Allison Pearce, MSN, RN

Instructor of Nursing 
JSU South Complex Main, Office 203

Mrs. Pearce's nursing career began at Ascension St. Vincent’s Birmingham as a labor and delivery nurse. August 2014, she began teaching upper-division nursing students at Jacksonville State University full time. She has additional experience in community health nursing and high-risk neonatal care. Currently, she teaches Childbearing Families in the traditional BSN program and Population Based Health Care in the RN-BSN STEP program. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her husband and son, family, and friends. 

Allison Pearce

Courses Taught

  • NU 309 Health Assessment
  • NU 404 Childbearing Families
  • NU 426 Community Health Across the Lifespan
  • NU 455 Transition to Professional Nursing
  • NU 456 Population-Based Health Care

Academic/Research Interests

  • Community health
  • Women and infants health
  • Nursing education


  • Jacksonville State University, BSN, 2005
  • Jacksonville State University, MSN 2008
  • Jacksonville State University, Teaching certificate, 2013
  • Jacksonville State University, Certified Online Instructor, 2015