50 years of preparing leaders and promoting health.
The Loewenberg College of Nursing is home to more than 1,000 students, enrolled on campus and online. In 2015, the program moved to the new $60 million Community Health Building, a nearly 200,000 square foot building that serves as a hub for faculty, students, staff and community partners to exchange ideas, pursue scientific inquiries, strive for academic excellence and commit to serving the community. The College offers flexible undergraduate and graduate programs to meet your needs. Our regional campus, UofM Lambuth located in Jackson, TN, offers BSN and RN to BSN programs.
The Loewenberg College of Nursing receives Health Profession Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award!
Want to know the latest on health matters and how to better communicate with your health provider? Let's Talk Health, airing each weekday at 4:55 pm on the Jazz Lover, is a production of the UofM Department of Communication and the Loewenberg College of Nursing.
LCON is building a culture of health for urban children and families through two major initiatives: 1) curriculum integration aimed to preparing nursing students with knowledge and skills of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), and 2) pediatric asthma management across Shelby County Schools. Learn more about the Urban Child Institute Funded Project >>