Twenty-twenty will be remembered for many years to come as a unique time. We know it’s been challenging, but you have much to be proud of, and CU College of Nursing wants to celebrate with you.
While we forgo the playing of Pomp & Circumstance and adhere to social distance requirements because of Covid-19, let us take a moment to shine a spotlight on you and share stories about some of your classmates. We know it is not even possible to highlight all of the amazing things that you and the Class of 2020 have done, but this is a time to showcase you.
Discover how a UCAN student responds to and faces down natural disasters with Team Rubicon and how an accountant became a nurse. Learn how one student in the Accelerated Bachelor’s program spent her undergrad years cuddling babies in the NICU on Friday nights and how a DNP candidate has juggled family, teaching, studying and being on call for patients. And, find out how a PhD candidate fights compassion without fatigue while raising a family, working full-time, and fostering more than 30 children. These stories will inspire you.
Winter Graduate Stories
Spring Graduate Stories
CU College of Nursing Hooding Ceremony
Please view the following videos:
- DNP Hooding Ceremony
- Masters of Science Hooding Ceremony
- PhD Hooding Ceremony
- Post Graduates Hooding Ceremony
CU College of Nursing Newsletter
CU College of Nursing Graduation and Convocation Program and Magazine. This special edition publication intermingles personal stories with the names of our undergraduates and graduate students, their honors, thesis titles and accomplishments.
You Are a CU Nurse!
Share your accomplishment on social media with the "I Am a CU Nurse" campaign by uploading a photo on Facebook using our “I Am a CU Nurse” frame and tag #CUNursing. Just go to: www.facebook.com/profilepicframes/?selected_overlay_id=822745138188584
We applaud your accomplishments and wish you the best in your future career as a CU Nurse. Stay in touch with the CU Nursing by following us online, signing up for our newsletter and being active as an alumni. Congratulations again from the Faculty and Staff at the College of Nursing.