Over 1,500 Students Graduated
80 Academic Staffs
15 Years of Experienced
21 Sets Graduated in Basic Nursing
6 Sets Graduated in Basic Midwifery
To train a Nurse who will play an expanded role in rendering services within and outside the hospital as well as coping with the challenges of the dynamic nature of the society.
To provide students with a sound knowledge that is aimed at developing cognitive, affective and psychomotor skills in the provision of quality and holistic client care
The School of Nursing was established in May 1996 at Birnin Kudu town which is 47Km away from the State Headquarter (Dutse) and located along Kano-Maiduguri Road, It has so far graduated 19 sets of Nurses, while, School of Midwifery Birnin Kudu started operating in the year 2010, and has so far graduated 4 Sets of student midwives. The Schools were upgraded to Jigawa State College of Nursing and Midwifery in May 2012. The College was signed into law (State Law N0.7) by the-then Executive Governor Alh. (Dr) Sule Lamido. CON. In order to improve the Health Service deliver in the state, another School of Nursing was established at Hadejia town in October, 2017 under the same College, which is 164Km from the State capital (Dutse) by His Excellency The Executive Governor of Jigawa State Alh. Muhammad Badaru Abubakar mni.