School of Nursing Alumni

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Join the UTHealth School of Nursing Network

The UTHealth School of Nursing is proud of the more than 10000 alumni who are making a difference in the field of nursing locally and abroad. The connection to the School of Nursing does not end at graduation, and it is our goal to keep our alumni actively engaged just as much in their professional careers as when  There are a myriad of ways to get involved and stay connected such as:

  • Attending social events like the annual Halloween Social,
  • Connecting with the School of Nursing on Facebook, Indeed, Youtube, Yelp, or Foursquare,
  • Getting involved and becoming a part of the Alumni Volunteer program to provide mentorship on students interested in nursing school or looking at careers after nursing school, or 
  • Donating gifts to the School for scholarships or awards. 

It is our sincere hope that the experiences created as students carry forward into active alumni membership.

Upcoming Events

June 15th at 5:30 p.m.  Alumni Association Meeting (RSVP)
August 19 at 3:00 p.m.  Summer Pinning Ceremony 

Alumni Spotlight

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Congratulations to Holly Jeffreys , DNP ‘11 who is featured as the September Texas Nurse Practitioner Member Spotlight.

What the TNP had to say about Dr. Jeffreys.

“Not only has Holly been an active member to Texas Nurse Practitioners since 2005 by serving on the Board, being a member of the Government Action Committee and presenting at our conferences, she is also a practice owner in the Panhandle area and is a Program Director of the NP Program at  West Texas A&M University. Holly has proven to be a great advocate and leader in the NP community.

We asked Holly why she was a TNP member and she responded with "I am a member of TNP because as an advanced practice nurse I believe it is my professional responsibility to be actively involved and financially supportive of a quality professional NP organization. TNP provides a collective voice for NPs in the state of Texas and if we expect to progress as a profession we must work together and be willing to give our time and financial support to organizations like TNP.