Succeeding as a nursing student requires more than attending classes. Students grow personally and professionally as they complete the program, and the college offers support and resources along the way.
Tutoring & Mentorship
Students have access to free tutoring opportunities and mentorship experiences during their time at the college. Additionally, the Learning Commons offers free tutoring for all University of Cincinnati students. For more information, visit the Learning Commons page.
Student Groups & Organizations
AMBITION (Advising Minorities by Inspiring & Transforming them into Outstanding Nurses) works to improve diversity through a mentoring system, led by a student executive board and faculty advisors.
Student ambassadors represent our dean and college at various university and community events. These student leaders exemplify a commitment to the college, community and nursing profession. Members of this select group receive opportunities to meet community and university leaders and interact with alumni.
Leadership 2.0 looks to increase the number of first-generation, underrepresented and economically disadvantaged students while providing comprehensive academic and social support to those in the program.
The Nursing Tribunal represents the undergraduate student body. Members serve on college and university committees to provide input on policies and procedures. In addition, members organize student programming, such as Relay for Life participation and volunteer events.
Sigma Theta Tau International recognizes superior achievement in nursing, encourages leadership development, fosters high nursing standards and strengthens commitment to the ideals of the profession. Our chapter, Beta Iota, offers members opportunities to get involved in various programs and network with local professionals.
The UC chapter of the American Assembly of Men in Nursing provides a framework for nurses, as a group, to meet, discuss and influence factors that affect men as nurses. This service-oriented organization is committed to the education of the male role in the nursing profession.