St. Luke’s College and Northwest Iowa Community College Partner for Advanced Nursing Programs
Dec 28, 2016 08:30AM ● Published by MED Magazine
NCC students interested in transitioning to St. Luke’s College Registered Nurse (RN) and Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) programs will receive guidance on courses that are transferrable for the advanced degree. This agreement will allow graduates of NCC’s Associate Degree Nursing program to transfer up to 78 credits of coursework to St. Luke’s College.
Alethea Stubbe, President, Northwest Iowa Community College, said, “We are delighted to form this partnership with St. Luke’s College. At NCC our passion is to help prepare students to be successful in their careers – no matter where their educational journey takes them. Providing this additional opportunity for seamless transfer of our courses enhances access and successful completion of baccalaureate level nursing education. Students will be able to realize their hopes and dreams more easily through this beneficial agreement.”
The agreement will provide clear course to course equivalencies between NCC and St. Luke’s College.
“St. Luke’s College is proud to partner with NCC to ensure that course credits transfer and meet curricular requirements with ease,” said Mike Stiles, Chancellor at St. Luke’s College. “The need for quality, highly educated nurses continues to grow. We are excited to help offer another solution for nurses to advance their degree without needing to leave the community.”
For additional information about the articulation agreement between St. Luke’s College and NCC, please contact the Department of Admission at St. Luke’s College at (712) 279-3149, or Northwest Iowa Community College at (800) 352-4907, visit stlukescollege.edu or nwicc.edu.