You have chosen to embark on a journey into the profession of Nursing through your entering the Clinton Community College Nursing Program. Our program is a quality program of study and has attained and maintained accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN) since 1987.
Entering the discipline of Nursing is one of the most important decisions you have made recently. You are on the road to becoming a Registered Nurse (RN). Although it is hard to describe the challenges that lie ahead, aside from hard work, your journey will be filled with new friendships, exciting experiences, personal rewards and major accomplishments. To help you along this road is an experienced and caring faculty.
If you have any questions or concerns, contact any faculty member in the department. If, throughout the year, problems or concerns arise, please do not hesitate to contact one of us. Most times, problems are easier to deal with when you talk with the right people early.
Philosophy and Mission of the Nursing Department
The philosophy of the Department of Nursing derives from its mission and values:
Educating students to integrate the science and caring art of nursing, while providing safe, quality, patient-centered care, and utilizing evidence-based practice, teamwork and technology.
Student Learning Outcomes
The Clinton Community College Associate Degree Nursing Program prepares graduates who will:
Projected Program Outcomes