Entries by The College For The People


Nightingale College Announces New Partnership in Evanston, Brings Nursing Education Programs to the Community

EVANSTON, WY (August 24, 2016) – Local healthcare facilities have successfully partnered with Nightingale College to provide local nursing degree programs to residents of Evanston and surrounding communities. Nursing college acceptance and admittance remains competitive, and attending a nursing program is not always feasible for some community residents while others travel, even relocate, to attend […]

Nightingale College Hosts Site Visit for CCNE

The Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Bridge Program at Nightingale College will be hosting an accreditation site visit for the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) on September 12-14, 2016. CCNE policy requires that institutions provide an opportunity for the program’s identified communities of interest including students, faculty and the […]

Meet Catherine Welker

Does Nightingale College even have a library? Absolutely! And it is managed by the Learner Resources Manager and Librarian, Catherine Welker. Following her passion of librarianship, she is able to help learners through the LMS access resources and with testing and tutoring services provided by the College. She moved to Salt Lake City eighteen years […]


Insider Tips on How to Get Started with Financial Aid

Starting college can be intimidating, especially when it comes to discussing personal financial situations and educational funding options. The costs associated with enrolling in college can make some people very nervous, and there is nothing worse than starting school and being stressed about finances. Nightingale College’s Financial Aid department is here to help in any […]

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Experience Gained and Respect Earned: Military Nursing

Military nursing is a unique profession that involves caring for active-duty servicemembers and even veterans. While their duties do not differ much than that of normal nurses working in hospitals and care centers, military nurses travel alongside active-duty servicemembers to help care for the individuals that serve the county. Up until 1901 in the United States, military nurses […]


Local Healthcare Facilities Recruit Nightingale College as a Means of Retaining Locally Grown Nurses

Healthcare employers show investment in local employment by promoting the need for homegrown registered nurses TWIN FALLS, Idaho (July 13, 2016) – Local healthcare facilities have successfully recruited Nightingale College’s associate and bachelor’s degree nursing programs to help retain and promote homegrown registered nurses. According to the Idaho Nursing Overview published in 2015 by the […]


Communicating Effectively with Physicians

As a nurse, you will be in constant communication with physicians, and it is important to make sure you’re communicating effectively. A common response Career Services gathers from Graduate Employer Surveys concerns how new nurses struggle to communicate effectively and appropriately with physicians. Interacting with physicians may seem intimidating as many veteran nurses still experience […]

Meet Mona Wilson

Veteran nurse, Mona Wilson, has been a dedicated RN for ten years, starting off her career in the Med/Surg floor in a hospital close to St. Louis. Mona is a newer collaborator who joined the Nightingale team mid-March. She is the Skills and Simulation Lab Technician so you can find her hanging out in our […]