By Jordan Beach
After graduating its first two cohorts of student nurses, Reinhardt’s Cauble School of Nursing and Health Sciences reports a 97% pass rate of the NCLEX.
Following graduation, the next step for student nurses working to become Registered Nurses is taking the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX), a nationwide exam required of all nurses to become licensed in their field.
“I am very proud to be part of a team that provides such a stellar nursing education to all of their students,” said Dr. LeAnne Wilhite, dean of the Cauble School. “The continued success of our graduates on the NCLEX exam shows the caliber of the education the students have received at Reinhardt and the dedication of the faculty and staff.”
Reinhardt’s Cauble School of Nursing & Health Sciences has several upcoming additions to the program, including a new building for clinic courses in Jasper, Georgia. On Sept. 27, the Cauble School will celebrate its next incoming class of student nurses, as they welcome the program’s sixth cohort with the White Coat Ceremony.
“It is an exciting time in nursing unlike any we have ever seen, and I know that the students will leave Reinhardt with the ability to do great things wherever they land,” Wilhite said.