It is my pleasure and privilege to welcome you to Mennonite College of Nursing (MCN) at Illinois State University!
In my nearly seven years at MCN, I have seen the college grow and change in many positive ways. Even through the throws of the pandemic, our outstanding students, faculty, and staff found ways to turn difficult challenges into inspiring opportunities, and continue learning, teaching, and moving forward. We are united in the belief that here at Mennonite at ISU, there are Redbirds changing lives every single day.
Nursing is a profession where you can truly make a difference, providing compassionate care in your community or anywhere in the world. Nurses are needed everywhere, now more than ever.
Why should you consider MCN? Mennonite is committed to preparing excellent nurses that hear the call to service and are ready to lead the way. We accomplish this through quality programs, caring and connected faculty, and a culture that fiercely embraces the future while never forgetting our treasured past. Whether you are a prospective student, faculty member, or staff member, MCN has a home for you. It truly is a great place to learn, teach, and work.
Let me share with you just some of the highlights that make me so proud to be Dean of Mennonite College of Nursing:
This list is just the beginning. I encourage you to explore our website and learn about our amazing array of programs, people, student life, and more. I think you will agree with me that Mennonite College of Nursing at Illinois State University is truly among the best of the best.
Judy Neubrander, Ed.D., FNP-BC