UNC School
of Nursing

“There is no such thing as a menial task in caring for a human being.” — Elizabeth Kemble, founding dean

Indeed, there is not. And since its founding, the UNC School of Nursing has held this view, purposefully and proudly answering the high calling of caring for human beings through our teaching, research and service. Ranked in the top 10 of two world rankings for schools of nursing, Carolina Nursing excels at advancing the art and science of nursing care, first for our neighbors here at home, and then around the world.

UNC School of Nursing Funding Priorities

Explore Stories

Carolina Covenant Scholar Whitney Noble poses in front of the Old Well at UNC-Chapel Hill.
Student Support

Stepping Ahead

Carolina Covenant Scholar Whitney Noble made her way to nursing school at UNC-Chapel Hill through her own hard work and a little help from C-STEP.

UNC Nursing student administering vaccine.
Health

Historic Experiences

Carolina nursing students are fighting COVID-19 — one vaccine at a time

Nurse-patient interaction.
Health

Adapting Health Care

Adjusting health care to be cognizant of trauma survivors

The Nursing Building
Donor

Supporting Top Quality Education

UNC School of Nursing receives historic gift to prepare the next generation of nurses

Student Support

Room for Growth in Health Care

Returning to the Classroom

Student Support

Fighting for Future Nurses

“This is your career, this is what you’re trained to do.”