Copiah-Lincoln Community College
Copiah-Lincoln Community College was established in 1915 as an agricultural high school in Wesson, Mississippi. Today it serves a seven-county area including Adams, Copiah, Franklin, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lincoln and Simpson counties. CLCC has a nursing division that offers an ACEN accredited ADN program that was first rolled out in the fall of 1994. The Division of Nursing aims to provide comprehensive education and preparation for nursing positions within our health care system.
The program emphasizes a student-centered educational environment by prioritizing high quality instruction as well as high expectations from its students. CLCC's ADN program further focuses on the necessary versatility of nurses and their ability to adjust to unexpected circumstances in order to maintain maximum patient outcomes. Degree requirements to earn an ADN from Copiah-Lincoln consist of 72 hours, which are comprised of nursing hours as well as general education hours. It’s admissions process runs on an annual basis, enrolling students in the fall only.
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Sources: The State Board of Nursing from Each State, U.S. Department of Education: College Scorecard, U.S. Department of Education – OPE, National Center for Education Statistics, Bureau of Labor Statistics