The Scott & White School of Nursing strives to prepare graduates to become leaders in the profession, lifelong learners, and community servants who practice nursing based on Christian values and professional principles. A set of values are the core behaviors expected of all students, faculty, staff, and administrators working together to achieve the school’s mission. The CRU Nursing core values are Respect, Caring, Integrity, Professionalism, and Service.
Matthew 7:12, "In everything, do unto others what you would have them do unto you."
Respect is demonstrated through the regard for others thoughts, beliefs, and diverse backgrounds through actions, courteous communication, and active listening.
Caring is demonstrated through showing kindness and compassion to peers and others, as well as the intentional development of supporting relationships.
Integrity is demonstrated through honesty in academics, practice, and interactions with others.
Professionalism is demonstrated through the values and ethics of nursing as well as civil communication and interactions with peers and interprofessional colleagues.
Service is demonstrated through the commitment to addressing the holistic needs of individuals, families, and communities locally and globally.
Page last updated October 05, 2020