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Why School of Nursing?

Our Students

Each year Quinnipiac’s nursing students gain a global perspective on health care through various international service trips and study abroad opportunities that take them to countries such as Nicaragua and Guatemala to assist local health clinics in treating underserved populations. 

Working with veterans is one of the nursing school’s great privileges. Every semester we establish Nursing’s Joining Forces, a program that creates an interprofessional group of students and faculty who examine the health issues that affect our veterans and determine how best to address those needs.

School of Nursing students working in Nicaragua

International care

School of Nursing students travel to Nicaragua to assist in local clinics.

An individualized learning experience

Our simulation labs give our students essential learning experiences to safely make mistakes and learn from them — while gaining confidence in the clinical setting.

Rankings and Distinctions

Molding transformative health care leaders

The School of Nursing is held to the highest standard of quality and integrity, and has been awarded accreditations by the CCNE, COA and AHNCC. Our programs blend a culture of compassion with a commitment to mastering the technological and sociological challenges of 21st-century health care. Knowledgeable, capable and adaptable, our graduates are able to embrace change and step seamlessly into the role of patient-care team leader in a range of clinical settings. 


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Well Placed

Our graduates don’t simply meet expectations—they exceed them. This is evident in their test scores, as well as in their job placement success. 97 percent of .our graduates have landed jobs within six months of graduating.

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What our graduates are doing

The School of Nursing’s far-reaching network of successful alumni is a valuable resource for current students and graduates, and they continue to be a part of the Quinnipiac community by mentoring students and helping in the job search when the time comes.

Our recent graduates are excelling in a range of positions, serving as chief nursing officers at hospitals, combating the Ebola outbreak in Africa, and working in exciting fellowships with organizations such as the Community Healthcare Network in New York City, which serves low income and uninsured families. 

“The goal is to not only treat the medical problem that brought the patient to the ER, but also to address the psychological and social issues that can coincide with aging and make the patient more likely to return.”
Dana Garvey '03
Dana Garvey is a registered nurse at Mid-State Hospital, in Meriden, Connecticut. Dana led a multidisciplinary committee responsible for improving the ER experience for elderly patients.

Making a difference

Miguel Rosa '15 was a recipient of the 2013 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation New Careers in Nursing (NCIN) Scholarship.

“The university had such a welcoming atmosphere. When I toured the facilities I was amazed by the technology available. Quinnipiac was my number one choice.”
Miguel Rosa '15

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