Main Article Content
This study investigates the relationships of the college climate to teachers’ efficacy in Malaysian nursing colleges. Quantitative approach of data collection was considered appropriate for this study since data were collected using validated and reliable instruments to find the relationship between college climate and teachers’ efficacy. Data from 102 responses of all 18 nursing colleges had been analyzed. This study was carried out by administering a questionnaire which was divided into three sections. Pearson correlation coefficient and multiple regressions were used for data analysis. The findings reveal the significant relationship between college climate and classroom management. The professional teacher behavior was also found significantly related to classroom management. But no significant relationship was found between institutional vulnerability and collegial leadership. There is also no relationship established between achievement press and professional teacher behavior. College climate index was found strongly associated with student engagement. The findings of this study provide important information for the policymakers, principals and teachers who are concerned with improving nursing colleges of Malaysia.