The USA College of Nursing students, faculty, and staff are currently serving the community by participating in local COVID vaccination distribution clinics. The College of Nursing has partnered with affiliated health care agencies in Mobile and Baldwin Counties, and we are looking to help others to increase the public’s receipt of the vaccine.

University of South Alabama College of Nursing

5721 USA North Drive

Mobile, AL 36688

One prong of the College of Nursing’s mission is provide quality, innovative educational programs and to provide service to the University, the profession, and the public. The College accomplishes this by providing a caring, engaging environment for the empowerment of student learning potential, the professional development of faculty, and the promotion of the nursing profession.

For information on our academic programs, contact Dr. Leigh Minchew at

For USA College of Nursing alumni seeking to assist on behalf of the college, please see the CONAS Facebook page or notify Dr. Leigh Minchew of your interest at You will be connected to a local agency in need of volunteers as soon as possible.

For agencies in need of support, please contact Dr. Minchew.

Dr. Leigh Minchew

Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs and USA College of Nursing Community Liaison

Dr. Minchew is an Associate Professor and Nurse Practitioner who is leading the USA College of Nursing’s efforts in connecting students, faculty, and staff to the community. Dr. Minchew has worked to coordinate efforts in meeting the needs of local organizations while assisting students and faculty to meet the mission of the college. Volunteers are often needed for non-licensed tasks as well.

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