America's No. 1 Nursing School For more than 20 years, the University of Washington School of Nursing has been ranked America's No. 1 nursing school, including 17 years atop the U.S. News and World Report list, which began ranking nursing schools in 1993.
Emphasizing Research and Teaching Six degree programs, multiple specialties, continuing education opportunities and world renowned research are part of the UW School of Nursing's goal of addressing society's most pressing challenges in health care. Students: Oliver Liscano and Joann Ucol.
Stay Connected The School of Nursing is grateful for the support of its outstanding alumni, friends and community partners. Many participate as clinical preceptors, advisers and volunteers, and provide financial support for our students, faculty and programs.
Recognizing Leaders in Nursing Every year the UW School of Nursing honors local and national leaders for their important contributions to the field of nursing and pays tribute to our community's most accomplished nurses and health care leaders at the annual Nurses Recognition Banquet.
Advancing Nursing Research With a commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration and patient care the UW School of Nursing is the No. 3 Nursing School in research funding from the NIH, with six centers of excellence and over 185 active and pending research projects.
The UW School of Nursing has a national and international reputation for excellence. An unusually fertile environment for nursing research guides and shapes its baccalaureate and graduate educational programs. It also builds practice that emphasizes leadership skills for the health care needs of a multicultural world.