August 25, 2023

The Conway School of Nursing at Catholic University is proud to welcome its largest incoming class in ten years, comprising 115 students. This surge in enrollment comes as a testament to the school's unwavering dedication to excellence in nursing education and its profound impact on the healthcare landscape.

The Conway School has a storied legacy of equipping nursing students with the knowledge, skills, and values required to excel in the demanding field of healthcare. With its emphasis on evidence-based practice, clinical excellence, and compassionate care, the school has garnered a reputation as a beacon of nursing education, drawing aspiring nurses from across the nation.

The incoming class embodies the spirit of service, empathy, and dedication that the nursing profession demands. These students are poised to contribute to the ongoing legacy of the Conway School of Nursing and make a profound impact on patient care and wellness.

With the impending launch of the new Conway School of Nursing building in Spring 2024, the school is poised to lead the way in shaping the future of nursing education, providing an environment where students thrive, learn, and emerge as compassionate healers and healthcare leaders.

The upcoming building is designed to offer a nurturing and conducive environment for students to develop their nursing skills, engage in hands-on learning experiences, and collaborate with esteemed faculty members. New simulation labs will allow for training in high-stakes acute care and objective-structured clinical examination.

Marie Nolan, Dean of the Conway School of Nursing, spoke about the significance of this milestone and the impending opening of the new building. "The growth we are witnessing and the upcoming opening of our new building signifies our unwavering commitment to advancing nursing education. As we welcome our largest undergraduate class in ten years, we're embarking on a journey to empower these future nurses to lead and transform healthcare."