Scott C. Dolan, PhD, RN

Scott C. Dolan, PhD, RN

Associate Dean Undergraduate Programs


The Associate Dean of the Undergraduate Program is one of the nursing program's academic officers. The promotion of an academic climate supportive of the College's commitment to excellence in teaching and learning within a caring environment is one such area of responsibility. The Associate Dean of the Undergraduate Program is directly responsible to the President/Dean. Specific responsibilities in accordance with the mission of Mount Carmel College of Nursing include: facilitating curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation; serving as mentor to new faculty; shares responsibility for reports for accrediting and regulatory agencies; planning schedules for undergraduate course offerings; assisting in assigning faculty teaching responsibilities; providing leadership in the development and implementation of academic policies, procedures, and evaluation plans for the undergraduate program.


Doctor of Philosophy in Education (Ph.D.)
School of Education Specialization Nursing Education, Capella University, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.
Majors: Nursing Education.

Master of Science (Nursing)
University of Phoenix Online, Phoenix, Arizona, USA.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, USA.

Bachelor of Arts (English and Philosophy) The Pontifical College Josephinum, Columbus, Ohio, USA.


Dissertation: Minority Baccalaureate Nursing Students’ Experiences of Learning in a Multicontextual Teaching/Learning Environment


Dolan, S. (2015, November). Impact of multicontextual teaching/learning on minority BSN student engagement: A qualitative research study. Paper Presentation at the STTI 43rd Biennial Convention, Las Vegas, NV

Community/Professional Service

President Rho Omicron Chapter -Sigma Theta Tau International
Olde Towne East Neighborhood Association.
American Cancer Society-Annual Cattle Barons Ball
Komen Race for the Cure
Ohio Cancer Research Associates

8:1 - clinical student:faculty ratio