As one of the most desire majors at SFA, the Richard and Lucille DeWitt School of Nursing preps our Lumberjacks for a life in the medical field. Students who plan on majoring in Nursing must first complete a series of pre-nursing courses, with a strong emphasis in science. Once all the prerequisites are complete, our students complete a special application to the School of Nursing. Every semester, a new batch of students is accepted into the school of Nursing. Upon their acceptance, these students begin working in hands on with our state of the art facilities, participating in "clinicals" at hospitals around the East Texas Area, and preparing for the State Nursing Tests.
Despite the fact that the School of Nursing is located off campus, our Nursing students work to make their presence known on campus. The National Student Nurses Association hosts many events across campus each year, including giving free flu shots during the winter season. It is a great opportunity for our Nursing students to gain real work experience and host a fun and interactive event.
If you like making an impact on people lives and studying about the body, this is the major for you!
Learn more about the SFA School of Nursing at their website or Facebook.
Lead Jack Walker