Nursing at Mountain View

The Nursing program at Mountain View will prepare you for a career in health care where you can really make a difference in people's lives. Our faculty draw on their knowledge and experience to ensure student success.

The Spring 2020 admissions window has closed. Please check back soon for updates on the Fall 2020 application process. 

For more information please contact: 
Mrs. Rochelle Self-Drake, M.Ed.
Coordinator of Academic Programs for the Nursing Program 


Mrs. Vanice Schultz
Executive Administrative Assistant to the Dean

Mission Statement

To prepare educated, competent, ethical, and professional nurses who provide scientifically-based, compassionate nursing care for the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of diverse individuals within the community. The nursing program supports the general vision, values and mission of Mountain View College by preparing NCLEX ready graduates who will positively impact the community.


Nursing is both an art and a science, focused to assist the individual, family and/or community to achieve and sustain maximum functional abilities throughout the lifespan. Nursing is a profession which is a vibrant, dynamic, interactive and proactive process. The patient, family, and community are viewed as an integrated, holistic body that is unique, values communication, has dignity, concern, and respect. The community served is diverse in age, culture, religion, and ethnicity. Nursing incorporates scientific knowledge, critical thinking, ethical-legal decision making, and high-level technical skills to promote health, disease prevention, and disease management through the use of the nursing process.