About the School of Nursing
The Catherine W. Wood School of Nursing at Campbell University is designed to provide students with the training and education necessary to enter the workforce as a registered nurse. Campbell is dedicated to helping students become the best health care professionals they can be by offering interprofessional education opportunities, top of the line training facilities, and first-hand experience with rural health care needs.
According to the Health Resources and Services Administration, the supply of registered nurses is projected to exceed demand in 34 states; however, 16 states will likely experience a nursing shortage through 2025, including North Carolina and South Carolina. The American Association of Colleges of Nursing data show that 79% of employers are now requiring or expressing a strong preference for nurses with a baccalaureate degree.
Find Your Purpose
The purpose of the Catherine W. Wood School of Nursing is to prepare each student for initial licensure as a registered nurse. The program provides a Christian environment in which to develop the knowledge, skills, and values deemed essential for safe, quality nursing care in a complex and changing environment. The school contributes to the mission of Campbell University by educating students to become caring, ethical, beginning care providers with interprofessional health care team skills.
State of the Art Facilities
The Catherine W. Wood School of Nursing is housed in a 72,000 square foot, state-of-the-art learning facility located on Campbell’s Health Sciences Campus. The four story building contains classrooms, skills labs, health assessment labs, study areas, and objective, structure, clinical, and examination (OSCE) rooms.View campus map
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