School of Nursing

Graduate Academic Resources

Graduate Student Advising Program

You are assigned an Advising Dean who is a resource to support your academic success and recognizing you as a whole person. We assist with plans of study, policies, and managing the demands of graduate school as an adult learner.

Find Your Advisor/Academic Dean

Master’s Programs and Post Master’s Certificates

Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner

Caroline Kay, MA, ck812@georgetown.edu

Clinical Nurse Leader

Lauren Hlava, lch38@georgetown.edu

Family Nurse Practitioner

Caroline Kay, MA, ck812@georgetown.edu

Nurse Midwifery and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner

Caroline Kay, MA, ck812@georgetown.edu

Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner

Caroline Kay, MA, ck812@georgetown.edu

Doctoral Programs

Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice (DNAP)

Caroline Kay, MA, ck812@georgetown.edu

Doctor of Nursing Practice (Post-Master’s)

Caroline Kay, MA, ck812@georgetown.edu

Doctor of Nursing Practice Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner

Caroline Kay, MA, ck812@georgetown.edu

Doctor of Nursing Practice Family Nurse Practitioner

Caroline Kay, MA, ck812@georgetown.edu

Doctor of Nursing Practicing Nurse Midwifery and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner

Caroline Kay, MA, ck812@georgetown.edu

Doctor of Nursing Practice Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner

Caroline Kay, MA, ck812@georgetown.edu

Graduate Student Handbooks

2022 Graduate Nursing Student Handbook

FNP Student Handbook

AG-ACNP Student Handbook

NM/WHNP and WHNP Student Handbook

DNAP Student Handbook

Other Graduate Student Resources

Academic Resource Center (ARC)

Graduate Bulletin (from GSAS)

Graduate Student Life Guide (from GSAS)

Objective Clinical Intensives (OCI) Information

Commencement

CURA Resources

This is a collection of videos and audio recordings to build skills for the graduate student as a whole person, in the spirit of cura personalis.

Cura Transition or Recalibrating for Graduate School

Visit this content in sequence to maximize the impact; however, each segment has value when viewed individually.

Introduction to Cura — Find out what the program is about and tips for getting the most out of it.

Week 1

Sleep — Sleep is essential for learning and having the energy to tackle school. Learn how to get more consistent sleep in this 10-minute audio.

Week 2

Time Study — Want to free up a few hours? The first step is figuring out how you spend your time. This 7-minute audio will help you get the data you need to figure out how to get more time.

Week 3

Get More Time— Three techniques to free up your time in a 27-minute audio. Great return on investment!

Week 4

Purpose— Being able to articulate your purpose keeps you grounded, is motivational, and helps you to spend your time where it matters. 6 minutes.

Helpful Academic and Balance Content

How to Study at the Graduate Level — Build on your study skills to achieve success at the graduate level. This 26-minute video is a combination of time management tips and deeply engaging techniques to achieve strong academic results.

How to Work, and By Work I Mean Study, From Home — Three practical tips to maximize the quality and the effectiveness of studying from home, a 16-minute audio recording.

Take your Best Test — Tips on test taking skills and managing anxiety around testing, a 45-minute video with slides.