The history of healthcare in the United States, especially for the marginalized, is inextricably linked with the history of Catholic commitment to building and running hospitals and training healthcare professionals who practice person-centered medicine.

For more than 80 years, our graduates have entered into that tradition of serving the nation as highly trained nursing professionals who treat their patients as people to heal, not as problems to solve.

Strengthened by a rich heritage of Catholic teachings and Christian values, the Conway School of Nursing at The Catholic University of America prepares professionally educated nurses who are capable of the moral, intellectual, and professional leadership needed to provide continuing quality in clinical nursing care, in nursing education, in nursing research, and in nursing service. They seek to advance nursing knowledge and skill through scientific inquiry and scholarly activity, always with the aim of restoring people to health of mind and spirit.

Nursing students at Catholic University have a mind for clinical excellence and a heart for serving those who need their care.