Touch More Lives Through the Hands of Students: Become a FNU Preceptor

Why become a preceptor for FNU students?

  • Promote your profession

  • Help expand access to quality, compassionate care, to rural and underserved populations

  • Earn an honorarium based on the percentage of time spent precepting students

  • Gain access to FREE CEUs including sessions on pharmacology and other exciting topics

  • Receive support throughout the precepting process from clinical faculty located in your region

  • Participate in free online training courses for new and experienced preceptors - 

    • "The Gift of Precepting" and "The Master Preceptor" (.2 CEUs each)

  • Access the latest clinical guidelines in order to stay current in practice

  • Earn a 10% discount on all non-matriculating courses at FNU

  • Obtain documentation of hours spent precepting for recertification purposes

  • Become a part of the Frontier community and our rich legacy

"And you think yourself, 'I'm not that person.' But you are that person. You just have to step out there and do it."

- Susan Clapp, CNM and FNU alumna and preceptor

Ready to become a preceptor?

FNU Preceptor Qualifications:

  • National certification in specialty area

  • At least one year of relevant experience in an advanced practice role

  • Master's Degree or higher in nursing related field (we do allow Post-Bac for Midwives, but an MSN is preferred)

  • MDs and DOs (for our FNP students only, and only up to 40% of their clinical time)

Today we can proudly claim the following...

  • 80 years of experience in graduate nursing and midwifery education

  • Largest and longest continually operating nurse-midwifery in the U.S.

  • First family nurse practitioner program in the U.S. 

  • Pioneered the first distance midwifery program in the U.S. in 1989

  • Nationally and regionally accredited

  • More than 6,000 nurses and midwives have graduated with advanced practice degrees

  • Students and alumni represent every U.S. state and many forein countries.

Ready to learn more? Click here to complete the form and learn more about becoming a FNU preceptor.