Texas Woman's University

Texas Woman's University

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Welcome to Texas Woman's University College of Nursing!  Our Adventure in Excellence in the College of Nursing began in 1954 with the first graduates from the BS program in 1958.  Our focus is to continue to prepare the highest quality graduates of all our programs for the citizens of Texas and beyond.  As the largest College of Nursing in Texas, we prepare more new graduates ready to become registered nurses than any other program in the state. Our BSMSPhD, and DNP programs are des...

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Welcome to Texas Woman's University College of Nursing!  Our Adventure in Excellence in the College of Nursing began in 1954 with the first graduates from the BS program in 1958.  Our focus is to continue to prepare the highest quality graduates of all our programs for the citizens of Texas and beyond.  As the largest College of Nursing in Texas, we prepare more new graduates ready to become registered nurses than any other program in the state. Our BSMSPhD, and DNP programs are designed to meet current and future needs of the citizens of Texas. With our highly qualified faculty who are outstanding teachers, scholars and clinicians, they continue to be the leaders in the state, in the nation, and internationally. 

With over 13,000 alumnae, the College of Nursing continues to influence health care quality around the world. Our newest building, the impressive TWUInstitute of Health Sciences-Houston Center at the south gateway to the world renowned Texas Medical Center, is a state of the art facility.  Please visit our campuses located in DentonDallas and Houston to experience the quality of the faculty, staff and outstanding facilities. We look forward to meeting you!

CONTACT
P.O. Box 425498
Denton, TX 76204-5498
Phone: (940)-898-2401
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  • TWU College of Nursing celebrates 60 years — 10/9/14

    Posted Aug 10, 2015 by James Bone

    The Texas Woman's University College of Nursing is celebrating its 60th anniversary during the 2014-15 academic year with events in Houston, Dallas and Denton that highlight the college's rich tradition of producing exceptional nurses. Full Story...

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    The Texas Woman’s University College of Nursing is celebrating its 60th anniversary during the 2014-15 academic year with events in Houston, Dallas and Denton that highlight the college’s rich tradition of producing exceptional nurses. Full Story...

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  • Anita Hufft named dean of TWU’s College of Nursing— 7/25/14

    Posted Aug 8, 2015 by James Bone

    Texas Woman's University has named Dr. Anita Hufft as the new dean of the TWU College of Nursing for the university's Denton, Dallas and Houston campuses. A TWU alumna, Dr. Hufft previously served as dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences for Valdosta State University in Georgia. She began her duties at TWU July 15. Full Story...

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    Texas Woman’s University has named Dr. Anita Hufft as the new dean of the TWU College of Nursing for the university’s Denton, Dallas and Houston campuses. A TWU alumna, Dr. Hufft previously served as dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences for Valdosta State University in Georgia. She began her duties at TWU July 15. Full Story...

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  • TWU honors nursing alumnae with Distinguished award— 3/27/15

    Posted Aug 8, 2015 by James Bone

    Texas Woman's University and the Texas Woman's University Former Students Association (TWU FSA) will present the TWU Accolades Luncheon on Friday, April 17. Distinguished Alumni Award recipients include Lillie Biggins, president of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth. Full Story...

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    Texas Woman’s University and the Texas Woman’s University Former Students Association (TWU FSA) will present the TWU Accolades Luncheon on Friday, April 17. Distinguished Alumni Award recipients include Lillie Biggins, president of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth. Full Story...

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  • TWU nursing student researching Ebola as part of NIH summer internship- 6/30/15

    Posted Aug 8, 2015 by James Bone
  • Texas Medical Center Women's History Project

    Posted Jul 8, 2015 by James Bone

    Congratulations to our own Dr. Robin Britt and Dr. Ann Scanlon McGinity!

    On March 19, 2015, the Texas Medical Center Library honored the third installation of inductees into the Texas Medical Center Women's History Project at a reception. This year's honorees were Dr. Robin Britt, Texas Woman's University (retired); Dr. Janet Butel, Baylor College of Medicine; Dr. Asha...

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    Congratulations to our own Dr. Robin Britt and Dr. Ann Scanlon McGinity!

    On March 19, 2015, the Texas Medical Center Library honored the third installation of inductees into the Texas Medical Center Women's History Project at a reception. This year's honorees were Dr. Robin Britt, Texas Woman's University (retired); Dr. Janet Butel, Baylor College of Medicine; Dr. Asha Kapadia, UTHealth School of Public Health; Dr. Ann Scanlon McGinity, (TWU Regent), Houston Methodist Hospital; and Dr. Elizabeth Travis, MD Anderson Cancer Center.

    The project recognizes the significant contributions made by women to the development of the Texas Medical Center and the advancement of health sciences and medicine. These outstanding women's oral histories are recorded and preserved for posterity in the archives at the Library.

    Accreditation Information

    The (baccalaureate degree in nursing/master's degree in nursing/Doctor of Nursing Practice program and/or post-graduate APRN certificate program) at Texas Woman's University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education ( American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) > Home

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  • Student Tips: Build Your Network Before You Graduate!

    Posted Mar 20, 2015 by James Bone

    Getting ready to graduate? You never know when you may need to reach out to your extended network to find that perfect job! Nurses Lounge lets you maintain professional relationships with classmates, colleagues, and professors! You can even exchange professional recommendations!

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