The FNU community of alumni, students, faculty, staff, couriers, preceptors, supporters and friends represent every U.S. state and many foreign countries. With more than 8,000 graduates, Frontier nurse-midwives and nurse practitioners bring their compassion and professionalism to rural and underserved communities worldwide.
FNU by the Numbers
2,500 students enrolled
73% live in rural or underserved areas
27.8% students of color
6% male students
The FNU community is comprised of men and women from all walks of life with one common passion: improving the primary care of women and families. Read the stories of FNU alumni, students, preceptors, staff, faculty and couriers that are a part of this greater mission of serving the underserved. Listen to our podcast and delve deeper into FNU and the individuals who are making a daily difference in advanced practice nursing, midwifery, education, and healthcare across the country. Learn more about our Culture of Caring and our efforts to increase diversity in the nursing and midwifery professions.