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College of Nursing Diversity & Inclusion Statement

The Marquette University College of Nursing community is committed to increasing diversity and promoting a sense of belonging for all. Read our Diversity & Inclusion Statement.  

Statement of Solidarity -- Marquette Nurses Against Injustice

The College of Nursing expresses outrage and horror for the killing of George Floyd and the many others who have been victims of racial injustice.  We write to communicate our support to our entire community. Read our statement.

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News and Events

News

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

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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.