“SPC is truly my alma mater. The program is well structured, challenging at times, but very informative, educational and interesting. The online program gave me an opportunity to complete my studies on my own time, which was tremendously helpful in combining work and education.”Maryana Pavlyshyn-Dady, graduate of the A.S. and B.S. nursing programs
As technology advances and aging baby boomers require more health services, the future for registered nurses is bright. SPC’s Nursing programs help meet the demands of the changing health care industry.
Our bachelor's degree in nursing can help you move up in your nursing career. Our associate in science degree gets you started.
The mission of SPC's College of Nursing is to maximize opportunities for student learning and success to provide care for a diverse society by:
As the Fall semester starts ADN nursing students created a new information board letting nursing students know about the huge benefits of belonging to their professional organization, the Student Nurses Association (SNA). Read more.
On April 22, 2016, The Disney Leadership Conference College Edition was held at Walt Disney World. This year, several SGA representatives attended including two of our own RN-BSN students, Christine Lussier and Dorothy Bruce. This conference gives students the unique opportunity to learn about Walt Disney World’s strategy for leadership and teamwork. Read more.
On April 14, forty-one BSN Community Nursing students participated in a hunger banquet to increase awareness of the global hunger faced by many individuals in our country and worldwide. It is estimated that more than 795 million people in the world are undernourished. Read more.
The St. Petersburg College, College of Nursing RN to BSN Program is being renamed to honor the generous donation to the college by Dr. Walter Schafer and his wife, Vivian Schafer, R.N. The Shafers have long been supporters of nurses in general, and especially the RN to BSN program at SPC. Read more.
On Feb. 8, 2016, the nursing faculty held their annual Almeda Martin & Nancy Hartley Endowed Chair Event. Each February, the College of Nursing devotes a day for the faculty to come together for professional development. This year’s event was “Best Practices for Communicating with Students. Read more.
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