Highland Nursing Program Recognized

published April 22, 2015

Highland Nursing Program Recognized

During the quarterly Kansas State Board of Nursing Education Board Meeting held on March 24, the Highland Community College nursing program was recognized for the distinction of having its RN class of 2014 have a 100 percent first time pass rate on the licensure exam.  The Highland program was the only program to achieve this accomplishment out of all of the RN programs in the state of Kansas, which includes Associate Degree in Nursing and Bachelor of Science in Nursing programs.  This was truly a distinctive recognition.

The HCC Nursing Program is above the national average for both RN & PN programs and in the top 35% of all Kansas practical nursing programs.

Congratulations to Cynthia Jacobson and her team of instructors – and to the RN class of 2014.  This is a terrific accomplishment.

Julie Martinez – RN Lead Instructor

Melissa Cook – PN Instructor

Stephanie Glenn – PN Instructor

 Amy Burris- Clinical Adjunct

Mabel Morton- Clinical Adjunct & Online Instructor

Melissa Tenbrink – Clinical Adjunct

Cheryl Vanwey – Adjunct Instructor

Rebecca Houghton- Clinical Adjunct

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