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I will say that [the ABSN program] is definitely fast paced so make sure that you're prepared for that. It's a lot of hard work, but it's really worth it.
Abbey ClarkHybrid ABSN student, Rockhurst University
Since we're partnered with Saint Luke's™, it definitely helps securing a clinical placement through them so you know you're going to be in good hands.
Alexus Dieckmann-DeanHybrid ABSN student, Rockhurst University
“I got to walk alongside other people who were pursuing the same degree, so as we worked towards our doctorate in education, we were able to collaborate and work together and be a part of the journey with other people who were also mission-focused and very driven in their pursuit of education in our world today.”
Annie HartEd.D. in Education and Leadership graduate, Rockhurst University
I think the quality of education is quite intense, and it is everything that you need it to be in order to be a good nurse.
Carly TomlinHybrid ABSN student, Rockhurst University
“I don't care about the glory of it. I just want to help people in the best way that I can. There's a saying that, ‘They may not remember your name, but they remember how you made them feel.’”
Cassey HartBSN student, Rockhurst University
Hilda decided to become a nurse to find purpose in her life and give back to others. One of the reasons she chose Rockhurst University is the end-to-end support she received along her student nursing journey.
HildaBSN student, Rockhurst University
A graduate of two MSN programs with dual certifications as an AGACNP and FNP, Lori chose Rockhurst University to enrich her nursing career and become a nurse practitioner.
Lori Walters, MSNDual MSN-AGACNP | MSN-FNP graduate, Rockhurst University
“What I’ll remember the most is the time that I’ve spent directly connecting with my faculty. Some of my instructors have become some of my closest friends, and I continually reach out to them for advice, to share successes or get a different perspective on something—that’s one of the most valuable things I’ve received here.”
Michelle McOskerEd.D. in Education and Leadership '22
“When I discovered Rockhurst was developing an Ed.D. program, a supportive faculty was a key factor for my application. Having completed my M.Ed from Rockhurst University in 2018, I knew firsthand the exceptional level of support that is given by faculty to the students. Considering a research topic that some would consider controversial felt like a risk. However, all of my professors have found ways to not only mention but celebrate diverse populations and cultures, including the LGBTQ+ community in their courses. For that, I am very grateful.