Dr. Edna Magpantay-Monroe, Ed.D., APRN


The School of Nursing is committed to prepare compassionate, innovative and community-oriented nurses. We educate our students to understand kuleana (responsibility), pono (integrity) and aloha (kindness and humility). In this current climate of healthcare where justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion can make a positive impact on the workplace and the community, we aspire to use these principles of engagement. The faculty in the graduate program are practitioners who lead an experiential and evidence-based education.