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U.S. News & World Report 2021 Best Nursing Schools - #55 MSN / #58 DNP98% First-time NCLEX Pass RateFAAN - 13 Fellows of the American Academy of NursingMay 2020 Graduates entering the Nursing Workforce during a global pandemic - 122 BSN Graduates / 5 Post-MSN to DNP Graduates#41 NIH Research Funding / $27M Research Grants and ContractsWELLNESS 360 on campus, nurse-led clinic providing primary care for adult and pediatric patients as well as other specialized care including behavioral health, nutrition counseling, and occupational health for employees, studentsand local families. Pediatric clinic is a foster care center of excellence. Only nurse-led foster care center of excellence in the state.1143 total enrollment / 793 BSN; 208 MSN; 113 DNP; 29 PHD400+ clinical affiliation agreements provide real world experience for students6% African American; 9% Asian; 50% Hispanic; 29% White; 2% International; 2% Two or more Races; 2% UnknownOverall - 21% Male; 79% Female / BSN - 20% Male; 80% Female / MSN - 24% Male; 76% Female / PHD - 4% Male; 96% Female / DNP - 20% Male; 80% Female


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In the 2020 issue of Tribute

Tribute is the official magazine for the alumni and friends of the School of Nursing at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Read and share inspiring stories highlighting our alumni, faculty and students who are revolutionizing education, research, patient care and critical services in the communities they serve.

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