The School of Nursing offers the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts in Disaster Healthcare Mission Management (non-nursing major, DHMM), and the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP). These programs prepare healthcare professionals who demonstrate confident leadership in providing excellent and compassionate care across the world. The School has a special affinity for vulnerable and disadvantaged populations, especially in rural and global settings and disaster situations.   

Look Inside

Take a quick tour of the School of Nursing Building, home to the faculty and students in Nursing and Disaster Healthcare Mission Management.
School of Nursing

Jalyn Grace Poynter

Jalyn Grace Poynter, a nursing major with a Spanish minor, is from Beaver Dam, Kentucky. At Lee, she is a teacher’s assistant at the Early Learning Center, an episode host for Imago Dei, a member of the Evangelistic Singers, and a member of Phi Eta Sigma. Jalyn has also been a Presidential Scholar, an Honors Scholar, and a Dr. Scholl Scholar. She came to Lee after attending a Winterfest conference and Summer Honors. Her favorite parts of Lee have been hands-on experience in her major, her Global Perspectives trip to Colombia, and developing her faith. Jalyn plans to become a registered nurse in the orthopedic or pediatric setting, earn her Doctor of Nursing Practice, and maybe teach or get involved in a mission’s organization for travel nursing.