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Nursing Student Success Center
The Nevada State College Nursing Student Success Center (NSSC) supports student nurses on their path to success by offering several services.
Academic Success Coaching
Academic Success Tracking
Peer Lab Assistants
Free of Charge Donated Uniforms
Alumni Mentoring for the Career Transition
Campus services liaison
It is our purpose to provide support resources for the unique needs of nursing students here at Nevada State so that they will succeed. It is our goal that each nursing student graduates and is prepared to deliver safe, competent, and caring service.
Book your appointment
Book your appointment to meet with the Nursing Student Success Center Staff by clicking on the link and selecting an available time slot.
Our office includes a director, academic success coach and more than 20 Nursing Course Assistants who fulfill roles as SI Leaders, Tutors, and Peer Assistant Lab Specialists (PALS). The Nursing CA is a paid position that students in the School of Nursing hold.
EdD, Director of Nursing Student Support Services
Hey everyone! My name is Baden (pronounced Bay-den). On my birth certificate actually my parents first put the “y” in the name and then decided to cross it out. I am named after the founder of the Boy Scouts program Baden Powell. I’m from Spokane, Washington and did my master’s at Gonzaga University (Go Zags!). I worked in student affairs at Gonzaga for a little bit then worked at the University of Kansas (Rock Chalk!) for four years. I recently earned my doctorate in higher education from KU as well. Before my higher education career, I worked with the Taco Time fast food franchise. I love working with students and helping you all succeed! I’m happy to talk anytime and help you navigate resources or success strategies. Thanks!
MS, Academic Success Coach
I was born in Las Vegas, NV and went to high school in Mesquite, NV. I am also a first generation college student. I went to Reno, NV for both my bachelor and master degree where I transitioned from pursuing mechanical engineering to working in higher education helping students learn and succeed in their pursuit of their education. I enjoy interacting with students and helping them find paths to success. A fun quirk about me is I am colorblind and my family found out when I was in the first grade. My first grade teacher had noticed because her husband was also color blind. Who knows how long I would have lived without knowing I had a hard time with shades of color!