Welcome alumni and friends!
Frontier Nursing University is proud to have more than 6,000 alumni in all 50 states and many countries around the world. One of the greatest benefits of becoming a part of the FNU community is that it comes without an expiration date. If you are an FNU alumnus looking to stay connected or reconnect with the FNU community, you’ve come to the right place.
Alumni are an integral part of FNU's development. You demonstrate the excellence of FNU in everyday practice, you’re our #1 recruiters and you’re our most loyal donors. We appreciate your commitment to FNU, and we hope to offer rewarding programs in return.
Alumni services are open to all graduates of FNU. We encourage you to get involved and explore the services, programs and activities offered. There are many wonderful ways to keep in touch with friends and stay connected to FNU, including reunions, conference receptions, case days, eNews and our very active Facebook Group.
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. Hear the stories of FNU alumni, students, preceptors, staff, faculty and couriers that are a part of this greater mission of serving the underserved.
Do you have a story to share? We want to hear it! Tell us how your hard work and dedication is making a difference and your story could be featured on our website.
Stephanie VanderHorst, CNM, MSN, Class 28, had a plan. She was going to open a freestanding birthing center in Auburn, Ind., a rural community of 13,000 people located in DeKalb County, two hours … Read More...
Frontier Nursing University (FNU) alumna Jennifer Cameron, MSN, CNM, is serving her hometown community as the only certified nurse-midwife (CNM) in a two-county area. Jennifer’s hometown of … Read More...
Frontier Nursing University (FNU) alum Jacob Mearse, DNP, PMHNP, CNM is using his doctoral education in psychiatric-mental health to serve women in his position as a certified nurse-midwife. As a … Read More...
BECOME A PRECEPTOR
There is no better way to give back to FNU then by becoming a clinical preceptor. Our distance education model thrives because of talented clinical preceptors which is why we ensure that every preceptor is supported with educational resources to help in their role as a clinical educator. We also offer an honorarium for precepting after the student finishes his/her clinical practicum. Are you interested in becoming a preceptor? Let us know by clicking on the link below and filling out a preceptor information request form.
Become a Preceptor
DONATE TO FNU
Since its inception, FNU has relied on the generosity of friends and alumni. As an alumnus, we hope we can count on your help to support the programs and services offered by Frontier. Your gift allows us to maintain affordable tuition, continue to grow programs that support our mission to prepare leaders in the primary care of women and families, attract and retain talented student-centered faculty, offer students a technologically-advanced campus and preserve our historic facilities.
Donate to FNU
UPDATE YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION
In order for us to stay connected to you, make sure your contact information is up-to-date. This information will allow us to keep in touch with FNU news and events as well as help us keep track of all the wonderful things our graduates are doing for the health care system.
Update Your Contact Info
For more information, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations:
Angela Bailey, Chief Advancement Officer
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Access more alumni information on Frontier’s Banyan Tree Portal. (no log-in is required for FNU graduates)