Mount Carmel College of Nursing invites applications for several nursing faculty positions. Mount Carmel enrolls over 1,100 students and offers traditional and accelerated pre-licensure BSN programs, an online RN-BSN program, an MS program with concentrations in Nursing Education (offered online), Nursing Administration, Family Nurse Practitioner, and Adult-Gero Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and an online DNP program.

Both clinical and didactic teaching opportunities are available in the following content areas:

Undergraduate: Fundamentals, medical/surgical, critical care, and nursing research/EBP.

Graduate (MS/DNP): Quality improvement/patient safety, nursing education, nursing administration, Family Nurse Practitioner, nursing research and evidence-based practice, leadership and ethics.

Candidates with previous undergraduate or graduate teaching experience and/or established or developing programs of scholarship are strongly encouraged to apply. Rank is commensurate with education and experience. Mount Carmel offers competitive salaries and a very comprehensive benefits package.


  • A master's degree in nursing is required; an earned practice or research doctorate in nursing or a related field is preferred. (Appointments at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor require a doctoral degree.)
  • A current, unrestricted license (or eligibility) to practice nursing in Ohio with at least two years of nursing practice experience.
  • For APRN specialty faculty, current national board certification in the APRN specialty and APRN licensure (or eligibility) in Ohio is required.
  • A strong commitment to educational excellence, continuous quality improvement, and evidence-based educational and clinical practice. Two years of teaching experience is preferred.

Interested applicants should apply online at

Mount Carmel College of Nursing and Mount Carmel Health System are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

The security of all members of the campus community is of vital concern to Mount Carmel College of Nursing. In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, an Annual Security Report contains information for Mount Carmel College of Nursing regarding campus security programs, recommended personal safety practices, the authority of safety and security officers, campus disciplinary procedures, and campus crime statistics for the most recent three year period and can be found online here; a hard copy may be requested from the College at 614-234-5021.

Mount Carmel College of Nursing is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), an independent corporation and one of two commission members of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA). The HLC was founded in 1895 as one of six regional institutional accreditors in the United States. The Higher Learning Commission accredits, and thereby grants membership in the Commission and in the North Central Association, degree-granting post-secondary educational institutions in the North Central region.

Contact Us: The Higher Learning Commission
230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois 60604-1413
Phone: 800.621.7440 / 312.263.0456 . Fax: 312.263.7462 .

As an accredited educational institution, Mount Carmel College of Nursing is required by law to provide detailed information regarding specific policies and procedures. To access this information, click on the links below:

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Mount Carmel College of Nursing is an institution of higher learning dedicated to meeting the needs of students, faculty, staff and the community. Highlighted below are key statistics about Mount Carmel.

About Our Students

Total Number of Students by Classification:

  • Freshman 154
  • Sophomore 139
  • Junior 178
  • Senior 158
  • Second Degree 70
  • RN-BSN 181
  • Graduate 189

Average High School GPA: 3.59 (for Fall 2017)


  • Female 90%
  • Male 10%

Diversity: 17%

Classroom Environment

  • Only 10% of our classroom sections have enrollments of more than 50 students
  • Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 40:1 (classroom); 20:1 (lab); 8:1 (clinical)

About Our Faculty

Total Faculty: 118

  • Doctoral Degree: 21%
  • Master's Degree: 58%
  • Full time Faculty: 54
  • Part time Faculty: 64
  • Minority Faculty: 5%
  • Male Faculty: 8%
  • Female Faculty: 92%

About Our Staff

Total Staff: 34

Nursing Philosophy

Mount Carmel College of Nursing provides educational programs in a Judeo-Christian environment which enhances the unique intellectual, moral, spiritual, and psychosocial development of the person. The faculty accept responsibility to prepare professional nurses for theory based practice at the basic and advanced levels that reflects the values and standards of the profession.

Caring is integral to nursing, valuing the dignity and worth of persons, service to others, social justice, altruism, autonomy, and integrity. Nursing is the practice of caring behaviors founded upon the integration of general education and professional studies. Nursing involves the management of health care of individuals, families, communities, and populations. The nurse is a health care professional who enacts multifaceted roles to promote optimal health during all life experiences. Nurses work collaboratively with clients and multidisciplinary teams to design, provide, coordinate, and implement health care. They respond to the diverse and changing needs of society in the local community as well as the broader global community.

Nurses are both knowledgeable and active in political, economic, and regulatory processes that influence health care practices. Health involves the harmonious integration of all dimensions of the client; it is culturally defined, valued, and practiced. Health is a dynamic, lifelong, multidimensional process whether the client is an individual, family, community, or population. Changes in health status occur in response to the stressors and strengths of the internal and external environment. The nurse provides holistic caring interventions directed at assisting the client to promote health.

Baccalaureate nursing education provides the foundation for professional nursing practice. Through a collaborative and interactive process, the self-directed learner develops the skills of critical thinking, effective communication, holistic assessment, caregiving, and leadership for professional practice. Clinical practice, which is the essence of nursing, is augmented through nursing theory and research. Baccalaureate nursing education encourages lifelong inquiry for professional development.

Graduate nursing education provides the foundation for specialized roles in education and clinical practice. Research, theory for advanced practice, and strategies for validating and utilizing research findings are integral to graduate study.

Teaching Philosophy

The faculty at Mount Carmel College of Nursing believe that teaching-learning is a dynamic, interactive sharing of knowledge that stimulates lifelong learning for both learner and educator.

