On February 7, 2020, SDSU nursing students in the N400 classes at both the SD and Imperial Valley campus all wore red for “National Wear Red Day,” the annual one-day event of the “Go Red For Women” initiative of the American Heart Association to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease. N400 students participate every year!
Jon R. Gonzalez, a lecturer at SDSU School of Nursing, has been awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Outstanding Undergraduate Professor by the Health and Human Services College Council. Jon is a current practicing bedside RN. His hospital experiences help him to teach current bedside practices to students. His 8 years of lab/simulation teaching experience […]
Our nursing program was ranked as number one across the nation by Nursing School Hub for Hispanic-Serving Nursing Programs. Congratulations to our faculty, staff, and students for working to make a difference. Here is an excerpt from the article from Nursing School Hub. “As the Hispanic and Latinx community continues to flourish across the United […]
According to Best Health Degrees, “To rank the best bachelor of nursing programs in the nation, Best Health Degrees editors sought out the most respected, reputable, accredited nursing schools around. With our list in place, we ranked programs according to 5 criteria: Cost, Graduation Rate, Job Placement, Salary Potential, and Student Satisfaction. These five factors tell prospective students that the programs […]
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