UA College of Nursing Ranked Among ‘Top 30 Cutting-Edge Nursing Schools’

Dec 4, 2013

The University of Arizona College of Nursing is among the “Top 30 Cutting-Edge Nursing Schools” in the United States, ranked No. 20 on a new list released by Nursing School Hub. The full ranking can be viewed at

“In order to provide a cutting-edge experience, a school needs to do more than just provide high-tech equipment,” said Chris Collier, chief author and researcher for the list. “To make this ranking, a school has to be technologically advanced, but they also have to do a great job of integrating technology into the nursing experience. These schools are the best of the best. They strive to provide students with educational opportunities and experiences that other programs simply can't compare with.”

Factors used in the ranking include cutting-edge technology/infrastructure, world-class facilities and faculty, opportunities for experience, recognition by major publications such as U.S. News & World Report, and amazing architecture.

The UA College of Nursing is ranked among the top 6 percent of graduate nursing programs in the country by U.S. News & World Report and seventh in the nation by the National Research Council. In addition, ranked the College No. 11 among the “Top 50 Most Social Media Friendly Nursing Schools” in 2012.

Faculty at the University of Arizona College of Nursing envision, engage and innovate in education, research and practice to help people of all ages optimize health in the context of major life transitions, illnesses, injuries, symptoms and disabilities. Established in 1957, the college ranks among the top nursing programs in the United States. For more information about the college, please visit its website,

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