Message from the Dean
The faculty and I welcome you to the School of Nursing at Gardner-Webb University. Elliott Hall has been the seat of nursing education at Gardner-Webb University since its inception in 1965. Today Elliott Hall is the home of the Associate Degree Nursing Program, the traditional four year Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program, the Davis Nursing RN to BSN Program, the Master of Science in Nursing Program and the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program.
The School of Nursing at Gardner-Webb University is committed to educating nurses for the 21st Century through dynamic curricula with a cultural and global perspective seated in a Christian heritage. Nursing graduates are prepared to make a significant contribution to healthcare for the community, the nation, and the world through scholarly endeavors, teamwork, personal values and accountability.
Excellence in nursing education is provided to our diverse student population through traditional classroom instruction utilizing state of the art technology on the main campus and through distance learning. Students benefit from partnerships with over seventy healthcare facilities that provide exemplary clinical nursing experiences.
The School of Nursing fosters a spirit of innovation and change to maintain nursing education reflective of the new millennium. Faculty encourage and engage in life-long learning to support the individual student's professional growth, scholarship and research trajectory.
You are invited to explore our website. Hopefully you will find needed information and a glimpse of the spirit of our School of Nursing.
Dr. Rebecca Beck-Little, Dean School of Nursing