Coronavirus information

During this challenging time, our Husky Nurse network has stepped up to support our community and each other. From clinical work in the field helping those impacted by COVID-19 to generous support for our students, times of adversity seem to always bring out the best in us. #TogetherWeWill

How the UW School of Nursing is responding to the outbreak, helpful resources and information

Response

Resources

Support School of Nursing COVID-19 Efforts

The faculty and staff at the UW School of Nursing have been working to develop innovative solutions to the challenges proposed by the coronavirus pandemic. Most recently, we implemented three new clinical opportunities to allow our students to safely learn, meet curriculum requirements, and serve in a time when there is a very urgent public need for nursing skills. If you would like to support the School’s response to the coronavirus, there are two ways that you can do so:

COVID-19 Response Support

Nurses are on the frontlines of fighting this pandemic. From conducting research to participating in clinicals, our priority is the safety of our students and faculty. Please consider giving to our COVID-19 support fund, which will be used to purchase personal protective equipment (PPE) to help them serve our community effectively and safely.

Make a Gift

Emergency Student Support

Many of our students are experiencing financial hardships as they continue with their studies. We invite you to make a gift to the Fathi Family Endowed Emergency Fund for Nursing Students. This  fund was created in partnership with the Fathi Family to provide support to our students to continue their education.

Make a Gift