Healthcare Organization Partnerships – Degrees in Healthcare

The healthcare industry offers strong employment prospects for college graduates. Lewis University recognizes this demand and values the partnerships with healthcare organizations to help healthcare professionals advance their careers with affordable tuition.

Lewis University Offers Flexible Class Schedules for Working Adults

  • Accelerated undergraduate and graduate programs taught in eight-week sessions during the day and evening.
  • Traditional 16-week courses also available during the day and evening.
  • Blended courses which are a combination of traditional classroom sessions and online learning.
  • Online courses taught completely over the internet.
  • Professional development seminars offered on weekends.
  • Convenient locations in Romeoville and Oak Brook.
  • Ongoing enrollment periods throughout the calendar year, so you can begin your program during Fall, Spring, or Summer semesters.

The baccalaureate degree program in nursing/master’s degree program in nursing/Doctor of Nursing Practice program and post-graduate APRN certificate program at Lewis University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (

The following degrees in healthcare offered at Lewis University are eligible for tuition discounts through employer partnerships:

Undergraduate Degrees

Graduate Degrees

The following healthcare organizations are currently partnered with Lewis University:


Employee Discount Form

Current Lewis University Partner Discounts:

Please select an item.

Don’t see your employer on the list?
Lewis University partners with many types of organizations. Introduce your employer to the benefits of partnering with Lewis University by contacting Rita Herrick in the Office of Graduate Admission at (815) 836-5552 or to get started.

Next Steps:

  1. Apply to your program.
  2. Search for your Employee Discount Form by choosing your employer from the drop-down menu and submit to the appropriate HR personnel for approval.

Questions? Contact the Office of Graduate Admission at (815) 836-5610 or email