Department of Nursing

The curriculum has an ethical focus based in Catholic theology and social teaching. Graduates will be well prepared to provide holistic care by treating the whole person – spiritually, emotionally and mentally – as well as physically. Students receive a well-rounded and diverse clinical experience, and are recognized as being well prepared for employment. St. Gregory's offers a unique perspective of emerging issues such as transformative learning and global leadership.

St. Anthony Hospital, St. Francis Health System, St. John Medical Center and Mercy Hospital — Oklahoma’s four Catholic healthcare systems — are key investors in St. Gregory’s nursing program, supporting a program that educates students in Catholic health care practices.

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Department Faculty

Susan J. Barnes, RN, PhD, CNE, FCN - Professor, Director of Nursing

Jaye Lynn Robertson, RN, MS, MA - Instructor

Jasmine Johnson, RN, PhD - Associate Professor

Wanda Robinson, RN, PhDc - Instructor

For more information about the Department of Nursing, contact us at 1-844-BE EXTRA or e-mail today!

St. Gregory’s University Department of Nursing has been approved by the Higher Learning Commission.  The Oklahoma State Board of Nursing (OSBN) has granted the program Provisional Status. The program will be eligible for full accreditation by the OSBN once the first class has graduated and a Board Pass rate for the NCLEX-RN is established.  Any questions about the process for accreditation by the Board may be directed to the Director of Nursing  (405-878-5620) or to the Educational Representative of the State Board, Wendy Hubbard, MS, RN (405-962-1821).  The baccalaureate degree in nursing is a new applicant pursuing initial accreditation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036, (202) 887-6791,  New applicant status is neither a status of accreditation nor a guarantee that accreditation will be granted.  The visit for accreditation by CCNE is scheduled for fall of 2015.