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Presbyterian School of Nursing

The next generation of nurses starts here. The Presbyterian School of Nursing is home to both ambitious undergraduates and graduate students. What sets us apart? Aside from being nearly next door to the state’s leading health care systems, we also have The Hunt Nursing Simulation Center—the award-winning, hands-on facility where students can put their learning into action. High school students can also apply for direct admission into our prestigious program. A four-year nursing degree will give you confidence and more well-rounded set of skills, starting you higher up the healthcare ladder.


The baccalaureate degree in nursing and master’s degree in nursing from the Presbyterian School of Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). CCNE serves the public interest by ensuring the quality and integrity of baccalaureate, graduate and residency/fellowship programs in nursing. For more information regarding our university and program accreditations, please visit our Accreditation webpage.

Undergraduate Degrees

Graduate Degrees & Certificates

The Presbyterian Team

Dean’s Office

Jullet (Jaye) Davis Weaver

Dean, Blair College of Health & Presbyterian School of Nursing

Sheryl Cornelius

Director, Presbyterian School of Nursing
Undergraduate Programs

JoAndrea Costner

Chair, BSN
Graduate Programs

Leah Morgan

Assistant Professor, Nursing

Mission of Service Faculty

The Presbyterian School of Nursing faculty provide rich opportunities for nursing students to learn from award-winning, clinical experts.


Queens is nestled in the historic Myers Park neighborhood, so we are just minutes from Atrium Health Carolinas Medical Center and Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center. Come visit us at the Knight-Crane Hall!