Nursing Schools in Alabama
2800 South Alabama Avenue, Monroeville, AL 36460, (251) 575-3156
Alabama Southern Community College is a learning-centered, open admissions, comprehensive community college dedicated to
meeting the continuing and changing educational needs of the citizens of Southwest Alabama. Alabama Southern serves as a
catalyst for comprehensive community and economic development by providing university transfer programs, business and
industry training, developmental studies, learning resources, technical/occupational programs, student development
services, and community services.
7440 East Drive, Montgomery, AL 36117-3596, (334) 244-3000
The mission of the School of Nursing in Auburn University is to foster and exemplify excellence in teaching,
service/outreach, and research. The program prepares professional nurses to provide patient-centered, culturally
competent, evidence-based care for diverse populations in a dynamic health care environment. Graduates are ready to
assume leadership roles in the provision of nursing care in all health care settings. Masterís graduates are ready to
lead in educator and advanced practice nurse roles in health related services to diverse populations.
3060 Wilson Rd SW, Birmingham, AL 35221-1717, (205) 925-2515
The mission of the Nursing program within the Lawson State Community is to prepare individuals in the art of caring in a
high touch and high technology learning environment to be employed in the community as registered nurses, licensed
practical nurses or certified nursing assistants. Students are facilitated in developing the knowledge, skills, and
attitudes necessary for successful practice and are encouraged to pursue advanced education.
280 West Valley Avenue, Birmingham, AL 35209, (205) 916-2800
The Birmingham Campus of Herzing University offers 3 programs of nursing studies: the first program offers a diploma in
Practical Nursing, the second is an LPN to RN bridge program offering an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing degree
and Registered Nursing studies for those who already have a Practical Nursing license, and an RN to BSN bridge program
offering a bachelor of Nursing degree for registered nurses. The third program is offered also online.
2601 Carson Rd, Birmingham, AL 35215-3098, (205) 853-1200
Jefferson College has recently discontinued its Practical Nursing program, and is left with only the Registered Nursing
program which offers an Associate of Nursing degree. This program is a five term program, including summers, which
combines general education and nursing courses in a sequence that allows the student to develop the basic skills for
3000 l Goodwin Parkway, Selma, AL 36703-2808, (334) 876-9227
The School of Nursing in Wallace Community College offers an ADN program for an Associate degree incorporating a program
of learning, a variety of instructional methodologies and available resources. The nursing education fosters competency,
accountability and continued professional development. Threads integrated throughout the curriculum are Critical Thinking,
Communication, Nutrition, Pharmacology, Cultural Diversity, Lifespan, Pathophysiology, Technology, Teaching / Learning,
Legal/Ethical and Roles of the Nurse.
Station One, Livingston, AL 35470, (205) 652-3400
Nursing students at The University of West Alabama have the advantage of experiencing a university environment and are
encouraged to participate in extra-curricular activities on campus. In West Alabama you will find a nursing program with
individualized instruction, a variety of health settings and an associate degree program which will qualify you for the
National Licensure Exam for Registered Nurses.
750 Roberts St, Wadley, AL 36276, (256) 395-2211
In the Southern Union State Community College you will find the best in Academics, Technical and Health Science Programs.
Highly skilled and motivated faculty are dedicated to helping each student acquire the skills necessary to be successful
in the workplace. Staff and Administration are committed to giving each student personal attention with career choices,
financial aid and job placement.
1900 US Hwy 31 S, Bay Minette, AL 36507-2698, (251) 580-2100
The mission of the Nursing Department at Faulkner State Community College is to develop knowledgeable, competent, caring,
and culturally sensitive licensed nurses. These individuals will be prepared to function in the provision and management
of nursing care and as members of the nursing profession will make sound decisions based on critical thinking, and will
engage in safe and effective skilled nursing practices as defined by law and will function in a variety of healthcare
settings. The department strives to prepare productive members of the health care team who will function in the role as
provider, manager, and member of the discipline for our community and society, and who will communicate effectively and
will pursue life-long learning for personal and professional growth.
700 Pelham Road North, Jacksonville, AL 3626, (256) 782-57815
Jacksonville State University provides distinctive educational, cultural and social experiences for a diverse student
population. As a learning-centered university, Jacksonville State University strives to challenge students academically in
a responsive environment, meeting students' educational, career and personal goals. As an academic institution,
Jacksonville State University seeks to produce broadly educated graduates prepared for global engagement. As a public,
comprehensive university, Jacksonville State University promotes excellence in scholarly and service activities consistent
with its academic and professional strengths.