During the May 22 commencement, all people are required to wear masks when indoors and on shuttle buses. Outdoor spaces (including tents) will not require masks, although we do encourage mask wearing. While we will make hand sanitizer available throughout the venue, we request no hand-shaking during ceremonies.
New York Tech nurses make a difference! Nursing is both an art and a science; and our program is based on a foundation of theory, research, practice, and policy advocacy within a transcultural context. Our nursing curriculum addresses individualized human needs across the patient lifespan from a holistic perspective that promotes excellence in nursing care, patient dignity, and patient safety through the use of evidence-based practice and information technology.
Nursing practice and nursing education at New York Institute of Technology is responsive to the uniqueness of persons and communities, fostering full partnership and interdisciplinary collaboration in the care and healing process. The Department of Nursing at New York Tech believes the profession of nursing holds accountability for decisions and ethical nursing care.
From inspiring other first-generation students to pursue their dreams to taking students abroad to work with refugees, Assistant Professor of Nursing Jessica Varghese, Ph.D., is committed to building community in the School of Health Professions.