Why Nursing?

Recognized as a leader in faith-integrated education, TWU engages in a variety of hospital and community-based experiences over the four year undergraduate program.

Why Nursing?

Recognized as a leader in faith-integrated education, TWU engages in a variety of hospital and community-based experiences over the four year undergraduate program.

Our undergraduate program presents an opportunity to join a nursing community focused on making the world a better place. Emphasis is placed on gaining real-world experience in clinical placements that prepare you for both hospital and community-based healthcare settings.

Since we are at our best when we work together, a strong emphasis is placed on collaboration, teamwork and learning in the community. Supported by highly-qualified faculty, students are invited to join a community of nurse scholars.

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Financial Aid

Investing in your future may require some help along the way. We offer merit and need-based awards to help offset the cost of tuition. Planning early is key and we are here to help get you started.

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Admission Requirements

The School of Nursing accepts 60 students each year for the fall semester.

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Our campus is beautiful. Bordered by farmland and within sight of mountains, yet within 10 minutes of Langley City Centre, it provides the perfect environment for staying active while focusing on your studies.

Careers in Nursing

Led by our award-winning and exceptionally supportive faculty, our graduates have earned a reputation within the health-care community for strong knowledge, exceptional working skills and compassionate caregiving.

Nursing graduates are prepared for career opportunities in:

  • Hospitals
  • Home Health
  • Public Health
  • Residential Care
  • Health Education
  • Mental Health
  • Global Health

Faculty Profiles

Barb Astle

Barbara Astle, RN, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Nursing
Sonya Grypma

Sonya Grypma, RN, Ph.D

Dean, School of Nursing

Heather Meyerhoff, RN, MSN

Assistant Dean (BSN Program)

Andrea Orr, RN, MSN

Sessional Assistant Professor of Nursing

Sheryl Reimer-Kirkham, RN, Ph.D.

Director MSN Program; Professor of Nursing

Faith Richardson, DNP, RN

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Richard Sawatzky, RN, Ph.D.

Canada Research Chair in Patient Reported Outcomes, Associate Professor of Nursing

Tracy Stephen, RN, MSN

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Landa Terblanche, RN, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Nursing

Maggie Theron, RN, DCur

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Shawna Van Hove, RN, BSN

Sessional Instructor of Nursing; Nursing Lab Educator & Coordinator

Dorolen Wolfs, RN, MSN

Sessional Instructor of Nursing