About the School of Nursing
Quinnipiac University's School of Nursing prepares graduates for professional nursing practice who are capable of providing holistic care for diverse individuals, families, communities and populations in a variety of domestic and international settings. The School of Nursing is one of 13 schools in the country that is accredited by the American Holistic Nurses Credentialing Corporation.
Our expert faculty members are committed to a student-centered approach to teaching. They are both scholars and experienced professionals who are dedicated to providing the insight and guidance students need to excel in the practice of nursing.
The School of Nursing is located within the Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences. It includes 12 classrooms; 16 seminar rooms and team-study rooms; a model apartment to teach students how to provide care in residential settings; a SimMan suite of life-size patient simulators; and a pediatric and neonatal lab.
The Center also boasts cutting-edge equipment, including magnetic resonance simulators and 3-D workstations. In addition, there are 24 teaching laboratories, including an orthopedics lab, a rehabilitative sciences lab, a clinical skills lab, an intensive care unit, a health assessment lab, a physical exam suite, a physical diagnostics lab, a motion analysis lab and other special amenities that set it apart from other universities offering health sciences programs.
Also housing the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine and the School of Nursing, the Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences is a state-of-the-art facility, featuring an operating room suite with two additional high fidelity simulation rooms, 48 pro-section stations, 16 standardized patient rooms, multiple team study rooms, student lounges and a vending area, an expanded health sciences library, a 350-seat auditorium, 17 additional classrooms and 10 seminar rooms that seat from 12 to 150 students. The 325,000 square-foot facility is designed for collaborative learning for students pursuing degrees in medicine, nursing and the health professions.