The School of Nursing at Minnesota State Mankato is a learning community dedicated to educating entry level and advanced practice nurses, developing nursing knowledge and serving diverse communities. Committed to innovation and excellence in nursing education, scholarship and practice, the School of Nursing prepares graduates for fulfilling careers in this thriving field.
Because family health history and genealogy carries significant weight on an individual’s own health maintenance and treatment plans, knowing and understanding this history can help uncover health concerns as well as drive decisions for best methods of treatment. The electronic health records system that was built in-house at Minnesota State Mankato aids in connecting these genealogical dots with the ultimate goal of increasing effectiveness of treatment methods on an individual patient basis.
The 16,000-square-foot Maverick Family Simulation Center is located in the Clinical Sciences Building and provides access to 13 high fidelity mannequins, ranging from newborns to adults. Starting in their first semester in the School of Nursing, students spend significant time in simulation scenarios. The expanded space and equipment resources also create opportunities to bring practice partners into the simulation space and provide training to their workforce.
The School of Nursing at Minnesota State University, Mankato is a learning community dedicated to educating entry level and advanced practice nurses, developing nursing knowledge and serving diverse communities.
Academic advising is an ongoing process where the student and advisor(s) work together to clarify goals, establish meaningful educational plans, effectively use resources and seek opportunities. The end goal is for you to be an involved, independent, self-directed life-long learner.
The 16,000-square-foot Maverick Family Simulation Center is located in the Clinical Sciences Building and provides access to 13 high fidelity mannequins, ranging from newborns to adults.
Advancing family and societal health and healing through education, research and practice.
Health Commons at Pond is a free medical clinic in the Bloomington school district providing care for area children, low-income and immigrant families. The clinic is operated by students, faculty and staff from the Minnesota State Mankato nursing program.
Learn about membership and the history of the Mu Lambda Chapter and Sigma Theta Tau.
"Celebrating The First Fifty Years: An Interpretive Essay," by Mary Huntley, Edna Thayer, and Linda Beer tells the story of the School of Nursing at Minnesota State University, Mankato.
This conference will focus on the use of simulation and technology to advance family and societal health. Topics of interest will include research, education, and practice initiatives within a variety of disciplines.