Welcome to the School of Nursing

We take pride in the academic excellence of our programs, which are grounded in the sciences and liberal arts and built upon the basic competencies from your associate and bachelor degree program.

Vision and Mission Statements


As a School of Nursing, the vision is to develop leaders in nursing whose actions, discoveries, and voices lead to strengthen and transform the healthcare of individuals and communities worldwide.


The mission of the Bluefield College School of Nursing (BC SON) Program represents the mission of Bluefield College as a Christ-centered liberal arts college with the Baptist General Association of Virginia, which reflects the tripartite nursing roles of teaching, servant leadership, and research through a collaborative learning environment. Faculty are committed to graduating nursing leaders focused on interprofessional roles to improve health care for all populations. By partnering with community leaders, the gap will be bridged between academia and clinical practice. Our graduates are prepared with the breadth and depth of professional nursing knowledge, which reflects a commitment to serve their community with an enhanced focus on health care delivery for a diverse and global populations.

Education is a journey, and as you continue on this journey within your career trajectory, always remember the time you spend with Bluefield College will open new doors to many professional opportunities. Today more than ever, you are presented with a myriad of exciting possibilities in the field of nursing and health care.

We are delighted to provide you with the educational foundation to support your future objectives and your lifelong journey of professional development. We believe nursing must be a force for innovation, learning and discovery to prepare culturally proficient providers to meet the complex health care needs of a global community. We hope you will join us at Bluefield College.


CCNE Accredited
The Bluefield College School of Nursing RN-BSN program is accredited by the Committee on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791.