History of NCIS: UCI
The Nursing Camp in Summer at UC Irvine (NCIS: UCI) was first established in 2017.
NCIS: UCI is a one-week summer program that introduces the nursing career to high school students. The camp offers an engaging curriculum based on classroom and boot camp simulation workshops that will provide hands-on experience in nursing skills. Students will also work on writing a college personal statement and creating a health education research project. At the conclusion of the week, students will have the opportunity to present their research projects at the camp reception for family and friends.
History of UC Irvine Sue & Bill Gross School of Nursing
The UC Irvine Program in Nursing Science was established in 2007 and designated the Sue & Bill Gross School of Nursing in 2017 following a $40 million gift from the William and Sue Gross Family Foundation.
The UCI School of Nursing provides academic and professional education in the discipline of nursing and prepares graduates for basic clinical and advanced practice roles. It also prepares them for educational, administrative and research positions across the healthcare delivery system, as well as faculty positions in academic institutions.
Both the bachelor’s degree and master’s degree programs at the UCI School of Nursing are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education and California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN).
To learn more, visit www.nursing.uci.edu.