2. Statements of Graduation will be approved with the WI Dept. of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS) and MN Board of Nursing at that time. Please check back after June 3 for further updates. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the following:
Between May 27-June 7, contact Shane Evenson @
800/243-9482 x2280 as Lisa Hall will be out of the office
After June 7, contact Lisa Hall @ firstname.lastname@example.org or 800/243-9482 x2221
RN Graduates and PN-NCLEX Eligible Students
If you are graduating from the ADN program, or are eligible to sit for PN-NCLEX, this page is for you!!
WITC’s process of graduating or completing the students’ records may take up to 15 business days AFTER GRADUATION to complete. Statements of Graduation or Completion will NOT be approved/submitted until all campuses have conferred student records. The Boards of Nursing will require an additional 15-20 business days to process the applications.
In order to give WITC and the applicable Board of Nursing time to process all the paperwork, WITC will only respond to inquiries regarding the process 6 weeks after graduation. Updates will be posted on this web page as they occur.
543-101 through 543-108 courses Written Communication
Oral/Interpersonal Communication Developmental Psychology
General Anatomy & Physiology Advanced Anatomy & Physiology
7. Complete NCLEX application http://home.pearsonvue.com/Home.aspx
8. Check your email for information/problems with your record and/or Statement of Graduation or Completion.
Three weeks after graduation, please check this page for updated information as to when the Statements of Graduation or Completion have been submitted/approved.
This web page and your student email will be the only notifications you will receive from us.
After all campuses have conferred student records (which may take up to 15 business days after graduation):
Application and Statement of Graduation information is on the next page.Back to Associate Degree Nursing Home Page