University of Florida College of Nursing

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College of Nursing
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TypeNursing school
Established1956
Parent institution
Health Science Center
AffiliationUniversity of Florida
DeanAnna M. McDaniel
Academic staff
70
Students930
Undergraduates700
Postgraduates230
48
Alumni11,000+
Location, ,

United States
Websitewww.nursing.ufl.edu

The University of Florida College of Nursing is the nursing school of the University of Florida. The UF College of Nursing is Florida's Flagship nursing program. Established in 1956, the College of Nursing is located on the university's Gainesville, Florida main campus. The college is fully accredited, and is one of six academic colleges and schools that constitute the J. Hillis Miller Health Science Center.[1]

The college is part of the Health Science Center.

The college is ranked among the top ten percent of all baccalaureate and graduate degree-granting nursing schools in the United States. The average overall grade point average (GPA) for incoming upperclassmen to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) program is 3.57. The college currently has 70 faculty members and 930 total students, including 230 graduate students, of which 48 are doctoral candidates.

80% of UF BSN graduates go on to graduate school within three years of graduation.

U.S. News & World Report ranks the college at 32nd overall among all U.S. nursing schools.

The college received more than $5 million in research grants last year.[1]

The current Dean is Dr. Anna M. McDaniel.

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  1. ^ "UF Health, University of Florida Health". UF Health, University of Florida Health.

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