The Scott College of nursing is a non-profit making, Lesotho Evangelical Church in Southern Africa Nurses’ Training Institution which was established in June 1961.The College started training Enrolled Nurses from 1961 and the programme was phased out in 1978. Running simultaneously with enrolled nurses, Nursing Assistant Programme was started in 1976.
In preparation of training of Registered Nurses, the Scott College of nursing embarked on a bridging programme of 23 Enrolled nurses leading to their registration as General Nurses in 1999, in July 2006, the College commenced with the programme for Diploma in General Nursing and in July 2012 the programme for Diploma in Midwifery.
Presently the College runs three programmes namely: Diploma in Midwifery, Diploma in General Nursing and Certificate in Nursing Assistant
To develop polyvalent, competent nurses, who are lifelong learners and are able to provide holistic quality essential nursing services at all levels and settings in Lesotho and internationally.
Provision of high quality, comprehensive and sustainable nursing education based on Research and Christian foundations
We believe that nursing education is a lifelong process which entails quality teaching and learning. Each nursing student is a unique individual who needs a secure, caring and conducive learning environment that will enable emotional, intellectual, spiritual, physical and professional growth and maturity.