For those of us who are drawn to serving others, the nursing profession offers a myriad of opportunities to fulfill that need. At the Capstone College of Nursing, we provide a stimulating environment in which to explore careers in today’s health care system. Our innovative courses of study prepare nursing students at the baccalaureate, masters and doctoral levels.
Let us help you find your place in today’s ever-changing field of health care. Nursing offers abundant rewards to those who are called!
Suzanne Prevost, RN, PhD, FAAN Angelyn Adams Giambalvo Dean and Professor
CCN News & Events
A Note from The Capstone College of Nursing- Dear UA Nursing Community, As we navigate these uncertain times, I want to express my deepest gratitude for your tireless efforts addressing the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Many of our alumni are risking their lives to save others; while our students and their families, our faculty, staff, friends and volunteers, all continue to provide support and […]
Alternate Advising Plan-CCN Advising Information-Upper and Lower Division Students Due to concerns regarding COVID-19, the Capstone College of Nursing has developed a temporary academic advising model that will allow us to continue to serve our students through this time of transition. In order to assist lower division students who have not been advised for the upcoming summer and fall […]
UACCN Ranks Among Best Online Nursing Programs for 2020-The Capstone College of Nursing at The University of Alabama is proud to announce its online programs have again been ranked among the best in the country by U.S. News & World Report. CCN’s Master of Science in Nursing, Nursing Administration was ranked No. 12 by the publication, and was the only program in Alabama […]
Mumba Awarded NIH Grant to Aid in Reversal of Opioid Crisis-Dr. Mercy Mumba, Assistant Professor at the Capstone College of Nursing, and her team have received notice of an award from the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) at the NIH for their proposal entitled “A Mindfulness and Peer Mentoring Program to Improve Adherence to Medication Assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorders.” This […]
UA and UAH introduce state’s first joint Nursing Science Ph.D. program-The University of Alabama (UA) Capstone College of Nursing and The University of Alabama in Huntsville’s (UAH) College of Nursing are pleased to announce a new Nursing Science Ph.D. program. The program will be the first online Nursing Science Ph.D. program in the state of Alabama, and classes will begin summer 2019. “This joint online […]
Amy Bogue, BSN, RN
Amy Gillis Bogue graduated from CCN in 2006 and worked in the hospital realm for five years. She lived in North Carolina, Georgia and Arkansas before moving home to Columbus, Miss., to open Allegro Family Clinic, a clinic run by nurse practitioners. Bogue had a hand in planning everything, from choosing a name and setting hours of operation, to solving staffing issues and filling in as a nurse PRN. Bogue now works as the Executive Director of Allegro Family Clinic, and has opened four clinics staffed by three MDs and 12 NPs.
Johnny R. Tice, DNP, CRNP, FNP-C, PMHNP-BC
Dr. Johnny R. Tice is a three-time graduate of The Capstone College of Nursing. Dr. Tice is a Clinical Assistant Professor at CCN, teaching across both undergraduate and graduate programs. Additionally, Dr. Tice is the Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Concentration Coordinator. Dr. Tice is dual certified as a Psychiatric Mental Health and Family Nurse Practitioner, and maintains clinical practice at both the Tuscaloosa County Jail and the DCH Regional Medical Center Emergency Department.
Justin Carroll, MSN, CRNA
Justin Carroll graduated from The Capstone College of Nursing in 2006. He is a cardiovascular nurse anesthetist at Children’s of Alabama. Carroll has served on the CCN Board of Visitors since 2018, and is also senior director for the Alabama Association of Nurse Anesthetists. He lives in Homewood, AL with his wonderful wife, Katie, and their two children, Harrison (5yrs) and Rosemary (7mos). While at the University of Alabama, he was “Big Al” for four years (2001-2005).
Vanda Scott RN, MSN, EdD, FACHE®
Dr. Vanda Scott began her career as a Certified Nursing Assistant and retired as a hospital CEO in Knoxville, Tenn. On her nursing journey, she also worked in the Emergency Department, Critical Care, hospice, and nursing education. Dr. Scott was active in the American College of Healthcare Executives as Tennessee Regent and International Governor. Now retired, Dr. Scott enjoys crocheting, designing stained glass, juggling, and learning Spanish.