Our faculty are not only experts in their field, but caring mentors to students.
School of Nursing
Our programs integrate nursing theory with practical experience.
D'Youville College's nursing programs prepare you to assess, plan and provide and direct patient care in a variety of healthcare settings.
Our reputation for high-quality, student-centered education is based on a rich history of preparing students exceptionally well to enter the nursing profession.
Graduates of our nursing programs are competent, compassionate, knowledgeable professional nurses. They work in hospitals, clinics, medical practices and in home healthcare throughout the Buffalo region and beyond.
The demand for nurses continues to grow. To help meet community needs, D'Youville offers several nursing bachelor's and graduate degree options to fit the needs of working professionals and those wishing to enter the field.
- Associate Degree and Diploma Registered Nurses
- Currently licensed RNs
- College Graduates from fields other than Nursing
- Nurses with a Master's Degree in Advanced Practice
Bachelor's Degree Completion Program for RNs with an Associate Degree
Advanced Certificate Programs
Get to Know Us
"After graduating, I hope to work as in an emergency room or primary care office/clinic."
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"Last year we established an annual DYC Nursing Medical Mission Trip to the Dominican Republic."
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Because of our many clinical affiliations, we can offer students a variety of experiences and settings.
D'Youville was the first college in WNY to offer a bachelor's degree in nursing in 1942.
NEWS & EVENTS
DYC to Dedicate Student Veteran Lounge to Alumna Who Died in Vietnam
03-19-2014 - Eleanor Grace Alexander, '61 was one of eight nurses killed in the Vietnam War.
The Buffalo News interviews DYC nursing professor about her community project
02-10-2014 - Pamela Riester's donation of homemade blankets to Project Linus benefits children and families experiencing trauma.
Nursing Students Inducted into Honor Society
11-25-2013 - Sixty-two students attending the School of Nursing at DYC were recently inducted into the Zeta Nu chapter of Sigma Theta Tau.