Congratulations to the Class of 2017

MEPN 2017

Dear MEPN graduates,


The entire USD Hahn School of Nursing and Health Science faculty and staff are so proud of your accomplishments. Convocation and Commencement was the icing on the top of a very rigorous program preparing you to be the most well prepared nurse providing excellent care to the most vulnerable populations. We look forward to following your nursing careers.

Best of luck to you as you are studying for the NCLEX, participating in job interviews, and starting your new grad positions.  All of us look forward to staying in touch with you and following each and every one of your nursing careers.

A few things to keep in mind…

Your USD email is yours for life!

Join the Hahn School of Nursing and Health Science group on ‘Linked In’

Plan to come back to campus for the MEPN Panel Discussion in early March 2018 to share your new grad story with the graduating MEPNs.

As soon as you obtain your RN license, you are able to apply for your Public Health Nurse (PHN) certificate (no exam). Contact Le Rae when you are ready and she will guide you through the process.

It is a pleasure and an honor to call you ‘colleague’.


The MEPN Team

Dr. Kathy Marsh, Dr. Susie Hutchins, Dr. Jackie Close, Dr. Linda Urden, Nadine Kassity Krich, and Le Rae Gilliam

MEPN Students 2017

About kathymarsh

Associate Dean at Hahn School of Nursing University of San Diego
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1 Response to Congratulations to the Class of 2017

  1. Linda Urden says:

    And I add my best wishes for each and everyone of you for an exciting and rewarding future nursing career! As Dr Marsh has commented- please keep us updated on your positions and accomplishments so that we too can celebrate your careers!


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