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Keep up with the School of Nursing and Health Studies latest news and events

Dates for Spring Roo Visits

Accelerated BSN Roo Visits (Requires a Prior Bachelor’s Degree):
Feb. 7 at 4pm
Mar. 8 at 11am
Apr. 11 at 4pm

Health Science (BHS) Visits:
Jan. 27 at 4pm
Feb. 24 at 4pm
Mar. 24 at 4pm
Apr. 28 at 4pm

Pre-Licensure BSN (Traditional) Visits:
Jan. 27 at 4pm
Feb. 24 at 4pm
Mar. 24 at 4pm
Apr. 28 at 4pm

Click here for sign-up or call the UMKC Welcome Center at 816-235-UMKC (8652) for more information.

School of Nursing and Health Studies Recognizes Graduates

The health care field gets a new infusion of talent from UMKC’s Mid-Year Commencement

UMKC Graduates Headline Downtown Arena

New Roo alumni celebrate graduation in the heart of Kansas City

Top 10 Stories of 2021

A year of investment, innovation and bold initiatives

Congratulations to the Fall 2021 Honor Recipients

Eight graduating seniors who have excelled in both academic achievement and service were named as a Dean of Students Honor Recipients this fall 2021.

UMKC Public Health Researchers Enact National Guidelines

Advocating for physical education as public health policy

Welcoming Nursing’s Next Wave

Nursing enrollment and applications increase in response to pandemic

Health Sciences Graduate Ready to Make a Difference in Public Health

UMKC research experience and bachelor of health sciences degree helping one student realize her dream career.

KCTV5 Features Alumna

Providence Medical Center recently added Certified Nurse ​​Midwife Emily Fox, MSN, APRN, CN​​​M, to its healthcare team.

UMKC Sees Increase In Undergraduate Applications For Nursing

Local news outlets report on the pandemic's effect on applications to nursing schools

Truman Medical Centers Changes Name To University Health

Local media cover the name change for Truman Medical Centers

Public Health Graduates Help a City Get its Health Department Rolling Again

City of Independence, UMKC help each other as importance of community programs grows

Clinic Conundrum Creates Career

One Nurse's Motivation to Solve Real World Issues