Board of Registered Nursing

The Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) is a state governmental agency established by law to protect the public by regulating the practice of registered nurses. The BRN is responsible for implementation and enforcement of the Nursing Practice Act: the laws related to nursing education, licensure, practice, and discipline. The Nursing Practice Act created a nine-member Board which serves as the BRN decision-making body.

For more information on the BRN please visit:

1428 Student Participation.pdf


Continuing Approval Visit

BRN Continuing Approval Self-Study Report.pdf​ 



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