The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationships between spiritual well-being and attitude to death among cadets in Armed Forces Nursing Academy. Methods : 299 cadets participated in the survey from March 1, 2012 to June 15, 2012 and self-report questionnaire was used to collect data. The data were analyzed with frequencies, percentages, means, standard deviation, t-test, one-way ANOVA, Duncan`s test, Pearson`s coefficient and Cronbach`s alpha by using SPSS/WIN 18.0. Results : The mean score of spiritual well-being and attitude to death was 2.74(±0.45) and 2.71(±0.36), respectively. Spiritual well-being was differed according to year of education, religion, participation in religion facility, religious belief influence in daily life, satisfaction with life, character, health status, and witnessing experience of dying person. Attitude to death was differed according to participation in religion facility, religious belief influence in daily life, and satisfaction with life. There were significant positive correlations between the spiritual well-being and attitude to death(r=.202, p<.001). Conclusion : The study demonstates that promoting spiritual well-being is an important factor for increasing the level of attitude to death in cadets. These results provide guidance for developing education strategies such as educational program to help cadets build positive attitude to death and promote spiritual well-being.