For the Westfall family, nursing is a family affair. Pamela Westfall and her two daughters are all enrolled in nursing programs at Indiana Wesleyan University. Pamela began her nursing studies at IWU when it was still known as Marion College. After getting married, she took some time off from college while her husband finished his degree. After he graduated, Pamela returned to school, completing a degree in Business Administration after the birth of her children.Pamela’s dreams of a nursing degree never left her heart. Recently, God opened the door for her to return to IWU. She is currently enrolled in the Transition to Nursing program, an accelerated second-degree program that meets on the Marion, Indiana, residential campus.Pamela’s two daughters, Haley and Jamaica, are currently undergraduate students in the traditional nursing program at Marion.As a freshman, Haley entered IWU as an education major, later switching to the nursing program. During her studies, she has discovered that she likes working with the elderly and in mental health. Haley is currently a junior and works as a student nurse in the Emergency Room at Marion General Hospital.After considering several options of where to attend college, Jamaica also decided to attend IWU. She is pursuing a foundational degree in nursing as she considers further education in medicine. Jamaica is currently a sophomore and is a member of the IWU women’s basketball team.Pamela’s favorite memory from her time at IWU is participating in the dedication service for nursing students. She considers it a blessing to have been able to be with her daughters, praying and dedicating their vocation to the Lord.The Indiana Wesleyan University School of Nursing offers degree and certificate programs that prepare every student for service in venues ranging from hospitals to the mission field. Over 2,000 full-time students are enrolled on the Marion, Indiana, campus, at various sites in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio, and online from around the world.