Nursing Schools in Charlotte
This page lists nursing schools in the city of Charlotte, NC. For nursing schools in other parts of North Carolina see
Nursing Schools in North Carolina.
9201 University City Boulevard, Charlotte, NC 28223-0001 (704) 687 - 7952
The School of Nursing of the UNC at Charlotte caters to every student from all walks of life; that is why the student
population is so diverse that aspiring nurses are able to relate with every sort of individual no matter the race, creed
or religion. In addition, the Charlotte School of Nursing makes it a point to expose their students in different
settings including home health care, advanced practice settings like clinics, community health agencies and acute care
settings such as hospitals and medical centers.
1900 Selwyn Avenue, Charlotte NC 28274, (704) 337-2200
The Presbyterian School of Nursing at Queens University of Charlotte upholds a tradition of more than a century of
excellence in the development of our current and future nursing workforce. The school prepares nurses to meet the
healthcare needs of diverse communities and to provide leadership to the profession. It creates a dynamic learning
environment that provides options for seamless progression in nursing education and serves as a community resource.
2001 Vail Ave, Charlotte NC 2820, (704) 304-5000
The mission of the Mercy School of Nursing is to prepare the graduates to practice as registered nurses in various
healthcare settings. The students have diverse backgrounds and are supported by a caring, responsible and experienced
faculty. Mercy School of Nursing provides an environment that promotes self-direction, develops critical thinking skills
and instills the value of a life-long learning process.
1200 Blythe Boulevard, Charlotte, NC 28203, (704) 355-5043
Carolinas College of Health Sciences has a proud tradition of educating the region’s best nurses and allied health
providers. The school offers a small-school environment with big-hospital opportunities and experiences.
4800 Airport Center Pkwy, Charlotte NC 28208, (877) 338 – 0006
The School of Health Science in ECPI offers a diploma in Practical Nursing. This diploma program prepares the student for
licensure and entry-level employment as a practical nurse. Students learn about anatomy, providing comfort and care to
patients recuperating from injury or illness, pharmacology concepts, and providing care across the human lifespan. They
also learn to function as a member of a healthcare team, usually working under the supervision of an advanced practice
registered nurse, registered nurse, licensed physician, licensed dentist, or other practitioner authorized by law to
supervise LPN practice. Practical Nursing students learn to communicate with patients and their families clearly both
orally and in writing.
P.O. Box 35009 Charlotte, NC 28235-5009, (704) 330 - 2722
The Associate Degree Nursing curriculum in Central Piedmont College provides knowledge, skills, and strategies necessary
to integrate safety and quality into nursing care, to practice in a dynamic environment, and to meet individual needs
which impact health, quality of life, and achievement of potential. Course work includes and builds upon the domains of
healthcare, nursing practice, and the holistic individual. Content emphasizes the nurse as a member of the
interdisciplinary team providing safe, individualized care while employing evidence-based practice, quality improvement,