NACOGDOCHES, Texas — Stephen F. Austin State University’s DeWitt School of Nursing was recently ranked No. 8 in Texas by RN Careers, an online program guide.
RN Careers ranks programs based on tuition costs and national licensure exam pass rates, among other criteria.
The DeWitt School of Nursing received a 97% first-time pass rate on the National Council Licensure Examination in 2020 and prepares students for success with personal attention from faculty.
“Our nursing faculty are engaged and focused on student success,” said Dr. Tamara Harris, director of the School of Nursing. “We have testing procedures that mimic the NCLEX testing and faculty that accompany students to clinicals for the purpose of reinforcing concepts from lecture content.”
With advanced simulation labs and rigorous coursework, students are equipped to provide exceptional patient care in a variety of nursing fields.
“Our students graduate with job offers,” Harris said. “SFA’s School of Nursing has a reputation across the state of providing a great education for nurses.”
To learn more about the School of Nursing, visit sfasu.edu/nursing.