Since 1957, the Indiana University School of Nursing in Bloomington has been shaping the nursing profession through education and research. We take pride in our rich history, but we’re also looking to the future. IU School of Nursing Bloomington remains committed to preparing skilled nursing professionals and to engaging in research that advances nursing education and practice.Learn more about the School of Nursing
A tradition of impact and innovation
Prepare the next generation of nurses
We take pride in our faculty of nursing professionals who are visionary leaders, committed educators, and innovative researchers. We're looking for talented professionals to join the School of Nursing faculty on the Bloomington campus to help train the next generation of nurses.View faculty openings
Academic programs on the Bloomington campus
$700Kin scholarships awarded to nursing students annually
97%licensing exam pass rate for 2018 BSN graduates on first attempt
100%job placement rate for graduates
Getting a global perspective on health care
Learn how nursing is practiced in other countries and cultures.Explore study abroad opportunities
Training the next generation of nursing leaders
Dr. Opsahl’s research is closely tied to her scholarship on innovative teaching approaches for student, community, and patient learning with application to practice.Learn about faculty research
Investing in the future of nursing
Dan Klausner and his daughters, School of Nursing alumnae Taylor and Marissa, established the Klausner Family Scholarship Fund to support IU nursing students who need financial assistance.Discover giving opportunities
Here's what's happening...
June 3, 2020: IU School of Nursing's Commitment to Diversity and Equity
May 21, 2020: Update from President McRobbie
April 9, 2020: Update on our school's response to the Covid-19 pandemic
Associate Dean Mary Lynn Davis-Ajami recently updated our school's alumni and friends about our response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Read her letter here.
March 26, 2020: Coronavirus COVID-19 IU School of Nursing Response
Governor Holcomb issued a Stay-at-Home order for all of Indiana effective March 24, 2020 until April 6, 2020 at 11:59pm. This FAQ provides clarity and guidelines.
FACULTY AND STAFF
All faculty and staff continue to work remotely at this time and are available via telephone and/or email during regular business hours (M-F, 8am – 5pm). The nursing building and the campus is open although the simulation lab space is closed.
CLASS AND CLINCAL
Students [IUPUI and IUB] will return from spring break on Monday, March 30th. Most residence halls and on-campus housing are closed. Students will attend class and clinical virtually through the end of the semester.
University-sponsored or affiliated domestic and international travel is suspended. Personal international travel is strongly discouraged given the associated risks of possibly being unable to return for some period if the situation changes. Travelers returning from countries designated Level 3 by the CDC are subject to 14-day self-quarantine off campus upon return.
There are new travel restrictions from the CDC regrading travel to Europe.
Please complete the secure Traveler Information Form if you plan personal international travel.
Other than for students returning home, personal travel outside Indiana is also discouraged.
IUSON has suspended all in-person research-related patient/participant visits to protect the health of our faculty, staff, students and participants. The suspension applies to both domestic and international research. In addition to these suspensions, all onsite chart reviews and auditing visits are suspended as well.
For ongoing updates to this rapidly changing situation, please visit https://coronavirus.iu.edu