GW Nursing is ranked in the top 13% of graduate nursing schools

From practice to policy

GW Nursing Highlights 

male nurse

Improving men's health by battling stereotypes

Google “Can a man be a …” and the top autofill responses are widow, feminist, witch, midwife and nurse.

Yes, men can be nurses. The profession, in fact, wishes more men would consider it.

 

Professors Gate at GWU

Veterans Helping Veterans

Now in its third year, GW Nursing’s Veterans to BSN initiative is modeled around building community and veterans supporting each other. Transition counseling, monthly group lunches and faculty advisors who themselves have prior military are key features.

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GW Nursing Moves Up to #5 in Online Nursing

GW Nursing tied for the No. 5 spot in U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 Best Online Graduate Nursing Programs. The increase in rank from No. 26 in the previous year is a reflection of faculty, staff and students' hard work and the continued dedication of resources to instructional design, technology and best practices. 

The GW School of Nursing has more than 60 faculty members, more than 800 students, more than 570 online grad students, 2 locations for study online or VSTC and 4 levels of programs offered. Our online MSN is ranked 26 out of 145 programs nationwide. We have a 92% passage rate for the NCLEX. The GW School of Nursing has more than 60 faculty members, more than 800 students, more than 570 online grad students, 2 locations for study online or VSTC and 4 levels of programs offered. Our online MSN is ranked 26 out of 145 programs nationwide. We have a 92% passage rate for the NCLEX.

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BSN student hangs saline drip

BSN Program

 

MSN students with headphones on during an on-campus experience

MSN Program

 

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Graduate Certificates

 

DNP students talking at a table during an on-campus experience

DNP Program

 


Ezequiel Martinez

Ezequiel Martinez

Accelerated BSN, Cohort 5
Family Nurse Practitioner

The Accelerated BSN program at GW gave me confidence in my abilities I would need to succeed at the graduate level. I graduated in Spring 2014 and began the Family Nurse Practitioner master’s program in Spring 2015. I could not be happier with my decision to come to GW.


 

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