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Accreditation of Nevada State College’s School of Nursing renewed
Nevada State College's School of Nursing received its official accreditation renewal from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education this month.
In January, a CCNE accreditation team conducted a routine visit to Nevada State College’s School of Nursing, which originally received national accreditation from CCNE in 2005. This month, CCNE announced that the School of Nursing was in full compliance with CCNE standards and that its accreditation was renewed for another 10 years.
The School of Nursing at Nevada State College offers baccalaureate programs for students who are new to the profession, as well as for students who already hold registered nursing degrees.
As an institution founded in 2002, Nevada State College continues to pursue full accreditation status from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU), one of eight regional accrediting bodies that oversee the educational quality of higher education institutions in the United States.
Last year, Nevada State College was awarded continued recognition of its candidacy status, the second to last designation before full accreditation status. Generally, the path to full accreditation status for new institutions of higher education is a 10-year process. NWCCU’
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Founded in 2002, Nevada State College is a four-year public college offering more than 35 majors and minors leading to a bachelor’s degree. Based in Henderson, Nev., Nevada State College serves more than 2,500 students representing a broad array of cultural and economic backgrounds. In every field of study, classes are taught by experienced faculty who serve as mentors and guides. With an average class size of only 20 students, Nevada State College fosters a personal learning environment where students receive the support they need to succeed. For more information, visit www.nsc.nevada.edu.
Page Updated Last on: Oct 22, 2010