September 14, 2010
National League for Nursing Accreditation Visit
A meeting with our NLN Accrediting Team has been scheduled on Tuesday, October 5, 2010 from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m.. Undergraduate students will be meeting from 4:00 to 4:30 p.m. and Graduate (Masters) will be meeting from 4:30 to 5:00 p.m. This is an opportunity for students to discuss their program with the visiting team. The location of the meeting is in the CHHS Conference Room G159 located in the FOC building. Please let the Department of Nursing Secretary, Vanyette Exton, firstname.lastname@example.org or 708.534.4040, know if you plan to attend. We are looking forward to seeing you at the meeting.
September 01, 2010
Nursing Faculty/Curriculum Meetings - All Students Invited
There is still time to get involved this year. Is there one or more among you who is interested in governance? Want to get your interest/concerns heard? There is a solution! Be a class representative to the faculty by attending the faculty/curriculum meetings once a month. The next faculty meeting will be Friday, September 17th. Representatives need only attend one per month, which would be mutually agreed upon. We need representatives from the BS, the MSN, and the DNP programs. There is no better way to have your voice heard then to attend these meetings to represent yourself and your classmates/constituents. Please call Dr. Nancy MacMullen at 708.534.4043 or send her an email at email@example.com to volunteer.
University Mission Statement and Institutional Goals
Governor's State University's Mission Statement
Is committed to offer an exceptional and accessible education that imbues students with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to succeed in a global society.
Governors State University is dedicated to creating an intellectually stimulating public square, serving as an economic catalyst for the region, and being a model of diversity and responsible citizenship.
1. Academic excellence
2. High quality faculty and staff
3. Continuous process improvement
4. Visibility, outreach and economic catalyst
5. Social, ethical, and environmental responsibility
6. Financial growth and sustainability
College of Health & Human Services Mission Statement and Core Values
College of Health & Human Services' Mission Statement
Foster a commitment to lifelong learning, scholarship, professional ethics, diversity, and social justice; and infuse its programs into community partnerships for the economic development of the region.
College of Health & Human Services' Core Values
Nursing Program Mission and Goals:
Nursing Program Mission
To provide an accessible, quality professional nursing education which will: Foster the acquisition of professional knowledge, values, and skills; facilitate the development of leadership, professional vision, and advocacy to promote quality in health care for diverse and underserved populations; and prepare nursing professionals to practice evidence-based nursing in a dynamic healthcare environment.
Nursing Program Goals
1. Prepare nursing students with knowledge, capacity for critical inquiry and thinking, and skills to function in a variety of practice settings.
2. Provide an environment in which students develop cultural competency in health care.
3. Promote the professional values, beliefs and behaviors necessary for providing leadership in the delivery of health care in the 21st century.
4. Foster in students a commitment for life-long learning.