Honor Society holds its fall induction

On Monday, October 3, 2016, Saint Luke’s College of Health Sciences inducted 50 new members into its Nursing Honor Society. The event took place at the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation in Kansas City, Mo.

Multicultural Fair Saturday, September 24 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Saint Luke’s College of Health Sciences is hosting the Multicultural Fair Saturday, September 24 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Join us as we celebrate the rich and diverse cultures of our community. Enjoy food, multicultural entertainment, and children’s activities.

Univision Kansas City and Saint Luke's College Promote Hispanic Heritage Month

Saint Luke's College has partnered with Univision Kansas City television to expand awareness of the College to the Hispanic Community. Univision was on campus filming vignettes to be featured throughout Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct. 15). Special thanks to our students who participated in the filming: Nohelia Whitcomb, J1; Alma Arias, J1; and Samuel Rivera-Ortiz, MSN.

Dr. Karla Bruntzel appointed the new Dean of Health Sciences

Dr. Karla Bruntzel joins Saint Luke’s College of Health Sciences as the Dean of Health Sciences for the College. Karla will provide guidance and leadership for faculty, program/track directors, students and staff within allied health-related disciplines at the College. She is the academic and administrative leader of the health science programs and supports the College in its efforts to expand the portfolio of academic offerings in the health professions.

Welcome Back Picnic

The first annual Welcome Back Picnic was a great success. We had participation from all student cohorts, faculty and staff — about 175 in all.  Thanks to all who turned out for the great food and the beautiful weather. We are looking forward to an awesome semester. It’s great to have you back!

Valuing Academic Partnerships

Higher education institutions, regardless of their size, scope, mission and focus, play a unique role in our society and are pivotal to the education of our skilled workforce—for today and most importantly, for tomorrow.
Saint Luke’s College of Health Sciences is unique in its own way. With a strong history of successful nursing education, it has grown to become a master’s level institution, offering graduate degrees and postgraduate certificates in nursing.
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