Caylor School of Nursing

Preparing competent, caring and compassionate nurses for nearly 50 years.

Preparing Nurses for Almost 50 Years


LMU's cornerstone belief is service to humanity, and few professions embody this belief like nursing. Nurses help people attain and regain wellness. In addition, nurses work with individuals, families, and community groups, helping them adapt to changes—in their needs, their roles, and their relationships—brought on by changes in health. At LMU, nursing students receive the training and education needed to become qualified nurses capable of succeeding in the 21st century health care environment. Students are also held to the high moral and ethical standards, as well as a sense of personal responsibility, that are vital to nursing.

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Nursing News

LMU Nursing Classes April 23, 2024 Lincoln Memorial University, CHI Saint Joseph Health Host Virtual Signing Ceremony to Finalize Nursing Classes Agreement

Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) Interim President Jason McConnell, DBA and Tammy Dean, DNP, RN, CNE, dean of the LMU-Caylor School of Nursing (LMU-CSON) and R. Jay Stubblefield, PhD, executive vice president for academic affairs, met virtually with leaders from CHI Saint Joseph Health to finalize an agreement between the University and CHI Saint Joseph Health to provide nursing classes in Lexington, Kentucky beginning this fall.

CHI Saint Joseph Health January 17, 2024 LMU Caylor School of Nursing to Launch Site in Lexington at CHI Saint Joseph Health

Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) Interim President Jason McConnell, DBA, has announced plans for the LMU-Caylor School of Nursing (LMU-CSON) to bring one of its proven nursing programs to Lexington, Kentucky, later this year. LMU received Kentucky Board of Nursing approval to move forward with the site at Saint Joseph Hospital in Lexington. LMU plans to enroll students in its Bachelor of Science in Nursing program for an August 2024 start date.

Dean's List badge January 16, 2024 LMU Announces Fall 2023 Dean's List

Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) has announced that the following students were placed on the Dean’s List for the fall semester of 2023. To be placed on the Dean’s List, the student must be a full-time undergraduate and have a 3.5 or higher grade-point average for the semester.

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