Today’s nurses serve on the frontlines of health care. They
use the latest in technology and treatment to facilitate healing or provide
comfort. As an Olivet student, you will learn to process the wealth of
information and techniques available to expertly care for your patients.
At Olivet, you can:
Take advantage of Olivet’s simulation lab,
including wireless “smart” mannequins.
Students, employers and society can be confident that our Commission on
Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and Illinois Department of Professional
Regulation accredited program meets the quality standards that produce
graduates prepared to enter a global workforce. Our coursework covers each
essential of learning, as defined by the American Association of Colleges of
Nursing (AACN). Olivet Nazarene University Department of Nursing is seeking re-accreditation through CCNE (Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education) and will be having a site visit October 12-14, 2016. We are engaged in the self-study process which is an opportunity for us to engage in critical self-evaluation leading to continuous self-improvement.A very important part of the process is notification of alumni and other interested parties in order to give them an opportunity to submit written third-party comments to the CCNE offices. Third-party comments are confidential and are not shared with the nursing program. We welcome your helpful feedback and constructive comments. Any written and signed comments will be accepted at CCNE until September 21, 2016.Address comments to:Commission on Collegiate Nursing EducationAttn: Third-Party Comments One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530Washington, DC 20036 - or - email@example.com
The goals of the traditional nursing major are to prepare
Putting knowledge to
Nursing Students in Action: Use your skills in patient care
as you serve others in the local community and beyond. Practice your leadership
skills by serving as an officer or representative. Seek service opportunities
on mission trips and with local projects.Kappa Sigma Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing
Society: Get involved in peer mentoring by serving as a mentor and receiving
mentoring from nurses working in their profession.
Consider a career in
nursing if you:
fields: U.S. military, occupational health, admissions nurse, charge nurse,
emergency department, intensive care unit, nurse manager, staff nurse,
behavioral health, radiation oncology, wound center, medication nurse, medical
oncology, hospice, nurse administrator, clinical services consultant, physician
resource nurse, clinical practice coordinator, home infusion, parish nurse,
special procedures, nurse on the mission field, chief nurse executive,
professor, practitioner, health care educator, surgical nurse, hospital staff,
charge nurse at senior rehabilitation facility
Areas of study
Traditional UndergraduateNursing Major, B.S.N.
School of Graduate and Continuing StudiesNursing Major, R.N., B.S.N. Nursing Major, M.S.N. degree Nursing Major, MSN.FNursing Major, FNP.C Nursing Major, Accelerated B.S.N.
Suzanne Herrera Phipps