Fort Scott Community College’s (FSCC) Nursing Program has done it again with ranking 8th out of over 30 nursing programs approved by the Kansas State Board of Nursing (KSBN)! This determination was made by NursingProcess.org and they assessed on the following areas:
- Academic Quality
- NCLEX-RN 1st time pass rate for the past four years
- Nursing school’s reputation
“Our site is an online resource that simplifies access to nursing education and career information, thereby helping students make better choices. Currently, the site reaches out to more than 100,000 students every month, from all over the country. We applaud Fort Scott Community College for its contribution towards nursing education”, says the people of NursingProcess.org.
This is currently the second year in a row that the FSCC Nursing Program has ranked among the top 10 nursing programs in Kansas. Director of Nursing, Jordan Howard is very proud of the students and looking to make the program’s ranking even higher next year and the years to come.
“I am extremely proud of the students, faculty and staff that have contributed to this accomplishment. However, as healthcare is ever evolving, so are we here at Fort Scott Community College Nursing Department. 8th place out of 30 plus is a fantastic number, but we will continue to improve and rank higher next year”, says Howard.
To see the full list of rankings and to learn more about the processes, please visit https://www.nursingprocess.org/nursing-schools/kansas/
For more information about the distinguished FSCC Nursing Program, please visit our website at www.fortscott.edu/nursing.