St. David's School of Nursing: Texas State University

Preparing the next generation of nurses to improve health care.

Nursing building and landscaping facing east on Round Rock Campus

Welcome to the St. David's School of Nursing

This is an exciting time to embark on a career in health care and the ever changing field of nursing! We offer a selection of high-quality professional nursing programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. If your dream is to become a registered nurse or advance your nursing career by becoming a master's-prepared nurse practitioner, take your first step here.

The Nursing building on the Round Rock Campus features fully equipped classrooms and five interactive simulation laboratories. Nursing students hone their nursing skills on high fidelity manikins and learn how to react to progressively complex patient problems. By developing a strong practice and a firm understanding of science, our graduates will be able to promote, maintain, and restore health and wellness and prevent illness among diverse individuals and communities. 

BSN students reading scroll at Scroll Ceremony

Undergraduate Program

Become an RN
School of Nursing arm patch on white lab coat

Graduate Programs

Advance your nursing degree
Nursing graduate students practicing suturing in the simulation lab

Learn and Practice Skills

before going into a clinical setting

Nursing on the Rock: News and Announcements

News from the St. David's School of Nursing on the Round Rock Campus

Welcome to Our Newest Student Organization: Black Healthcare Association (BHA)

The purpose of the Black Healthcare Association is to foster a sense of community and provide networking opportunities for the healthcare professionals on the Texas State Round Rock campus. BHA's  goal is to advance the diversity within each healthcare specialty on campus. The organization was created by Priscilla Atta, Kelly Babb, Elise Kroumah, Oyinda Oyefeso, and Oyinkan Oyefeso.

Black Health Organization  officers and members

Fight the Flu!

St. David’s School of Nursing juniors get real world experience giving flu vaccines to students, faculty and staff, 10/26-10/27/23.

Nursing students giving flu vaccines October 2023

No "Patients" Dropped!

Nursing students practicing patient mobility in sim lab

Our undergraduate nursing students learn how to safely transfer students in simulation lab for their Essentials of Nursing Care class.  Here at the St. David's School of Nursing, teaching patient safety is one of our top priorities. 

Nursing building facing west/labyrinth side

Bragging Rights

See recognitions received for our programs and how you can help us continue to excel.

The baccalaureate degree program in nursing and the master's degree programs in nursing at Texas State University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791.