TFE Times ranks Marquette MSN program 61 of 190.
U.S. News & World Report releases rankings
The College of Nursing’s Master of Science program is now ranked No. 60 (previously No. 69), while its Doctorate program rank moved down to No. 82 (previously No. 69). For all rankings, click here.
Fox 6 story about impact of $31 million to Nursing
President Lovell announces transformational gift for College of Nursing
A $31 million gift from alumni couple Darren and Terry Jackson will fuel scholarships, increase diversity, drive innovative health care advances and support strategic initiatives.
U.S. News ranked Marquette's online graduate nursing program 47th in 2021, up from 58th in 2020.
Marquette University College of Nursing is proud to announce the recipients of the 2020 Marquette University College of Nursing Preceptor Service and Excellence Award for the Nurse Practitioner Options
Marquette receives $1 million grant for eldercare workforce scholarships and curriculum
College of Nursing receives scholarship to support disadvantaged students
Visiting Professor Lisa Grabert discussed health care processes in an article on one man's high bill despite insurance coverage
Visiting Professor Lisa Grabert cowrote a June 17 opinion piece for Modern Healthcare about basing providers' COVID payments on the actual cost of care
World Health Assembly observes 2020 as International Year of the Nurse and Midwife
College of Nursing receives more than $6.3 million from generous benefactors to support scholarships
US News & World Report released its 2020 “Best Online Masters in Nursing Programs” rankings and Marquette University is number 58, up from a rank of 116 in 2019. Marquette tied with two other schools for the 58th spot and is the highest Wisconsin program listed. In all, 188 schools were included for comparison.
More news is available on our News & Events page.