The School of Nursing is a dynamic force in providing quality nursing education and excellence by actively engaging students, faculty and staff through respectful partnerships; fostering integrity; embracing diversity and inclusion; inspiring positive change and providing nursing leadership for the future of person-centered healthcare. More →
RN-BSN Gateway Ranked #2
The 100% online RN-BSN Gateway program has been ranked #2 in Tennessee by RegisteredNursing.org. Pictured above are the newest Gateway students, our 18th cohort of registered nurses working toward Bachelor's degrees. Congratulations to them on beginning this journey and to the faculty and staff who make this program one of the very best.
100% Pass NCLEX!
All December 2018 BSN graduates passed NCLEX on their first attempt. Overall for the year 2018, the School's first-time pass-rate was 98.7 percent. Since 2007, the average percentage of UTC students passing the test on first try has been 95 percent, well above the state average. More →
Preparations for Nightingala, our celebration of Nursing alumni on November 8, are underway, We need your help
with nominations for Outstanding Alumni and Outstanding Clinical Partner. See the Nightingala 2019 website for more information.
The deadline for nominations is September 30. Thanks for your assistance!
The Power of We
BSN student Chyna Germany is one of three recipients of the $10,000 Power of We Scholarship awarded to minority college students studying for a career in healthcare in Tennessee. The scholarship is funded by the Bluecross Blueshield of Tennessee Health Foundation along with the NAHSE (National Association of Health Service Executives) Memphis Chapter.
Welcome to New Faculty!
Please welcome a very strong and talented group of nurses who will be joining us as instructors and clinical faculty this fall! The group is pictured above during an orientation session in August.
On June 10, participants lined up to make difficult decisions about how to spend their limited time and resources at the Community Action Poverty Simulation, an interactive immersion experience dealing with the realities of poverty.
Sponsored by CANDL, the event included training for facilitators the following day.
Dr. Susan Davidson is helping to initiate Project Bloom, a new service partnership with the Chattanooga Community Kitchen.
Alyssa Melendez and Annah Hutchison of UTC Panhellenic brought donations of feminine hygiene products that RN-BSN Gateway students will distribute the during their Community Health clinicals. Thank you to all the ladies of Panhellenic!