Purpose The aim of this study was to evaluate the relationship between individualized care (IC) perceptions and innovativeness among final-year nursing students. Design and Methods The population of this analytical study consisted of 230 students. Data were collected using a student information form (individualized care scale [ICS]-nurse version, individual innovativeness). Data analysis was carried out using descriptive, comparative, correlational, and stepwise regression analysis statistics. Findings Nursing students had a high perception of IC and an early majority level of innovativeness. As their innovativeness levels increased, their perceptions of IC also increased. There was a positive correlation between the total ICS-A-nurse score and the individual innovativeness scale/openness to experience subscale. In regression analysis, the individual innovativeness total increased IC. Practice Implications Courses and practical work should be organized for students to raise their awareness of IC and to increase their innovativeness.