New Class of Seasoned Academic Nursing Leaders Graduate as AACN-Wharton Fellows

Platt College congratulates Dr. Hollie Caldwell, Dean of Nursing, named AACN Wharton Fellow. Pictured in the middle of the second row, Dr. Caldwell is part of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing's (AACN) third class of nursing deans who have successfully completed the AACN-Wharton Executive Leadership Program. Launched in 2012 in collaboration with the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, this world-class enrichment experience is designed exclusively for top academic leaders in schools of nursing.

Platt College Nursing Student Awarded Nursing Scholarship

On Saturday July 26, 2014, Platt College nursing student Joann Blaise was honored by the Eastern Colorado Council of Black Nurses and was awarded the Barbara Crenshaw Scholarship for the 2014 - 2015 school year. Formed in May 1973, the Eastern Colorado Council of Black Nurses (ECCBN) has worked steadfastly to improve health conditions among minorities in Colorado. ECCBN recognizes the importance of supporting fellow African American nursing professionals.


The Time Honored Tradition of the Nightingale Pledge

Nursing students take the Nightingale Pledge at their recent graduation/pinning ceremony. 

The Nightingale Pledge was once taken by all new professional nurses upon first entering the nursing profession. It was named after the famous nursing pioneer Florence Nightingale, who was a championed English nurse. Nightingale laid the foundations of modern nursing with her nursing school at St. Thomas’ Hospital in London (now part of King’s College in London).

Girls Athletic Leadership School Recognizes Platt College Students

The Board of Directors at the GALS (Girls Athletic Leadership School) which is the only public all-girls charter school in Colorado recently acknowledged the following students (many now grads) for their contribution to the GALS Health and Wellness initiative and partnership with the School of Nursing at Platt College.

Welcome to Platt College

Earn a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing in just 36 months......

Platt College is a place of learning that focuses on quality undergraduate education; in fact, it's our mission. We are glad that you have chosen to peruse our website firsthand.  We think the friendliness of our campus community and rich heritage of higher education for more than 27 years will become apparent as you begin to consider Platt College.  You'll quickly see why Platt College is one of Colorado’s most easily accessible four-year, private institutions. We are committed to student success and we believe success is best fostered in an environment of mutual respect, caring, and high expectations.

We like to keep our classes small and our value big. We believe with dedication, perseverance, and hard work, each of you may realize your goal of becoming a professional nurse.

The faculty seeks to instill in students a commitment to life-long learning and a passion for professional nursing practice. It is our goal to never lose sight of these goals as we assist students in progressing through our curriculum.

The School of Nursing at Platt College is a distinctive community. Our decisions and the way we approach day-to-day challenges are based on our core values of diversity, excellence in the learning process, ethics and integrity, personal growth and community. The competencies of our nursing program serve as the road map on a journey to becoming a professional nurse and it is our job to help develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that serve students in areas that have become expectations for the profession of nursing within the 21st century.

At Platt College, we challenge students to be open to learning all there is to know about the nursing process, nursing informatics, evidence-based practice, professional standards, and inter-professional communication and collaboration.

When students graduate from Platt College, it is our hope that graduates have grown personally and professionally and that their ability to value the role of the professional nurse and the impact upon individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations is forever changed.