A diverse campus environment enhances teaching and learning, workforce preparedness, civic engagement, and social responsibility. Mercer University’s Georgia Baptist College of Nursing graduates are intentionally prepared to enter the nursing workforce with the competence and confidence to advocate for the health care needs of a diverse population.
We adopt a definition of diversity that embraces all people regardless of age, biological sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, ethnicity, cultural background, nationality, education, socioeconomics, politics, religion, ability, and beliefs. In keeping with this definition and with the Georgia Baptist College of Nursing core values, we seek to recruit, nurture, and retain highly qualified students, faculty, and staff from diverse backgrounds.
Georgia Baptist College of Nursing is committed to maintaining an inclusive environment of mutual respect and dignity. We encourage and support a thriving and diverse community of students, faculty, staff, clinical partners, and clients. An environment of inclusiveness, equal opportunity, and acceptance for the similarities and differences in our community provides direct educational benefits and is essential for excellence in the fulfillment of our mission.