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Frontier Nursing University Named Gold
“COVID Stops Here” Workplace

Frontier Nursing University has been recognized as a Gold COVID Stops Here workplace for achieving over a 90% vaccination rate.

The COVID Stops Here campaign recognizes Kentucky workplaces that have achieved widespread vaccination against COVID-19. Organizations that have achieved at least a 70% vaccination rate are eligible to receive a designation.

“I am very pleased to report that currently 92% of our 88 Kentucky-based employees have been vaccinated against COVID,” FNU President Dr. Susan Stone said. “We are very proud of the leadership that our faculty, staff, students, and alumni have displayed in their communities all across the country during the pandemic. Locally, we were honored to partner with the Woodford County Health Department and serve as a vaccination site last spring. We hope that our example inspires others in the community to get vaccinated as well.”

The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce developed the COVID Stops Here campaign as a way to celebrate workplaces that are leading the fight to stop COVID-19 — and to encourage more organizations to join their ranks.

“The COVID-19 vaccine is Kentucky’s pathway to recovery. Frontier Nursing University is helping set the bar for vaccination in Kentucky by achieving Gold COVID Stops Here status — meaning at least 90% of their employees are now vaccinated against COVID-19. This is a great achievement and we thank them for helping our state stop this dangerous virus,” said Kentucky Chamber President and CEO Ashli Watts. “Employers are playing a very important role as we work to encourage vaccination in Kentucky. In order to finally put this virus behind us, we need Kentuckians to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Together we can stop this virus, let’s make sure that COVID stops here!”

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Coronavirus Preparedness and Updates

Frontier Nursing University is committed to keeping everyone in our community informed regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19), both in terms of how to help prevent the spread of the virus and what actions FNU is taking. On this website, we will share updates and information pertinent to the entire FNU community. We are committed to the health and safety of the FNU community and are working in alignment with local, state, and national agencies and government to actively and responsibly respond to this public health threat.

FNU remains open during the COVID-19 pandemic and will continue to accept applications to our distance education programs. please access the Application Deadline page for the next application deadline.

Frontier would like to congratulate our Summer 2021 DNP Graduates!
Summer 2021 DNP Graduates:

• Hailey Baker • Melissa Benardot
• Holly Borkert • April Bradshaw 
• Taylor Brockman • Seqouyah Brown
• Mindy Brown-Lechner • Victoria Buchanan
• Reisha Caudill • Marjorie Cecil
• Aiste Chamblin • Jennifer Choatie
• Renee Clark • Krystal Cooley
• Jeffery Cowley • Brittany Dawson
• Marian Dean • Tiffany Figuero
• Ashley Fournier • Autumn Fuselier
• Cassandra Garcia • Sammy Gathiru
• Caitlin Goodwin • Kayla Hallock
• Stacie Hanna • Kai Hawkins
• Tatyana Jack Ruddock • Jodi Kottwitz
• Ruby Kujore • Leslie Kwiatkowski
• Rachel Lien • Lean Carlo Losinio
• Marian Lott • Melissa Matthews
• Karen Mcdonald • Charles Mcglade
• Sarah Mess • Ruth Mielke
• Lacey Mills • Hazel Mitchell
• Michelle Mitchell • Tricia Neu
• Chanelle Nsangou • Oluwakemi Ojo
• Julie Ondersma • Leann Ottomeyer
• Protegenie Reed • Amy Sanderson
• Stacey Shearin • Tennille Simms-Allen
• Leahdon Staples • Becky Stubblefield
• Christy Turner • Anna Wolf