MCN Centennial Garden
For the past century, Illinois State University Mennonite College of Nursing has maintained important traditions while transforming into an innovative-future-oriented program. Founded on Compassion, Competence, Commitment, Confidence, and Conscience, MCN promotes excellence and innovation in education while striving to improve health locally and globally through exceptionally well-prepared nurses.
To help commemorate our 100th anniversary, a Centennial Garden is in the process of being created outside of Edwards Hall. This space represents a culmination of honoring our past, pride for our present, and creating our future.
You have the opportunity to mark your place in history by purchasing a brick* to be placed in the garden. You can help pave the way for current and future students for generations to come. All contributions will go toward our Centennial Scholarship Fund, helping our students continue to succeed!
*After purchasing your brick, you will receive a form via email from Susan Lynch (firstname.lastname@example.org) with personalization details.*