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The University is currently operating under Reduced Campus Services and Operations due to COVID-19

School of Nursing

The School of Nursing is the No. 1 ranked public school of nursing in the country, dedicated to advancing health for all.

A nursing student works on a mock patient.

Developing leaders, advancing health care and improving lives

Active and visionary thinking, the fearless advancement of innovation through creativity, and the pursuit of unrestrained scientific inquiry on behalf of people in need: this is how Carolina nurses change lives, and this is how the UNC School of Nursing shapes a profession.

With a proud history of firsts in the state of North Carolina and an exemplary heritage of bests among schools of nursing in the country, Carolina educates and graduates talented students for leadership in practice, research, education and administration.

Facts & Figures

  • 92full-time faculty members
  • $353Kawarded in scholarship funds last year
  • No. 1public school of nursing in the nation
  • $15.9 millionin NIH and HSRA grants this year
  • 97%of Bachelor of Science in Nursing graduates were employed within 3 months of graduation last year

Around Campus

  • A seafood market

    Seafood mislabeling in North Carolina

    Two recent student-led papers based on research in the undergraduate “Seafood Forensics” class at UNC-Chapel Hill show that seafood mislabeling in North Carolina is a big problem.

  • Flags of various military branches being held by ROTC Cadets.

    Supporting those who serve

    Bank of America has given $250,000 to Carolina to create the Bank of America Military Families Scholarship Endowment Fund. The fund will provide scholarship support for military families through the University’s Red, White and Carolina Blue Challenge.

  • Bell Tower on UNC-Chapel Hill campus.

    Message from Chancellor Guskiewicz on a settlement agreement with the Department of Education

    UNC-Chapel Hill has reached a settlement with the Department of Education after it found serious deficiencies in the University's crime and safety reporting between 2009-2017. The University has made improvements and changes since the review began, but the shortcomings do not meet Carolina's standards for excellence.