The mission of the Scott and White College of Nursing is to prepare excellent professional nurses who contribute to the health and welfare of individuals, families, and communities in diverse health care environments. The College of Nursing strives to prepare graduates to become leaders, life-long learners, and community servants who practice nursing based on Christian principles.
Welcome to the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Scott and White College of Nursing. This College of Nursing has a tremendous history of preparing professional and clinically skilled nurses that is unparalleled in the nation. If you are seeking a nursing education that provides excellent classroom and clinical instruction in a Christ-centered environment, UMHB is the place for you! Clinical experiences allow students the opportunity to provide state of the art care at a variety of clinical sites. In keeping with the values of UMHB to maintain small classroom size, to provide teaching excellence and to treat students as individuals, the college of nursing provides small student/faculty ratios in clinical instruction with full and part-time nursing faculty that are experts in their fields. If you are interested in becoming a part of a university that combines excellence, outstanding clinical and simulated learning and innovative faculty in a Christian commitment, the Scott and White College of Nursing is for you.
Sharon Souter, RN, PhD, CNE
Dean, College of Nursing