A senior in the School of Nursing, Gina Trovato is anxious to start her career. She loves the personal interaction and flexibility that the profession offers.
Nursing professor Cynthia Barrere is passionate about affecting positive change in nursing and patient care.
As an illustrator, nursing student Brandon Lynn takes a creative approach to his studies.
Students in the School of Nursing have the opportunity to interact with leaders in the profession at special events held on campus throughout the year.
Movement with Momentum
Health advocates are making strides to end childhood obesity.
Quinnipiac is on the forefront of innovative and collaborative training for today's nursing professionals. Learn more about the school from Dean Jean Lange.
Caring To Make a Difference
Nursing is a profession based on science, a culture of compassion, commitment to best practices, and connection to individuals. The practice of nursing is research-based, goal-directed, creative and concerned with the health and dignity of the whole person. The art of delivering quality nursing care depends upon the successful mastery and application of intellectually rigorous nursing knowledge.
Quinnipiac's undergraduate and masters programs in nursing are accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission through 2017. The school is currently seeking accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education for all programs, including our new DNP program that launched in 2011.
Learn more about this process (Adobe PDF).