COVID-19 UPDATES     

 

The Department of Nursing Office is Temporarily Closed

All work is being done remotely

For office business please call 801-863-8199 

Please contact individual faculty for faculty-related business

 

                                                                                                                    

Coursework

All coursework is being conducted online through Canvas.  Contact your faculty with any questions or issues.

 

 Clinicals

All clinicals have been canceled at this time. There will be future  accommodations  for students who have not been able to complete their clinicals for the Spring 2020 semester.

 

Lab/Simulations

Lab and simulation activities have moved online.  There will be future  accommodations  for students who are not able to complete their labs for the Spring 2020 semester. 

 

Testing Center

The NTC is closed at this time. All students will test online remotely using Proctorio for test monitoring.  The university has the license to use Proctorio and there is no fee for students. Contact your faculty with any questions or issues.

 

For students interested in applying for one of Nursing’s programs for the fall 2020 semester

Contact our Pre-Nursing Advisors by clicking on Advising above.  Determine the correct advisor for you and schedule an online appointment.   

Due to significant challenges regarding the availability of the TEAS exam, that part of the application process will be waived for students applying for fall 2020 admittance into the ASN program.

 

 

sigma nurs conf nov 2019

UVU nursing faculty and students attended and presented research at the SigmaTheta Tau International (STTI) Nursing Conference November 16-17, 2019, in Washington D.C. 

Left to right: Rebecca Larson, Ryn Harker, Norma Salas, Dianne McAdams Jones, Jill Johnson, Francine Jensen, and Emily Hanks.

Engage in hands-on learning in simulation labs and through clinical opportunities in our community. Participate in research, internships, and international health care experiences.

UVU Nursing is serious about high academic standards balanced with a compassionate and team-oriented emphasis on preparing professional, skilled, and caring nurses.

UVU creates nurses who succeed. Nursing students NCLEX-RN pass rate was 12 percentage points higher than the national average in 2018.

  

 

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ASN Program

Earn a degree from our respected, accredited nursing program Become ready for the NCLEX-RN exam Seamlessly transition into our BSN program

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RN to BSN Program

BSN degrees open doors for advancement for nursing professionals Class options include face-to-face, hybrid, or 100% online Applications are accepted twice a year

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MSN Program

Take the next step to advance your career Become a nurse educator with 100% online course work and individualized practicum experiences Focus on theoretical foundations of nursing education and leadership

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Application Information

ASN/BSN Information MSN Information

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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MTECH-LPN to UVU ASN

UVU has partnered with MTECH for students to move from an MTECH-LPN into our ASN and prepare to take the NCLEX. For more information visit the LPN to ASN page.

LPN Information