The University of Kansas School of Nursing has a longstanding reputation of educating students for diverse and changing roles as nurses in every health care setting and in dynamic careers as researchers, leaders and educators. With a dedicated faculty, students and graduates help fulfill the School's mission to shape the future of professional nursing.

Students get a chance to pursue their passion through unique learning opportunities at the School of Nursing, which provides a range of high-quality academic programs within an environment filled with expertise and respect. Whether baccalaureate or graduate level, the curriculum is student-centered and evidence-based.  

The School of Nursing offers options to pursue your nursing career with a customized schedule that fits your goals as well as work or lifestyle demands, offering full-time or part-time, and distance-learning, depending on the degree program.

Last modified: Aug 26, 2014

Choose from an exciting array of degree and certificate programs in nursing:

Undergraduate Programs

Graduate Programs

Certificate Programs

Student Affairs Office

2014 graduates lined up

This year's KU School of Nursing Recognition Ceremony is set for 11:30 a.m. Saturday, May 16, 2015. Click here for information about the ceremony  and other KU graduation events.

Questions? Contact the School of Nursing Office of Student Affairs at or (913) 588-1619 about graduation, enrollment, financial aid and student records.