School of Nursing
Inspiring Minds. Transforming Lives. Creating the Future.
Welcome to the School of Nursing at Old Dominion University! The School of Nursing was established in 1967 and has been preparing exceptional nurses for professional practice for over 56 years. We are proud of our consistently high pass rates on licensing and certification exams for our graduates. The school is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and approved by the Virginia Board of Nursing. Our success can be credited to a faculty committed to delivering high-quality nursing education using innovative teaching methods, distance learning technologies for selected course delivery, and support from grant awards.
The ODU School of Nursing offers a variety of programs and degrees at the bachelor's, master's, and doctoral levels. We welcome your questions.
Suzanne Marie Wright, PhD, CRNA
Since 1986, the faculty and staff of the School of Nursing at ODU have provided students, alumni, members of the community and other key stakeholders with opportunities to reach their greatest potential...
I invite you to learn more about the positive impact the School of Nursing at ODU is making on our community and beyond. We welcome you to join us as a student seeking a world-class education, as a faculty member searching for professional growth, or as a partner interested in promoting the health and well-being of others.
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School of Nursing Mobile Health Clinic to Bolster Rural Healthcare
The mobile health clinic, serving Southampton County, will provide an option for much-needed care while simultaneously offering a training ground for nurses.
ODU Nursing Announces Interim Dean to Lead School
Suzanne Wright assumed the new role of interim dean of the School of Nursing on Jan. 25.
Dr. Tinnikka Robertson-Jones Selected Dean’s Fellow for Student Recruitment
Dr. Robertson-Jones serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing. Retention and recruitment have always been a priority and passion in her career as a nurse educator.
ODU’s State of the Region Report Predicts Nursing Shortage
A nursing shortage will be acute in Hampton Roads, despite more than a dozen local institutions training the next generation. The issue was explored in Old Dominion University's State of the Region report, released Oct. 4.