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Throughout the past year and amid these unprecedented times, the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing has demonstrated resiliency and a steadfast commitment to education, community, diversity, equity, inclusion, and the health of our world.

The year’s highlights are many—being recognized as a Best School for Men in Nursing by the American Association for Men in Nursing, receiving the HEED Award for Excellence in Diversity, being named a 2019 National League for Nursing Center of Excellence in Nursing, and receiving a $4.3M grant to become a national center dedicated to improving the health and function of people with disabilities. These are just to name a few.

In our annual report below, you will see how our mission of excellence, leadership, advocacy, and innovation is at the forefront of everything we do to advance nursing education and research. It is no doubt the accomplishments of our faculty, staff, and students—on the front lines and behind the scenes—whose hard work, energy, character, and vision make our success a reality.

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Rankings & Honors

US News
No. 1
US News Online
No. 2
US News Logo
No. 3

 
RankingsFY20
Master’s Nursing ProgramNo. 1                                
DNP Nurse Practitioner Adult Gerontology Primary Care TrackNo. 1   
DNP Nurse Practitioner Administration; Family; Leadership Track (tied)No. 2
Online Master’s Nursing ProgramsNo. 2
Master’s AdministrationNo. 2      
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programNo. 3      
DNP Adult Gerontology Acute Care TrackNo. 4
 
QS World University Rankings
AAMN
2019 Health Professions Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine.
NLN



Faculty

FacultyFY20
Joint Appointments29%             
Sigma Theta Tau International Research Hall of Fame Recipients14%
New FAANs inducted8 (39 total FAANs)  
Number of full-time faculty95
Full-time faculty with doctoral degrees98%
Racial or ethnic minorities29%
Male faculty13%
Endowed Chairs8



Students

StudentsFY20
Total financial and donor aid$10 million              
Number of PhD students46
NCLEX pass rate97%
Number of students (overall)1,406
Peace Corps returned volunteers13
Clinical placements at Johns Hopkins Health System facilities90%
Racial or ethnic minorities36%
Male students12%
Number of states students are from46
Number of countries students are from27



Local to Global

Local to GlobalFY20
Community service hours1,575                           
Collaborations with other nursing/medical schools internationally42
Countries for collaborations above25



Research



Development

DevelopmentFY20
Total Fundraising                                                                                                       $5,906,961.48        
Building                                                                                  $803,808.86              

The information above represents data from fiscal year ’20 (July 2019 – June 2020).