We have been educating nurses since 1903

Saint Luke’s College of Health Sciences is affiliated with Saint Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City. In 1887, All Saints Hospital opened a school for nurses which became incorporated as a department within the hospital in 1903. From its inception, nurses were educated at the diploma level, but the College earned accreditation as a baccalaureate degree granting institution in 1995.

On May 28, 2010, the College was incorporated as a standalone 501(c)(3) educational institution with Saint Luke’s Hospital as the sole member of the corporation. Located just north of Saint Luke’s Hospital in Westport, the College offers Undergraduate and Graduate Programs in nursing. The BSN Track enrolls students directly from their first two years of college as well as students who have earned a bachelor’s in a different field and would like to make a career change to nursing. The RN-BSN Track is offered online to licensed nurses looking to complete their BSN degree. The Graduate Program consists of two tracks: Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nursing Practitioner (AG-ACNP) and Nurse Educator. Graduate classes are held on Tuesdays beginning in the late afternoon to accommodate work schedules.