The PRIDE program is designed to promote diversity in nursing and midwifery by recruiting and retaining underrepresented students with the goal of becoming nurse-midwives or nurse practitioners.
As a PRIDE Partner, provide your students with financial savings, educational and networking opportunities, and a seamless transition to advanced practice education. Help your students succeed, and watch as they impact the future of nursing and midwifery.
As a PRIDE student, you will receive support services to ensure successful completion of your program of study.
Support services include:
- Waiver of FNU application fee
- Scholarship Opportunities
- Access to monthly webinars featuring topics relevant to successfully completing a graduate level program of study
- An online Academic Resource Center (ARC) which provides resources related to time management, test preparation, study skills and more
- Retention activities including annual on-campus Diversity Impact Weekend
- Assistance in locating facilities for clinical practicum
- A PRIDE program coordinator available for students to consult as needed
Click HERE to find out more about how Frontier supports their students.
The PRIDE program consists of several components and activities, including a Dean’s Convening, Diversity Impact event, many targeted recruitment trips and various retention programs. Click HERE for more information on PRIDE Events.
Join Frontier as a PRIDE Partner and let's change the future of nursing education together! For more information, please contact:
Director of Recruitment and Retention
Phone: (859) 899-2821
Fax: (859) 899-2921
PRIDE Program Coordinator / Student Services Coordinator
Phone: (859) 899-2826
Fax: (859) 899-2926
This project is supported by funds from the Division of Nursing (DN), Bureau of Health Professions (BHPr), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) under grant D09HP07973, Advanced Education Nursing Grants for $1,034,265. The information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any official endorsement be inferred by, the DN, BHPr, HRSA, DHHS, or the US Government.