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Deidra Dillard, Kassidy Simpson, Dausen Duncan; front row: Gabby Garrison and Samantha Huggins


Nurse Journal has listed Arkansas Tech University among the top 1 percent of nursing schools in the Eastern United States. Consistently one of the top five majors among incoming freshmen at ATU, nursing is one of more than 140 academic programs available to students on campuses in Russellville and Ozark. A culture of stackable degrees provides students with access to credentials ranging from Nursing Assistant to Practical Nursing to Registered Nursing through ATU-Ozark. The opportunities continue on the ATU campus in Russellville, where students pursue the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and the Master of Science in Nursing Administration degree. There is also an online learning option for Registered Nurses seeking a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Begin your journey at 


Nursing Notes

“Find sources for enthusiasm and seek out self-care techniques that work for you. Construct 1-year, 5-year and 10-year plans!! Think of nursing as a career, not a job.”

Sheila Stroman, Ph.D., RN, asistant professor
University of Central Arkansas, School of Nursing
Years in Nursing: 40


Sheila Stroman, Ph.D., RN
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