SUU Nursing Program Earns Continuing Accreditation

SUU Nursing Program Earns Continuing Accreditation SUU Nursing Program Earns Continuing Accreditation

November 23, 20212 min read

Continuing a path of excellence, Southern Utah University’s Department of Nursing has been re-accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). The CCNE reviews each program and how well it meets the standards of baccalaureate nursing programs. This year marks fifteen years of accreditation for SUU’s Nursing program.

“We are pleased to announce the accreditation that will take us through 2030,” said Dr. Donna Lister, department chair and professor of nursing at SUU. “It is a demanding and dynamic endeavor to educate nurses in our current environment. The faculty and staff at SUU have met that challenge and maintained the high quality of our educational experience for our students. I am grateful to work with excellent faculty, staff, and, of course, students.“

SUU Nursing’s dedication to students shows in the accolades the program has received. The program has been recognized by Colleges of Distinction for its high-impact approach to education and was also deemed the best public nursing school in the state.

The online program was ranked #5 in the nation for the online bachelor’s degree in nursing among over 7,000 accredited institutions across the country. This acknowledgement is very impressive because only eight percent of schools in the U.S. earn a ranking position, much less rank in the top five.

Additionally, in October, SUU was named as one of just three schools in the nation to receive the Skyfactor/Benchworks Nursing Education Impact Award. SUU Nursing was recognized for their high performance in the overall satisfaction of students.

The Nursing program itself has also received endorsement from current students and SUU alumni over the years, and boasts a 100% pass rate for the NCLEX exam for the Nursing Class of 2020.

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  • Donna Lister
    Donna Lister Chair of the Department of Nursing

    Specializing in nursing education and educational processes, rural health and current issues in nursing and health care.

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