Nursing at University of Portland

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Founded in 1901 by Archbishop Alexander Christie with assistance from the Congregation of Holy Cross in South Bend, Indiana, the University of Portland is a private Catholic university offering majors and professional programs at both the undergraduate and graduate level. The University of Portland’s School of Nursing, originally the St. Vincent Hospital School, began offering bachelor’s degrees in nursing in the 1930s. The School of Nursing affirms and embodies  its philosophy of Integrative Health , which “honors the innate ability of the person to heal, values the relationship between client and health care provider, is supported by evidence and uses all appropriate modalities to facilitate healing.”

University of Portland At a glance

3,929

Students

41%:59%

Male: Female

private

Institution Type

Roman Catholic

Religious Affiliation

city

Campus Setting

Nursing at University of Portland

93.40%

NCLEX Pass Rate

CCNE

Accreditation

$36,900-$51,000

Tuition

Nursing Programs offered

    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
    • MSN - Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) Master's Program
    • Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) - Family Nurse Practitioner
    • MSN-Nurse Educator

Location