Missouri Archive

Avila University Nursing School Review

Avila University (AU) is a Church university; strongly affiliated and supported by the Catholic Church. The university is sponsored by the St Joseph Sisters of Carondelet and started off a women’s school. It has undergone tremendous changes including relocations to …

Cox College Nursing Program Review

Cox College has its history dating back to 1907 when it operated as Burge Deaconess Training School for nurses. The initial college was then closed in 1945 due to lack of standardized nurse training facilities. However, after the Second World …

Graceland University Nursing School Review

Graceland University (GU), formerly Graceland College is a church university of the Community of Christ Church. The college offered is first college education program at Iowa in 1985, where its main campus still remains to be.  Graceland University has since …

Hannibal-LaGrange University Nursing School Review

Hannibal-LaGrange University (HLGU), formerly known as Hannibal–LaGrange College, is an “unapologetically Christian” University, deeply connected to the Missouri Baptist Convention. As a church university, it gives more emphasis on liberal arts studies in comparison to other universities. The university was …

Lincoln University Nursing School Review

Lincoln University (LU) is one of the two historically Black Schools in the State of Missouri. This public university dates back to 1866, when it was established to offer teacher training opportunities to African Americans living in Missouri. The university …

Park University Nursing School Review

Park University (PU), one of the most renowned private universities in the nation was founded in 1875. It started off as Park College until the year 2000 when it acquired a university status. The University had been earlier affiliated with …