Seton Hall University
Men in Nursing

Where Men are Inspired to Become Leaders

An increasing number of men are pursuing a career in nursing as they recognize the many opportunities for growth. Seton Hall University College of Nursing, home of New Jersey’s first baccalaureate nursing program, provides a solid educational and clinical foundation for our students – over 13% of whom are males.

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Our male students are already beginning to leave their mark on the nursing profession. In 2012, Eddie Cuza -- then a senior in our program -- spearheaded the launch of New Jersey's first and only chapter of the American Assembly for Men in Nursing (AAMN), whose purpose is to provide a framework for nurses, as a group, to meet and to discuss and influence factors that affect men as nurses.

The College of Nursing is also the proud host of the 38th Annual AAMN Conference, titled "Men in Nursing: Guided by the Past, Based in the Present, and Unfolding Our Future," October 23-25, 2013, in Newark, New Jersey.

Men in Nursing: Students

To learn how you can make a difference in the healthcare industry by becoming a Seton Hall nurse, fill out the form on the right.

Ruben Fernandez

"At Seton Hall, you are not a number, but an individual, taught by faculty committed to you and to the profession of nursing overall."

– Ruben D. Fernandez

Chief Nursing Officer and Vice President Patient Care Services, Palisades Medical Center

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