Stanly Community College (SCC) Nursing Program has been ranked #11 Best RN Program in North Carolina according to the website, www.registerednursing.org. Registered Nursing states that their mission is to "...promote excellence in nursing through enabling future nurses with the tools they need to succeed."
Nursing programs were assessed on several factors which represent how well a program supports students toward licensure and beyond. Part of Registered Nursing's methodology analyzed past and present NCLEX-RN "pass-rates" - weighted by year. Additional information on their methodology can be found at: http://www.registerednursing.org/rn-ranking-methodology/.
Stanly Community College's Nursing program has continually been recognized as a leader in educating Nursing students in the Carolinas. According to SCC President, Dr. John Enamait, "This is an accumulation of hard work by our faculty and especially our students. Our rigorous curriculum puts our students in a position to excel in the workplace. I am excited and proud of their achievement!"
The Annie Ruth Kelley Associate Degree Nursing Program is responsible for supplying the public with safe, competent, entry-level nursing professionals. This is accomplished through classwork, lab work, and clinical experiences. Some clinical and lab experiences are held in the college's Simulation Hospital housed at the Crutchfield Education Center in Locust. All learning opportunities, whether in the classroom or outside of the classroom, use innovative ideas to bridge the gap between theory and all concepts of nursing.
For more information about SCC's Annie Ruth Kelley Associate Degree Nursing Program, contact Chassity Washburn, Director of Nursing at