Alumni Success

Edwin Pouncival Smith RN, BSN 2015, Bachelor of Science in Nursing South University, Cleveland South University, Cleveland alumnus Edwin Pouncival Smith RN, BSN spends each work day...

Students Provide Meals for Families of Hospital Patients

The South University, West Palm Beach chapter of the National Student Nursing Association (NSNA) recently volunteered to prepare meals for families of patients being...

Students Provide Health Screens for Children

 South University, West Palm Beach College of Nursing and Public Health students recently worked to provide health screens for more than 250 area children...

Students Help Kids Start School Year on a Healthy Note

 South University, Virginia Beach College of Nursing and Public Health students helped local children begin the school year on a healthy note. The South University...

Students Team Up to Assist at Clinic for the Homeless

  Students from several academic programs at South University, Virginia Beach recently teamed up to assist at a health clinic for the area’s homeless. The clinic...

South University Nursing Students Volunteer at Men’s Health Forum

    Members of South University, Tampa’s Student Nursing Association recently volunteered at the Moffitt Cancer Center’s 2017 Men’s Health Forum.   The students performed blood pressure and...

Faculty Member Authors Book

    South University, Novi faculty member Cheryl Holloway, PhD has just released the new book The Black Woman’s Breast Cancer Survival Guide, Understanding and Healing...

Students Volunteer Provide Health Screens

    South University, Novi Master of Science in Nursing with a Specialization in Family Nurse Practitioner students and faculty members recently volunteered to perform health...

Alumnus Credited with Saving Infant’s Life Aboard Flight

South University, West Palm Beach alumnus Joselito “Lito” Velasquez has been credited with saving an infant’s life when she experienced a medical emergency mid-flight. Velasquez...

S.C. HIV Planning Council

South University, Columbia recently hosted the South Carolina HIV Planning Council for a panel discussion. Students had the opportunity to participate in the discussion which...