Jefferson College of Nursing
Annual Report

A Year of Challenge and Innovation

Even before the global Covid-19 pandemic scrambled schedules and forced us to quickly adopt unprecedented ways of teaching, learning, and practicing nursing, Jefferson College of Nursing was aggressively establishing itself as an outstanding academic institution and a vital contributor to building a better Philadelphia area community.

As 2020 comes to a close, it’s a great time to celebrate all of the accomplishments Jefferson College of Nursing has made over the last year.

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Notes from the Dean's Desk

"Chief Compassion Officer" Brightens a Challenging Year

For the faculty, staff, and students at Jefferson College of Nursing – and for the patients looking to us for comfort and inspiration – Maggie has to be near the top of our list. Maggie, for those who have not yet been privileged to meet her, is the College of Nursing’s “Chief Compassion Officer.” On campus now barely a year, she has been an inspiration – always ready for the challenges of a new day, always enthusiastic, always loving.

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National Recognitions & Rankings

The Jefferson College of Nursing was ranked among the top 100 Best Nursing Schools: Master’s and Doctor of Nursing Practice for 2021 by U.S. News & World Report.


Impact & Innovation

Learn more about the Jefferson College of Nursing's approach to transformative academics and education — including the reimagining of and disrupting of the way nurses lead and impact society. "We're branding a whole new legacy," says JCN Dean Dr. Marie Ann Marino.