National Midwifery Week is October 4-10, and Frontier Nursing University is celebrating by hosting an exciting virtual event dedicated to nurse-midwifery. During FNU's Empower 2020 Year of the Nurse and the Midwife virtual event, hear from passionate leaders in nurse-midwifery who are committed to better care for women and families. We hope you’ll join us!
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FNU has a strong tradition of innovation in family nursing education with 80 years of experience in graduate nursing and midwifery programs. Our mission is to educate nurses to become competent, entrepreneurial, ethical and compassionate nurse-midwives and nurse practitioners who are leaders in the primary care of women and families with an emphasis on underserved and rural populations. For more information, please visit Frontier.edu.
Frontier Nursing University fosters a Culture of Caring built on: Professionalism, Inclusivity, Respect, Positive Communication and Mutual Support. When we create a Culture of Caring — as students, alumni, faculty, staff, donors and friends — we enjoy a committed and loyal community where all of us feel valued, confident, empowered and accepted.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Frontier Nursing University recognizes the need to increase diversity within the nursing and midwifery professions. The goal of FNU’s Office of DEI is to ensure students, faculty and staff are provided with an environment that promotes DEI and encourages the success of all community members. We encompass an atmosphere built on a culture of caring and solicit the equitable perspectives of students, faculty and staff regardless of race, gender, sexual preference or identity, disability and/or religion.