About the School of Nursing
Georgetown University School of Nursing is a values-based organization that educates the health workforce and advances practice, research, and scholarship, with a strong focus on reducing health disparities and promoting health equity. The school houses academic degree programs at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels.
1903 Founding year as the Georgetown University Hospital Training School for Nurses 1906 First graduating class of the three-year diploma program 1972 Debuts the first nurse-midwifery program in D.C., one of only 10 in the U.S. 2000 Renamed the School of Nursing & Health Studies to reflect the addition of new health-related academic programs 2011 Launched Georgetown’s first-ever online degree-granting program 2022 Re-envisioned as the School of Nursing to provide space for growth and foster interdisciplinary and cross-school collaboration Values-Based Endowed Roles
Through transformational philanthropy, the School of Nursing houses endowed faculty roles that are geared toward values-based pursuits:
Robert and Kathleen Scanlon Chair in Values Based Health Care
Susan H. Mayer Professor in Health Equity
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Compliance and Ethics
Students may visit the Office of Compliance & Ethics for information on university student grievance policy and procedures, state agency contact information, and other required disclosures.
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Not all programs offered by the School of Nursing and other schools at Georgetown University are able to operate and enroll students in all states and international locations. Information by program is available here:
Clinical Nurse Leader, Master’s in Nursing, Post-BSN DNP, and Post-Master’s DNP.
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