The academic community expects its members to be ethical, respectful, civil, vital, and purposeful and for all of its members to be valued contributors to the five commitments. Those commitments are to multi-modal and distance learning, collaboration, reflective practice, evidence-based teaching, and scholarship.
We are proud to provide a variety of programs at the associate degree, baccalaureate degree, and graduate degree levels that prepare our graduates to pursue employment in a variety of health care settings or to seek advanced degree opportunities.
The School of Health Professions encompasses all of the Allied Health programs in the College. Our vision is to develop programs that prepare students to meet the challenges and demands of the ever changing health care environment.
The School of Nursing faculty and staff are committed to providing an innovative, student-centered learning environment where students can develop to their full potential. By linking learning and service through a Catholic Social Justice framework, members of the School of Nursing learning community strive to meet the healthcare needs of the communities we serve.