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Tuskegee University Nursing School

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I am a high school senior who is planning to obtain a Bachelor's of Science in Nursing and is currently applying to colleges, including Tuskegee University. If anyone has attended or heard about their nursing program, what feedback do you have on it? Is it a good program? What are its benefits and disadvantages? What kind of clinical experiences are available? How well does it prepare you for your career and how does it compare to other programs? ANY information, feedback, or advice would be appreciated. Thank you so much in advance.

niahri

Specializes in Hospice, Home Health, Acute Care. Has 5 years experience.

I am a proud graduate of TU class of 2006 and I don't know any TU nurses that haven't passed their boards or gained employment. Tuskegee itself has a great reputation. Just know that when you go to an HBCU the classes are small and the faculty has usually been there forever. I'm from Ohio so the transition was different, I had to get used to things being much slower. After Tuskegee I went on to receive my MSN and DNP. I felt very prepared for boards and graduate school. I am currently a family NP and full time faculty member at an SEC university. My time at Tuskegee was some of the best of my life. Good luck to you.

Buyer beware, BSN

Specializes in GENERAL. Has 40 years experience.


I am a proud graduate of TU class of 2006 and I don't know any TU nurses that haven't passed their boards or gained employment. Tuskegee itself has a great reputation. Just know that when you go to an HBCU the classes are small and the faculty has usually been there forever. I'm from Ohio so the transition was different, I had to get used to things being much slower. After Tuskegee I went on to receive my MSN and DNP. I felt very prepared for boards and graduate school. I am currently a family NP and full time faculty member at an SEC university. My time at Tuskegee was some of the best of my life. Good luck to you.

I am proud to say that although I never attended this hallowed school, I did once take care of a Tuskegee airman in his final days on Earth.

It was an honor beyond all others to know that this brave knight of the skys was brave even at the moment of his own passing.

I urge all who don't know about these super pilots and their daring exploits to look them up as they define the very definition of what the last true measure of devotion and valor is all about.

Good luck in TU and all the best.

Edited by Buyer beware