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Standard of Excellence

Our nursing program is built on a standard of excellence. SCC has had a nursing program since 1946 with the introduction of a practical nurse program. The associate degree nursing program, which prepares the graduate for licensure as a registered nurse, began in 1970. Part of the success of the nursing program can be attributed to the fact that the students have access to a nursing practice laboratory, computer-assisted instruction, and a variety of excellent clinical settings. The campus Learning Resources Center provides a wealth of information for the student in the form of books, journals, DVDs, and electronic media. Students consistently practice the theories and skills learned in the classroom in the lab and in the clinical settings.



Shawn Mielke   (Graduated June 2010)

"I am grateful to SCC for opening up a very important doorway after graduation - one to my preferred specialty! I was fortunate enough to be allowed to do my senior capstone on the SHMC psychiatric unit, where I was approached by the nurse manager. This contact led to a supplemental position not long after graduation! It was, and continues to be, a very positive experience. Thanks again, SCC!"


Laurie Lee Potts   (Graduated June 2005)

"I am so thankful that I chose to attend SCC's nursing program to prepare for my career. They offer a wide variety of hands-on experiences that support book knowledge as well as instructors who knew when I needed to be shoved and when I needed to be hugged."

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Georgeanna Conrad
(509) 533-8622
1-800-248-5644 ext. 8622
Health & Env. Sciences: (509) 533-7294

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