The BSN degree is the critical first step for a career in professional nursing. The UF BSN is offered through three different programs to meet the needs of aspiring nurses.
Our DNP program is ranked #1 in the state and #28 nationally. This practice-focused doctorate is designed to prepare expert nurses in specialized advanced practice roles.
PhD students are actively involved with nursing and interdisciplinary research taking place in one of the most comprehensive academic health care centers in the Southeast.
leading the way
University of Florida College of Nursing students and faculty can now hone their skills using the latest technology in patient safety and learning assessment following an extensive overhaul of teaching space at the college to build a leading-edge simulation and learning center.
Here at the College of Nursing, the safety and well-being of our students, faculty, staff and community are top priority.
College of Nursing news
Gator Nurse Angela Godwin Beoku-Betts (BSN ’04) was one of 40 University of Florida alumni who received this year’s Outstanding Young Alumni Award…
The University of Florida College of Nursing’s Doctor of Nursing Practice program, or DNP, remained the top in the state and was the 24th-highest…
Compassion, empathy and kindness are critical elements in caring for patients as nurses. But those are also critical elements to possess as humans…
College of Nursing Events
The College of Nursing, UF Health, and the Malcolm Randall VA Medical Center are partnering to present the 2021 Nursing Research Summit and Malasanos Lectureship. The Nursing Research Summit will showcase innovative research that can be used to solve complex health problems.
Stay up-to-date on the latest surrounding our commencement and pinning events this spring!
Meet our faculty
Dr. Keesha Roach is an assistant professor within the college and a chronic pain researcher. The overarching goal of her research is to understand a combination of omics and biopsychological factors related to pain phenotypes in adults and older adults who have chronic pain, particularly sickle cell disease. Dr. Roach collaborates in other areas of pain research including vulvodynia, osteoarthritis, and cancer.