You’ll benefit from abundant resources, both at Hope and at various clinical agencies. Hope’s nursing program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
  • The College maintains a fully equipped nursing skills laboratory with interactive video and other advanced learning media.
  • Hope nursing graduates go on to practice throughout the region, the state, and the nation.
  • Hope’s evidence-based program offers employment advantages and a strong academic foundation for graduate study.
  • You’ll learn the art and science of the nursing discipline: Hope’s curriculum is built upon a well-balanced liberal arts education in a Christian context.
  • Nursing courses begin in the sophomore year.
  • Nursing students can join the National Student Nurses Association and the Hope chapter of Nurses Christian Fellowship.
  • As seniors, Hope nursing students participate in a research practicum with faculty.
  • Students can collaborate with professors on a wide range of research projects in the summer.
  • Nursing students are engaged in a variety of service-learning projects, including health-related mission trips abroad.
Hope College Department of Nursing

35 E 12th St.

Holland, MI 49423