An increasing shortage of rehabilitation nurses is anticipated in the coming decade. This article describes one potential answer to the nursing shortage through a course in rehabilitation nursing for senior baccalaureate students. The unique features of the course included the use of holistic learning experiences that integrate theory and practice. Clinical experiences in critical care units, in intensive rehabilitation settings, and in a variety of outpatient facilities, as well as travels with rehabilitation nurse consultants in the field, provided students with rich perspectives on the scope of rehabilitation nursing practice. Replication of this successful course in other settings has the potential to enhance the recruitment of new graduates into the field of rehabilitation nursing.