Meet the Dean
Meet the Dean of the College of Nursing: Dean Patricia Ravert
Former student, Andrea Gardner, poses as Florence Nightingale at the 100th anniversary of Nightingale’s death (2010).
Graduates of the baccalaureate nursing program celebrate following College of Nursing convocation.
Graduate Program Outcomes
The Family Nurse Practitioner program is ranked among the top nursing graduate schools in the nation.
Global Health and Human Diversity
The Global Health and Human Diversity course provides opportunities for students to practice nursing skills abroad.
The Healer's Art
The annual college magazine informs alumni and friends of nursing events and activities.
Research and Conferences
Students attend a conference in Madison, WI.
A MEG grant facilitates student learning in the Navajo Nation.
BYU College of Nursing was accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
(CCNE) March, 2006, valid through the year 2015. Officially recognized by the U.S.
Secretary of Education as a national accreditation agency, the CCNE is an autonomous accrediting agency contributing to the
improvement of the public's health. CCNE ensures the quality and integrity of baccalaureate
and graduate education programs preparing effective nurses.
Enrollment: 351 Students
94% Female; 6% Male
Average Student Age: 20
Enrollment: Fall 2012: 28 students
74% female; 25% male
Emphasis: Family Nurse Practitioner
Average undergraduate entering GPA: 3.82
Average graduate entering GPA: 3.76
100% pass rate on the ANCC certification examinations for Family Nurse Practitioner
97% pass rate on NCLEX-RN license exam
31 Full-time faculty
26 Part-time faculty members
During 2012-13, 63% of undergraduate students came from areas outside of Utah, representing 37
states and 4 foreign countries.
Baccalaureate degrees awarded April 2012-December 2012: 118
Master's degrees awarded August 2012: 15