Ways to Support the School of Nursing
Emphasizing its commitment to creating public good and meeting regional workforce needs, Bowling Green State University has launched a School of Nursing through its College of Health and Human Services.
The school will help support the growth of BGSU’s new Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and the online Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) program, as well as lay the groundwork for future academic program expansions.
As a public university for the public good, BGSU prides itself in helping students achieve their goals of becoming health care professionals who provide exceptional care to individuals, across all lifespans, throughout Ohio, the nation and the world.
The new School of Nursing will help position BGSU to meet the critical demand for nurses both in the region and throughout the country as the nursing field remains one of the fastest-growing industries, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
In providing a state-of-the art education for BGSU students, the College of Health and Human Services has constructed a nearly 15,000-square foot simulation space in the Central Hall Annex (formerly the College of Business building on the Bowling Green campus).
The simulation space will provide hands-on experience for nursing students on both campuses.
Equipment and technology costs for the simulation space total nearly $1 million. Robust updates and enhancements to equipment annually will be essential to ensure our students continue to be highly efficient and career ready. Equipment includes state-of-the-art, high-fidelity patient simulation equipment, including simulation manikins, computer peripherals and software. Simulation in nursing education involves the use of sophisticated life-like manikins in realistic patient environments, which is key to preparing a qualified work force.
In addition to supporting the upkeep of these innovative learning spaces through these named spaces, the School of Nursing also seeks support to help build long-term programmatic sustainability and student support.
Please contact Jordan Cravens to discuss these opportunities in depth.
Jordan Cravens ‘09,’13 (she/her/hers)
Director of Development, University Advancement
419-372-7772 | email@example.com