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School of Nursing

Experience the excitement of participating in the dynamic health care world and the satisfaction of helping others. Your future is full of possibilities with a degree in nursing from Rhode Island College.

The School of Nursing at Rhode Island College has the largest baccalaureate nursing program in the state. The nursing program is highly regarded for the high quality nursing education it provides. The pass rate of RIC graduates on the NCLEX-RN licensure examination is consistently above state and national averages. In May 2009, the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education awarded the program full accreditation.
(Click here for the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education Self Study Document.)

Located in the Providence metropolitan area, the college campus is convenient for students and is within 5 miles of the major health care institutions of the State. The program partners with all the major health care agencies in the state to offer clinical education.

Our students reflect the social, ethnic and economic diversity of the state and encourage a cooperative, collegial learning environment that benefits all. The nursing faculty is extremely well-qualified and experienced in their areas of practice and committed to fostering the personal and intellectual growth of students.

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Page last updated: October 7, 2014