College of Nursing
The University of Kentucky College of Nursing opened in the fall of 1960 as a reaction to warnings that the state would soon face a serious shortage of medical caregivers. With an initial class of 35 students, the College of Nursing B.S.N. program was UK’s only undergraduate program with a selective admission policy. College of Nursing students are provided an education that has both personal and institutional dimensions. Alumni have built rewarding careers and in doing so, have helped to advance the College’s reputation through their contributions to the profession.
College Level Data
- College Profile - includes Productivity Analysis, Diversity Scorecard, Five-Year Trends, Resources, Instructional Outcomes, Sponsored Projects and Expenditures, and Diversity Outcomes
Faculty Level Data
Student Level Data
- Course History - courses offered within College, includes enrollment number by course