Service Learning

Service Learning is a vehicle for engaging students and faculty at the College of Nursing in civic participation, whether it is research-based to identify problems and solutions in the community or outreach-based, implementing strategies. Integral to the nursing curriculum at the undergraduate and graduate levels, service learning improves communities, instills a sense of civic and social duty and contributes to personal and educational growth.

New Jersey Collaborating Center for Nursing (NJ CCN)

NJ CCN is a research and development organization that endeavors to provide objective information about the nursing workforce in New Jersey to serve as a basis for policy development, and as a catalyst for the implementation of innovation in nursing education, practice, and research models. Read More

Center for Veterans Health and Wellness

The College of Nursing will open a clinic in its New Brunswick facility on Patterson Street to serve the mental health needs of the growing number of military veterans attending Rutgers University. Read More

Rutgers FOCUS Wellness Center

Rutgers FOCUS Wellness Center (the Center) is a nurse-managed interprofessional collaborative practice (IPCP) established through a partnership with FOCUS Hispanic Center for Community Development. Read More