UofL School of Nursing receives 10 year reaccreditation


    LOUISVILLE, Ky. – An organization that accredits nursing education programs, the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) has reaffirmed the quality of education at the University of Louisville School of Nursing. The school has received reaccreditation of the baccalaureate and master’s degree programs for 10 years, the maximum length of time the CCNE will reaccredit nursing programs.

    “As a school of nursing, it is imperative to hold to high standards and continue to conduct quality improvement about our mission, resources, curriculum and student and faculty achievements. Our students are proud to be part of a CCNE accredited school, which leverages our baccalaureate graduates for advancing on to earn their graduate degrees,” said Marcia Hern, EdD, CNS, RN, dean and professor, UofL School of Nursing.

    Julie Heflin
    Julie oversees digital content for the Office of Communications and Marketing. She began her UofL career on the Health Sciences Center campus in 2007. Prior to this, Julie was a journalist with WFPL (Louisville Public Media), and occasionally filed reports for National Public Radio.