School of Nursing

Welcome to the University of Portland School of Nursing! We are a strong community dedicated to educating nurses and healthcare professionals who empower patients, families, and communities to embrace healthy living and strive for wellness. Graduates of our programs become innovative, transformational leaders, who embody academic excellence and integrity. We believe that all nurses are healers, advocates, and healthcare leaders who believe that social justice lies at the head, heart, and hands of all that we do.

Inspiring leaders of the future.

Prepare to Lead: Announcing New Master's Programs

SON deans and program directors
  • 67,000 open healthcare professional leadership positions anticipated by 2024.
  • Healthcare systems need leaders who drive quality and innovative practice.
  • Do you see yourself as an emerging leader? Be part of the solution.

We are pleased to announce two new master program offerings (approved and accepting applicants):

Bachelor’s degree in any field and current healthcare experience? Join the Quality & Safety track – see program highlights.

Bachelor of Science degree in nursing and current healthcare experience? Join the Innovation in Health Systems or Quality & Safety track  - see program highlights.

Direct questions to 503.943.7211 or nursing@up.edu.

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2017 Carly Hansen Distinguished Clinical Instructor Award Recipient

Mary Stevenson receives award
Mary Stevenson, Adult & Elder Health adjunct instructor, was nominated by her peers and nursing students to be this year's Carly Hansen Distinguished Clinical Instructor Award recipient. Mary exemplifies excellence in teaching by guiding students on the journey of becoming a professional nurse through support, sharing knowledge, and challenging students to think, learn, and care. Congratulations Mary!

Dean Joane Moceri named 2017 University of Washington Tacoma Outstanding Alumna

Joane Moceri

University of Portland School of Nursing dean Joane Moceri was named as the 2017 Outstanding Alumna of the University of Washington Tacoma’s Nursing & Healthcare Leadership Program in June. Moceri is a former UW Tacoma faculty member and received her master of nursing degree from the school.

Moceri received her award at University of Washington Tacoma’s Master of Nursing hooding ceremony. In presenting the award, director of Nursing & Healthcare Leadership Sharon Gavin Fought cited Moceri’s “leadership, wisdom, and tremendous capacity to work with and on behalf of others.”

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School of Nursing Ranked no. 4 in the West by NursingSchoolsAlmanac

Joane Moceri sitting in desk smiling with students in lab coats and faculty member

NursingSchoolsAlmanac.com, a web-based resource providing rankings of nursing schools in the U.S., recently selected University of Portland as one of the top 50 nursing schools in the Western United States. The nursing program at UP is ranked at no. 4 in Nursing School Almanac’s inaugural national rankings. The University was also ranked at no. 46 in the almanac’s top 100 nationally ranked nursing schools.

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