A tradition of impact and innovation

Since its founding in 1914, the Indiana University School of Nursing 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. As the school enters its second century, we remain committed to preparing skilled nursing professionals and to engaging in research that advances nursing education and practice.

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$700Kin scholarships awarded to nursing students annually

93%licensing exam pass rate for 2016 BSN graduates on first attempt

100%job placement rate for graduates 

Amy Hagedorn Wonder

Advancing the science of nursing education

Assistant Professor Amy Hagedorn Wonder and her research partner, Darrell Spurlock Jr. of Widener University, are the recipients of the Journal of Nursing Education’s 2016 Christine A. Tanner Scholarly Writing Award.

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Two IU nursing students pose with a woman and her newborn baby at a hospital in Swaziland.

Getting a global perspective on health care

IU nursing students will head to China, Spain, and Swaziland in summer 2017 to learn how nursing is practiced in other countries and cultures.

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The Klausner family at an IU basketball game

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.

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