Utah State University Moab graduated its first nursing class in the spring of 2018. Our enrollment has fluctuated over the last five years. We have had as few as two students and as many as ten students in our cohorts. It has certainly been an adventure, creating a complete and robust nursing program in our little town with just a couple faculty and sometimes just a couple students. The program started with Nancy Chartier as a professor and the campus coordinator and Connie Wilson as a professor. After getting the program up and running, Nancy was ready to retire. Connie took over as campus coordinator, teaching all of the second-year associate's degree classes! Rachel Parker was brought on as a professor to teach the first-year practical nursing courses.
Wilson, Connie; Parker, Rachel; and Utah State University Moab Nursing, "[Letter from USU Moab Nursing]" (2022). Moab Time Capsule 2022. Paper 2.