In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and in an effort to safeguard you and our campus community, we will be conducting campus visits virtually.
Nothing compares to seeing Samford’s campus and viewing our College of Health Sciences facilities in person, but we hope that the resources provided below will be helpful as you decide where to purse your calling of becoming a nurse. We hope to visit with you on campus soon!
Jane Martin, Interim Dean
Interim Dean Jane Martin welcomes you to Ida Moffett School of Nursing and shares what makes our nursing school unique.
A Legacy of Excellence
Built on the four foundational pillars of academic excellence, compassion, caring and service, Ida Moffett School of Nursing has prepared caring, competent and compassionate graduates to provide excellent, patient-centered care for nearly 100 years.
Samford's College of Health Sciences spans more than 223,000 square feet of space. As one of four schools within the college, nursing students have numerous opportunities to learn and work in an environment that mirrors today’s collaborative approach to health care delivery.
A Vibrant City
Campus is only minutes from the heart of Birmingham, one of the country's most vibrant medical communities. In addition to outstanding clinical opportunities minutes from your residence, you will find this metropolitan area offers a rich history and a variety of activities.
Department Chair, Lora Shelton welcomes you to Samford’s undergraduate nursing program.
Assistant Professor Megan Mileski provides an overview of some of our students' favorite undergraduate nursing courses.
Gabrielle Macke, fourth-year nursing student, shares why Samford's Ida Moffett School of Nursing was the right fit for her.
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