Preceptor Resources



  • Access to our electronic resources for the Academic Year
  • Access to the University Library
  • Access to Harrison’s Internal Medicine
  • Access to Case Studies (some CMEs available)
  • Access to McGraw Hill Access Medicine and Case Files. This online resource includes a prescribing drug database, patient teaching handouts, a large library of textbooks, and access to CMEs
  • An opportunity to participate in FREE continuing education courses
  • An honorary title of Graduate Nursing Clinical Education Specialist for Academic Year participated


  • Hold an active, unencumbered provider license
  • Have a MINIMUM of 1 year of clinical experience in the specialty role
  • MSN Education: Preceptor must have met minimum requirements above and must be in nursing education (nurses or nursing students) in the clinic, hospital, or academic setting

Please click the links below to learn more about each program:


If you are interested in being a preceptor or would like more information, please contact Cathleen Harris.

Current Preceptors

What is the UTA Graduate Preceptor of the Year Award?

Graduate preceptor

Graduate nursing preceptors offer their services on a volunteer basis and are committed to assisting the College of Nursing and Health Innovation with delivering a high-quality educational experience. The Graduate Nursing Department will recognize a Preceptor of the Year in each graduate nursing track that includes precepted clinical experiences (AGACNP, ACPCNP, FNP, NNP, PACNP, PPCNP, PMHNP, MSN education). Preceptors who demonstrate excellence may be nominated for the award. Nominations can come from faculty, students, and colleagues. Nominations open each spring with awardees announced each fall.


CURRENT PRECEPTORS: If you are currently precepting, please contact the clinical course faculty if you have questions or concerns. If you need further assistance, please contact the program director. A list of all graduate leadership can be found here: