Our Vision

Building Exceptional Nursing Graduates and the Faculty to Teach Them

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MUSC Nursing

Roadmap to the Future

Addressing a critical need for Nurses

As part of South Carolina’s leading academic medical center, the MUSC College of Nursing has taken the lead in developing a thoughtful and timely response to this growing crisis.

At the MUSC College of Nursing, we have developed a four-part plan to:

The MUSC College of Nursing raises philanthropic funds to address the dire shortage of nurses. But we cannot do it alone. We need your help.  

Why the MUSC College of Nursing?

The MUSC College of Nursing has a long and distinguished history of 140 years preparing the finest professional nurses who care, cure, and create new knowledge in improving the health of individuals, families, and communities. We educate more than 600 students each year at the highest levels. On average, 98% of graduating students believe that the education they receive at MUSC is exceptional.


ABSN program in the nation, US News ranking


DNP program in the nation, US News ranking


NCLEX 1st-time Pass Rate 2023


ANCC Pass Rates 2022

Hope is not defined by our highest moments. Rather, it is built upon layers of resilience, perseverance, and the refusal to quit.

Crystal Wood - Doctor of Nurse Practice (DNP) Class of '22

Crystal Wood

If an individual can positively change the life of another, imagine what a community can do to change the world.

Tricy Kosobud-Sossamon - Doctor of Nurse Practice (DNP) Student

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I decided that nursing was the career I wanted to pursue after the COVID-19 pandemic. Seeing the hardships that nurses and other healthcare personnel had to face made me realize that I ultimately wanted to provide the highest quality of care for my patients.

Alexis Gontz - Accelerated Bachelors of Science (ABSN) Student

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