The numbers add up to one thing…

Three women in a clinical setting. One wearing a white coat, one sitting on a patient table, and one sitting next to the patient table.

Numbers can say a lot about a person’s health. As a future nurse, you already know that numbers representing temperature, pulse, heart rate, and blood pressure will play a big role in your career. 

When it comes to your nursing education, numbers say a lot about how you’ll prepare for that future.

Let’s take a look at the vital signs at Case Western Reserve University’s Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing.

1,300 Clinical hours you’ll gain. More than double the national average.
  93% Recent CWRU nursing grads who are working full time, in graduate school or otherwise pursuing their career goals within six months of graduation.
   #5 Undergraduate nursing program ranking, according to U.S. News & World Report
    4 Major medical centers within walking distance of first-year residence halls or close by.

It all adds up to one thing: Your bright future as a healthcare leader starts at CWRU.