We believe that both learners and faculty are responsible for a collaborative teaching-learning process. Students are responsible for engaging in learning opportunities while faculty are responsible for providing innovative nursing education based on theory and evidence. As faculty we pledge to maintain our expertise and to promote nursing knowledge.

We strive to create an intellectually challenging learning environment where faculty role model professional education and nursing standards. We believe in developing caring relationships with students that promote personal, academic and professional growth.

We believe in developing the learner to his/her greatest potential through growth of knowledge, skills, and attitudes that are hallmarks of the professional nurse.

Ann Marie T. Brooks, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN, FACHE, FNAP
Ann Marie T. Brooks, PhD, MBA,

Meet Our President

Ann Marie T. Brooks, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN, FACHE, FNAP, serves as interim president, Mount Carmel College of Nursing. Dr. Brooks is a recognized international leader, consultant and educator in nursing and healthcare with broad strategic and operational experience in health systems, academic health centers and community hospitals in the United States and abroad. She has extensive board experience from serving as the president of the American Organization of Nurse Executives and American Psychiatric Nurses Association, chair of the Psychiatric and Mental Health Governing Board, and dean of The Catholic University School of Nursing.

Dr. Brooks is Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing and Fellow of the National Academies of Practice. She has substantial global nursing and healthcare experience leading organizations and providing leadership development programs to nurses from the New Independent States of the former Soviet Union and Central and Eastern European countries. She has published extensively and is a popular speaker. She has been team leader/magnet appraiser with the ANCC Magnet Recognition Hospital for the past 15 years.

Dr. Brooks is a graduate of the Wharton Nurse Executive Program and earned her PhD, MSN and BSN from The Catholic University of America and her MBA from Loyola College of Maryland.

As the College’s leader, Dr. Brooks has oversight of graduate, undergraduate and online programs where more than 1,100 students are enrolled at two campuses – Columbus and Lancaster, Ohio. In her role, Dr. Brooks is committed to fostering an environment of academic excellence grounded in the rich Catholic faith, empowering faculty, staff and students to be the best they can be and engaging alumni, donors and other key constituencies to meet the ever-changing healthcare demands facing our communities today and in the future.

Mount Carmel College of Nursing
Board of Trustees

Tanya K. Hahn

Tanya K. Hahn, CPA, MBA

Matt Mazza

Matt Mazza, BS
Vice Chair

Jeri Milstead

Jeri Milstead, PhD, RN, FAAN

Gina Giacone

Gina Giacone, JD

Sister Barbara Hahl

Sister Barbara Hahl, CSC

Diane Habash

Diane Habash, PhD, MS, RD, LD

Larry King

Larry King

Beth Kowalski

Beth Kowalski, BA, APR

Edward Lamb

Edward Lamb, FACHE

William Lane

William Lane, JD

Keith Martinez

Keith Martinez, CPA

Tracy Najera

Tracy Najera

Stephen Pearson

Stephen Pearson, BSN, RN

Juan “JJ” Perez

Juan “JJ” Perez, JD

Ramona Reyes

Ramona Reyes, BS

Al Rodack

Al Rodack, MBA, CTP

Charles Sanders

Charles Sanders, MD

Linda Stoverock

Linda Stoverock, DNP, RN, NEA-BC

Mac Stewart

Mac Stewart, PhD

Associate/Assistant Deans

Scott Dolan, PhD, RN
Associate Dean Undergraduate Pre-Licensure Programs and Associate Professor

Jill Kilanowski, PhD, RN, APRN, CPNP, FAAN
Associate Dean for the Graduate Nursing Program and Professor

Jami Nininger, MSN, RN
Assistant Dean Distance Education and Associate Professor

Ann Waterman, PhD, RN
Interim Academic Dean and Associate Professor

Administrative Leadership Team

Debbie Dunn Boggs, RN
Director, Alumni Relations

Kim Campbell, PhD
Director, Enrollment Management

Colleen Cipriani, MA
Director of Student Life

Todd Everett, PhD
Director, Financial Aid

Karen Greene, BS
Director, Records & Registration

Robin Hutchinson-Bell
Director, Marketing & College Relations

Stevo Roksandic, MBA, MLIS, AHIP
Regional Director of Library Services

Kathy Smith, MBA
Director, Business Affairs

Melissa Swartz, M.Ed. BA
Director of Compliance

Susannah Townsend, MPH
Director of Institutional Effectiveness

In the spirit of the Catholic tradition, we welcome a diverse population of students from all faiths, to prepare them academically and professionally as competent and compassionate nurse leaders, who are lifelong learners, and who possess the moral courage to continuously promote the health of individuals and communities.

Core Values

  • Academic Excellence
  • Respect
  • Compassion
  • Social Responsibility
  • Diversity


Be THE innovative academic center preparing nurses as the most trusted partners in health care.

Accreditation at Mount Carmel

Mount Carmel College is a fully accredited institution of higher learning, accredited by:

The Higher Learning Commission (HLC)

Mount Carmel College of Nursing is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC). The Higher Learning Commission is one of six regional accreditors approved by the US Department of Education.

Contact HLC: The Higher Learning Commission
230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois 60604-1413

The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)

The baccalaureate, master’s and Doctor of Nursing Practice programs at Mount Carmel College of Nursing are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington DC 20036, (202) 887-6791.