Category: Health

New Health Services Admin Completion Program Offers Fast-Track Affordability
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New Health Services Admin Completion Program Offers Fast-Track Affordability

Already ranked as one of the best and most affordable programs in Michigan by organizations such as College Affordability Guide and The Best Schools, Davenport’s bachelor’s in health services administration just got even more accessible and affordable. Through a new completion opportunity, people who have an associate degree and are working as a licensed or...

“A huge bonus”: Traverse City Concurrent BSN Program
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“A huge bonus”: Traverse City Concurrent BSN Program

Faster, flexible, local, hands-on and affordable. What’s not to love? For students in and near Traverse City, those advantages combine to make Davenport’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing concurrent program nothing less than “a huge bonus” toward fulfilling their educational dreams. Thanks to an innovative partnership with Northwestern Michigan Community College (NMC) and Munson Medical...

Scholarship Spotlight – Leaving a Legacy in support of Nursing
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Scholarship Spotlight – Leaving a Legacy in support of Nursing

Gloria Neve, sister of Francine Neve Sherman, says Francine was a true Nightingale “Lady with the Lamp.” She was dedicated to the alleviation of suffering and the restoration of health. She also took great comfort in her religious beliefs. Francine died on May 22, 2018, after a short battle with cancer. She graduated from Howard City High School...

Meet Our 2018 Alumni Award Recipients
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Meet Our 2018 Alumni Award Recipients

We are pleased to present our 2018 Alumni Award recipients. The following alumni have exemplified the vision and values of Davenport University through their professional and community service, and we can’t wait to honor them on Friday, September 28th at the Sneden Center on the Lettinga Campus. If you’d like to join us, tickets for the Alumni...

Davenport receives $2.4 million grant to prepare nursing students in primary care
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Davenport receives $2.4 million grant to prepare nursing students in primary care

Davenport University has partnered with the Wyoming Health Care Center to enhance nursing education for 30 underrepresented students in the Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing Pre-licensure program and improve the outpatient and veteran care skills of 45 WHCC registered nurses. This effort is supported by a $2.4 million grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration....

Creating pathways to health careers for students of color
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Creating pathways to health careers for students of color

Davenport University is joining forces with the Grand Rapids African American Health Institute and six other West Michigan educational institutions to help create academic pathways for students of color within the healthcare field. In November 2017, GRAAHI was awarded an 18-month planning grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation totaling $394,745. GRAAHI and Kellogg Foundation have...

A Healing Touch: Michelle High, ’16 BSN
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A Healing Touch: Michelle High, ’16 BSN

Detroit nursing alumna finds her passion in nursing There is one patient that Michelle High, ’16 BSN, will never forget. “I walked out to the waiting room to greet the family of a patient who just transferred to my floor,” High said. “I was greeted with somber, crying faces.” The family received unfortunate news. Their...

Master of Science in Nursing granted accreditation through 2027
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Master of Science in Nursing granted accreditation through 2027

Davenport University’s Master of Science in Nursing was granted a 10-year term of accreditation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education based on its visit in 2017. The CCNE is recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education as a national accreditation agency. This is the maximum term of accreditation offered by the commission. The program...

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