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Fit for the Front Line

“Fit for the Front Line” challenge was created to celebrate our frontline health care workers. Baylor is challenging alumni and friends to think about an activity they can do to raise awareness of and funds in support of LHSON's frontline health care training.

Fit for the Front Line

This pandemic has renewed our gratitude and sense of awe for the heroism of our front line health care workers. While their commitment is already appreciated and respected, there is still so much more to do to celebrate and support their incredible dedication.

Join us in taking the #FitfortheFrontLine challenge to help raise money for Baylor health care workers! Ask your friends and family to join the challenge to donate and do the same.  Any exercise and any donation amount counts!

Activities will span a wide range to be all-inclusive, from dedicating anything from a walk around the block, cycling for 60 minutes, doing 30 minutes of core work, meditating with your family for 30 minutes per day for a week, or even a game of hopscotch to get #FitfortheFrontLine to celebrate and raise money for front line heroes.


The Louise Herrington School of Nursing is a faith-based community with over 110 years of dedication in making a real difference in the world through the care and healing of others. Despite the move from in-person to online learning, LHSON transitioned virtual simulation labs to help develop clinical skills and critical decision making.

For more than 110 years, LHSON has educated over 6,000 graduates.  This spring, 202 graduates received Bachelors of Science in Nursing and 4 graduates received Masters of Science in Nursing Leadership & Innovation. LHSON is proud to offer BSN degrees through a Traditional program, FastBacc® and Distance Accelerated BSN. Ranked in U.S. News & World Report 2021 Best Graduate Schools, LHSON’s Doctor of Nursing Practice program ranked No. 59 nationally and includes programs in anesthesia nursing, executive nurse leadership, family nurse practitioner, neonatal nurse practitioner, nurse-midwifery and pediatric nurse practitioner. It is also notable that the World Health Organization declared 2020 as the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife.


LHSON faculty and staff actively maintain personal relationships with graduates to see how they can be available to provide professional and personal support.  And when graduates and students need a quick pick me up, they tune into Instagram LIVE each morning at 9 am (@thecandybowlatlhson) where alums shares their experiences from the frontlines as well as passing along words of encouragement.  Maintaining these relationships keeps the LHSON community connected and ready to serve following the LHSON motto: Learn.Lead.Serve.