School of Nursing

The Florida A&M University School of Nursing is the oldest continuing baccalaureate nursing program in the United States at a historically black institution. Established in 1904 as a hospital based program, it became the first baccalaureate program in Florida in 1936.

 

The School of Nursing

Our mission is to create a student-centered environment where knowledgeable, innovative, caring nurses can apply high quality, culturally appropriate care to meet the health needs of the residents of the state, the nation, and the global community.

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Learn more about how we prepare graduates to serve as leaders of the nursing team, and function collaboratively within the healthcare system to deliver evidence-based, culturally sensitive nursing care to individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations.

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Our staff members are trained to provide personalized academic support, career guidance, and an array of other services to pre-professional and professional level nursing students.

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As you embark on the path towards your nursing career we are here to cutivate you along your journey. We provide custom education modalities that are tailored to the needs of the student. We are experienced educators that take nursing, science, and healthcare concepts and present it in an organized format that is easy to absorb. We offer personal consultations,  group sessions, virtual webinars, and simulations.

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Alumni Update

Learn about some of the great things our past rattlers have been up to (coming soon) 
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Help support the futire if the FAMU School of Nursing  
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Grievance Procedures

To conquer frustration, one must remain intensely focused on the outcome, not the obstaclesT.F. Hodge, African American Author
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Living Learning Community

The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its membersCoretta Scott King, African American Author, Activist, Civil Rights Leader, and Wife of Martin Luther King
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Photo Gallery

Take a look through some of the School of Nursing's memories 
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Rattler Nurse Connect

Keep up to date about what happening in the FAMU School of Nursing with our regularly updated Newsletter. 
September/October 2021 Edition

 

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Questions?

Contact Us
214 Tucker Hall
515 Orr Drive
Tallahassee, Florida 32307
P:
(850) 599 3000
F:
(850) 599 3000