welcome to the richard and lucille dewitt school of nursing
As a student in the Richard and Lucille DeWitt School of Nursing, you will be challenged in the classroom, simulation lab and clinical settings to provide holistic, evidence-based care to patients and their families. Our graduates perform well on the post-graduation national licensure examination and continue on to rewarding careers around the world as both civilian and military nurses.
Inspired to Serve
Tim Hernandez has made a career of helping others. Prior to attending SFA, Tim worked in prehospital emergency services, assisted with rescue and evacuation during Hurricane Katrina, and enlisted in the U.S. Army as a combat medic in Iraq – all in an effort to serve others.Tim earned his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from SFA in December 2017. He credits the SFA faculty with preparing students to not only perform but to excel in real-world environments.
Tim Hernandez, Class of Dec. 2017
SMALL CLASSES MAKE A BIG IMPACT
Anne James credits her small classes at SFA for her success as a registered nurse. More than a decade after graduating from SFA, she still remembers fondly the one-on-one attention she received from SFA faculty members like Dr. Sara Bishop. The encouragement from Anne’s professors in the School of Nursing helped her persevere even when her courses grew challenging. She also discovered her love for labor and delivery nursing while at SFA and has turned it into a successful career.
Anne James, BSN RN, Class of 2004
Meet Our Students
“What we learn in class really comes into play into our clinical. I really get an educational background on how to assess, plan, intervene and evaluate patients.”
In her time at SFA, Rana Ryan did more than earn a nursing degree. She was named to the May 2016 All-Southland Conference 3rd Team (1,500m run) and the January 2017 Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
“Being in nursing school is absolutely life-changing. It’s an experience that challenges you in every way. We don’t just learn about medications or about diseases, but we learn patient-centered care.”
Accreditation and Approval
The Richard and Lucille DeWitt School of Nursing B.S.N. program at Stephen F. Austin State University is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing and approved by the Texas Board of Nursing.
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing
3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850
Atlanta, GA 30326
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Nacogdoches, Texas 75962
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