Indiana University School of Nursing Campuses
Founded in 1914, Indiana University School of Nursing has grown into the largest school of nursing in the country. It offers a full range of degrees in nursing, from BSN through doctoral, and actively seeks to promote progression of nursing careers by facilitating continuing education and transitions across all levels of nursing preparation. Almost 40% of the baccalaureate prepared professional nurses in Indiana graduate from the IU School of Nursing each year.
Indiana University School of Nursing's graduate program ranks 9th out of 80 schools of nursing that receive funding from the National Institutes of Health. US News & World Report ranks IU School of Nursing's graduate program 15th overall.
Indiana University School of Nursing is one school with various programs on eight campuses - Bloomington, Indianapolis, Columbus, Gary, Kokomo, Richmond, South Bend, and New Albany. To learn more about the various programs and schools, please visit any of the Indiana University School of Nursing Web sites.
Indiana University Purdue University - Indianapolis
Indiana University Purdue University - Columbus
Indiana University - East (Richmond)
Indiana University - Kokomo
Indiana University - Northwest (Gary)
Indiana University - South Bend
Indiana University - Southeast (New Albany)
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