Chapter Leadership 2014
| Vice President
| Immediate Past-President
The University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing, established in 1890, is one of the oldest schools in the Southwest. UT Arlington's College of Nursing enrollment climbed by 79 percent since 2004 to more than 3,100 students in 2010 and to more than 7,500 students in Spring 2012. The College of Nursing offers programs ranging from a bachelor’s degree through the doctoral level, and has grown to become the country’s largest public nursing program. The College of Nursing has prepared more than 14,000 nurses as professionals with baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral degrees over its time.
Throughout the past 120 years, the College of Nursing has consistently implemented positive change to accommodate the ever growing needs in the profession of nursing. We are proud of our alumni, and continue to make an impact in the nursing profession through our continued connection. Membership in the Nursing Alumni Council includes many opportunities to stay connected, develop relationships, mentor new graduates from the College of Nursing, while advancing in the profession through a variety of avenues.
If you are new to the Nursing Alumni Council at UT Arlington, welcome! Check out the website, get involved, and stay connected! Remember to update your information here so that we can keep you informed about class reunions, events, and other great opportunities. We are excited to get to know you and be a resource for you as you jump into the nursing profession.
The purpose of the Nursing Alumni Council is to help alumni stay connected and involved with the UT Arlington School of Nursing and network with one another.
Membership is open to all graduates and supporters of UT Arlington.
Photos below from - College of Nursing: Dream Makers 2011