Congratulations are extended to the CPCC Nursing program faculty – and their students – for achieving a three-year average NCLEX-RN score of 96 for Associate Degree Nursing program.
This three-year average on the national licensure exam is equal to or higher than all of the other Charlotte two- and four-year schools, as well as those higher education institutions located in neighboring counties.
“We are proud of our score. It demonstrates the consistent excellence of our students, and our nurse faculty and leadership,” said Ruth Hedgpeth, dean of nursing, health & human services, teacher education and cosmetology at CPCC. “Our mission at CPCC is to provide a competent nursing and allied health workforce for the healthcare providers within Charlotte-Mecklenburg. These scores are evidence of some of our successes.”
The CPCC Nursing Program is accredited by ACEN, Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, the highest credential in nursing education.