Rankings and Distinctions
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) ranks the IU School of Nursing number eight among public universities who receive funding from the NIH.
We are designated an NLN Center of Excellence in Nursing Education in Two Categories.
Creating Environments that Promote the Pedagogical Expertise of Faculty (designated since 2006)
Creating Environments that Advance the Science of Nursing Education
We are the first school in the history of the National League for Nursing to carry two designations.
Graduate programs rank 15th overall while the adult health CNS program ranks third, according to US News & World Report 2014 Graduate School Rankings.
Almost 40% of the baccalaureate-prepared professional nurses in Indiana graduate from the IU School of Nursing each year.
Two IU School of Nursing faculty members are editors of prestigious nursing journals: Nursing Outlook: The Official Journal of the American Academy of Nursing and Clinical Nurse Specialist: Journal for Advanced Nursing Practice.
There are 30 Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing, eight Fellows of the NLN Academy of Nursing Education, and three Fellows of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners on faculty.
Our T32 Training in Behavioral Health Research program has been funded for over 20 consecutive years.