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Student Nurses

The nursing program at the University of St. Francis is one of the University's longest running programs. Course affiliation with the College of St. Francis occurred in 1935, but College of St. Francis (CSF) student gained experience with the St. Joseph Hospital in Joliet beginning in the 1920's.

 

The nursing hospital ran freely with affiliations with numerous colleges, until it became a division of CSF and took on the Allied Health Programs. In 1998, CSF gained university status was formalized and the division was renamed the College of Nursing and Allied Health. It is currently named the Leach College of Nursing after long-time USF supporters, Cecily & John Leach.

 

The images in this digital collection are part of the St. Joseph College of Nursing collection (20-102) at the Laverne and Dorothy Brown Library of USF. The collection also houses administrative papers, photographs, and other materials.

 

The images can be displayed and downloaded in high-resolution format. For information about these images, please contact libraryarchives@stfrancis.edu.

 
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