St. Clair County Community College’s nursing program continues to be recognized throughout Michigan and the nation for its excellence in preparing students for rewarding careers in health care.
SC4 again was ranked one of the best in Michigan by RegisteredNursing.org, a nursing advocacy organization that analyzes past and present first-time National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX®)-RN pass rates. Its 2020 ranking listed SC4 eighth of 59 among the state’s two- and four-year institutions.
The college also just secured the rank of third best among Michigan nursing schools for an associate degree by Nursingprocess.org, an online nursing educational resource. The ranking is based on academic quality, the NCLEX-RN first-time pass rate for the past four years, affordability and reputation.
“SC4’s strong reputation as a leader in nursing education continues to grow,” said Jenny Giles-Voss, SC4 dean of health sciences. “Our faculty are experts in their fields and our students are sought after for their skills and experience upon graduation. We’re thrilled that the hard work and commitment of all those involved in our program has been recognized.”
A recent Georgetown University study ranked SC4 as the No. 1 community college investment in Michigan, based on 10 years after enrollment, as well.