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School of Nursing & Health Professions

Welcome to the School of Nursing and Health Professions

We are delighted that you have chosen Oakwood University (OU) as the place to complete college your education. You will find OU a great place to enhance your walk with Christ. In addition, you will learn professional skills that will develop you academically and professionally. Whether you have chosen, Allied Health, Health and Physical Education, Nutrition and Dietetics, or Nursing, you have decided to enter a profession that mimics the life of Christ by serving others. Get ready! You are entering professional school!

As you enter to learn, you are beginning a professional program that will require discipline, fortitude, perseverance, and the faith that you will be successful. We expect great things from you and anticipate your continued professional progress! Again, Welcome!!

– DEAN, Dr. Arlene L. Johnson

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Oakwood Nation -- it’s time again for The Home Depot’s Retool Your School Grant Program 2018. With your help over the past few years, Oakwood has won top prizes in this grant program that was established in 2010 to provide support for campus improvement projects to...

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Oakwood University Honors Community Heroes

A new feature of Oakwood University's celebration of Black History Month is awarding Community Heroes for their dedicated and innovative contributions to Huntsville and Madison County, Alabama. William Hampton is the founder of the popular Huntsville Revisited...

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Make a Gift. See the Difference.

The Oakwood University Annual Fund Campaign supports the basics for our students. From student aid to academic department
support, your gift makes a difference for the future of Oakwood. Don’t delay— make your gift today! Make a secure gift online at: www.OUgiving.com, or call us at: 256-726-7201, to speak to a development associate.

Distinguished Alumni

Gina Spivey Brown, Ph.D., currently serves as the Dean of the School of Nursing at Howard University. In her short tenure there, she has led the faculty in restoring the program to much of its former glory. When she chaired the nursing program at Columbia Union College, it had some of its greatest success in terms of students passing the state board exams. She has traveled the world consulting with nursing educators on how to strengthen programs, and she is always willing to assist.