What CWRU nurses do. And where it leads them.

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Real experience is the key to success in your career in nursing

Case Western Reserve University’s Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing is ranked #10 in the nation (U.S. News & World Report) for good reason: Here, you’ll get the experience that leads to impressive outcomes.

Experience like:

  • 1,300 clinical hours, starting in the third week of your first semester, and at some of the nation’s top hospitals, including Cleveland Clinic, consistently ranked a top-5 hospital in the nation (and is across the street from where your nursing courses and labs take place)
  • Research, community services and internships that allow you to deepen your understanding of nursing science and practice
  • Community health initiatives at hospitals and organizations around Cleveland where you’ll make an impact on the health of your neighbors and expand your understanding of public health

Outcomes like:

  • 93% of nursing graduates are working full time, in graduate or professional school or otherwise pursuing their career goals within six months of graduation
  • Jobs at renowned medical centers, including Cleveland Clinic, Duke University Hospital, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and more

Start your career in nursing at CWRU and you’ll graduate with the experience that will launch you as a healthcare professional.