Baker's reputation as a leader in nursing education in Kansas means health-care professionals throughout the region seek Baker graduates.
Baker's School of Nursing is housed in the Pozez Education Center at Stormont-Vail HealthCare.
Nursing students learn at shelter, rescue mission
Nursing student Lauren Cox and assistant professor Susan Ludwick perform a test on a patient at the Lawrence Community Shelter. Read More
The School of Nursing blends Stormont-Vail HealthCare's rich history of health care and nursing education with Baker’s longstanding academic tradition.
Students practice critical-care nursing techniques on METI Man, a computer-controlled, full-sized patient simulator.
Our curriculum focuses on developing critical thinking, technical knowledge and practical application.
Nursing students enjoy a 10-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio.
School of Nursing | Mission & Program Goals
Baker University School of Nursing is committed to assuring student learning for the practice of professional nursing and developing compassionate, confident, competent providers and managers of care and contributors to society.
The School of Nursing strives to accomplish the following: