Crouse Hospital College of Nursing students comprise a diverse group of men and women of different ages and varying backgrounds. Whether you're a "commuter" student or one who lives in the school's residential facilities on campus, meeting, studying and working alongside fellow students from backgrounds different from your own will help prepare you for the real-world of caring for patients of varying ages, races, religions and creeds.
As a student at Crouse Hospital College of Nursing, you'll have the opportunity to develop not only your academic and nursing practice skills, but managerial and leadership skills as well. Plus you'll have the added bonus of making friends — some will last a lifetime — with those who understand your passion for making nursing not just a job, but your profession. Students undertake projects together as part of the Crouse Hospital College of Nursing Association, affiliated with the National Student Nurses Association.
Student Life Coordinator
Debby Farnsworth, MS, RN, a faculty member in the Crouse Hospital College of Nursing, serves at Student Life Coordinator. Feel free to contact her at 315/470-5782, or stop by the Student Life Office, room 360 in the Marley Education Center, with questions about any aspect of student life.