Graduates of the School of Nursing at Loyola University New Orleans are leaders. They’re committed not just to service to individual people but to improving the field of health care as a whole.
For more than 30 years, the School of Nursing has produced those leaders, those innovators. Our program has been recognized nationally for its success, but even more important to us, our students continue to receive accolades for their work both during school and after graduation.
Heritage of Health Care Excellence and Affordability
We offer a variety of programs to better fit your specific financial needs and personal schedule, including deferment of up to 90 percent of your tuition and fees until the end of the semester if you’re participating in an employer-sponsored tuition reimbursement program.
The American Academy of Nursing (AAN) inducted its 2018 cohort of Fellows in November. Loyola’s own Dr. Warren Hebert is among the new AAN Fellows. A three-time Loyola alumnus, Dr. Hebert joined the Wolfpack as an Assistant Professor in 2016. Warren teaches nursing on all three levels, including classes in leadership, health policy, health systems innovation, scientific writing, and community-based care. Dr. Hebert has worked in the home health field since 1985.
RWJBaranabas Health award Post-Master's to Doctor of Nursing Practice student, Mary "Megan" Allen with the New Knowledge, Innovations, and Improvements Award for her contributions to the organization. She was also honored with a scholarship from the medical and dental staff towards her continued studies in the DNP program.
Congratulations to Ms. Allen for her achievements and continues excellence in her studies in the DNP program!