Frontier Nursing University fosters a Culture of Caring built on five main elements: Professionalism, Inclusivity, Respect, Positive Communication and Mutual Support. When we create a Culture of Caring — as students, alumni, faculty, staff, donors and friends — we enjoy a committed and loyal community where all of us feel valued, confident, empowered and accepted. We embrace this culture to fulfill our full potential, both individually and collectively. Together, we exemplify the caring behaviors we hope to bring to the wider healthcare system.
CULTURE OF CARING: THE 5 ELEMENTS
Excellence | Responsibility | Transparency | Consistency
Equality | Awareness | Sensitivity | Humility
Importance | Uniqueness | Friendliness | Genuine interest
Understanding | Thoughtfulness | Openness
Helpfulness | Awareness | Patience | Concern | Kindness
Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)
FNU’s Office of DEI encompasses an atmosphere built on a culture of caring. The Office of DEI solicits the equitable perspectives of students, faculty and staff regardless of race, gender, sexual preference or identity, disability and/or religion.
FNU’s Culture of Caring: Come Join Us!
We invite all community members to actively participate in carrying out the FNU mission with a Culture of Caring as our foundation.
Exceptional People Make an Exceptional University
FNU is recognized as a Great College to Work For and a 2021 Honor Roll Institution. The Great Colleges to Work For program is one of the largest and most respected workplace-recognition programs in the country. FNU is a great place to work because of the outstanding people who are fully committed to our students and our mission.