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The School of Nursing at Roberts Wesleyan University enjoys an excellent reputation for preparing graduates who are respected and sought after in the healthcare community. Our students often find that attending Roberts has a positive impact on their view of the world and what it means to be a Christian professional in the contemporary healthcare environment.

Convenient format options—Unapologetically Christian—Alumni respected in the healthcare community—Excellence in nursing through innovative education—Earn multiple degrees—Fully accredited

I’m pleased you’ve chosen to explore nursing at Roberts Wesleyan University. Nursing is a rewarding career and an essential health profession needed to serve the health needs of all people, both nationally and abroad.  Nurses serve in places of residence or work, community settings, institutions, or agencies. Men and women with Christian ideals and values, prepared in a balanced program of liberal arts and professional education, are well equipped to contribute meaningfully to the health of individuals, groups, and communities. 

Dean of the School of Nursing

Annemarie Dowling-Castronovo, Ph.D., R.N., GNP-BC, ACHPN, CNE, FNAP is the dean for the School of Nursing. As academic dean for Roberts Wesleyan’s School of Nursing, Dowling-Castronovo will lead a team of expert faculty committed to ongoing excellence in nursing by advancing care through teaching curricular implementation, practice, scholarship and service in a supportive Christian academic environment. In addition to her administrative duties as a member of the academic cabinet and working collaboratively to facilitate relationships with other campus offices to support the university's strategic mission, Dowling-Castronovo serves in an educational capacity as a professor of nursing.

Read the press release announcing the dean for the School of Nursing.


The baccalaureate and masters programs in nursing at Roberts Wesleyan University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org).


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