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Important Update:

Through Jan. 28, the university is operating at Level 2. For classes, this means faculty will have the discretion to choose a fully remote, hybrid, extended classroom or fully in-person format. Masks will be mandatory for in-person classes.

Visit the COVID-19 website to report a positive test, symptoms or exposure, for vaccine and testing information and for other COVID-19 resources.

student nurses associationWelcome to the UCO Nursing Program

If you have just started one of the nursing programs at UCO or if you are in your final semester, this is an exciting time for you!  It may seem like a long time off, but it won't be long before you are walking across the platform at your graduation and pinning ceremonies.

In the meantime, there are many things that you need to learn before you are ready to graduate from the nursing program at UCO. 

Information and announcements about the nursing programs at UCO can be found on D2L. If you are an undergraduate student in the traditional nursing pathway and do not have access to the Traditional Nursing Major Hub on D2L, contact Leann Laubach, Ph.D., RN.  If you are in the Fast-Track pathway and do not have access to the Fast Track Nursing Major Hub on D2L, contact Kathy Smith, DNP, RN.  If you are in the Online RN to BS pathway and do not have access to the RN to BS Nursing Hub on D2L, contact Nancy Gwin, D.N.P., RN  If you are a graduate student and do not have access to the MS Nursing Hub, contact Leann Laubach, Ph.D., RN

Student Handbooks and Other Information

For questions regarding the Student Nurses Association (SNA) or activities associated with your graduating class, see one of your SNA officers or class liaison.

Do you have questions regarding your course work?  The best way to contact faculty is through your course on D2L.  For faculty email and phone, go to the Faculty and Staff page. 

Program Schedules and Course Descriptions

For a list of required classes, see the required courses pages for the B.S, Nursing program, R.N. to B.S. program, and M.S., Nursing program.

Student Learning Outcomes