To achieve this mission, Felbry College School of Nursing has established the following institutional objectives:

Institutional Objectives

To achieve this mission, Felbry College School of Nursing has established the following institutional objectives:

  • Hire well-qualified professionals to provide the best possible instruction in the College’s academic programs.
  • Provide students with the knowledge, skills, and experiences required to take and pass any State’s licensing examination to practice their profession within the State;
  • Instruct students on the necessary ability to work cooperatively as a valued member of a healthcare team;
  • Develop and cultivate relationships with employers and network with professionals in Felbry College’s fields of instruction to create more job opportunities for Felbry College graduates; and,
  • Instill in students the importance and obligation to pursue continuing education to remain current in emerging knowledge and skills of their professions and to provide the best possible health care for patients.

Philosophy of Nursing

The faculty of Felbry College School of Nursing believes that each person is an individual characterized by the physiological, psychosocial, cultural, spiritual, and physical components.
These components are maintained in homeostasis by an internal mechanism in which a state of health is maintained. However, the person is in constant interaction with his physical environment to maintain life, health, and wellness; including interactions with others, family, and community.

These interactions sometimes disturb the homeostasis; when this balance is disturbed, health is compromised, and health needs occurs.

The dream begins with a teacher who believes in you, who tugs and pushes and leads you to the next plateau, sometimes poking you with a sharp stick called truth. Such teachers are found at Felbry College which is more of a family than a school.

Linda Tebong
RN, Mt carmel