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Hill College Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program pinning ceremony


HILLSBORO, TEXAS--Five Hill College nursing program graduates were honored with a pinning ceremony on May 11 in the Vara Martin Daniels Performing Arts Center on the Hillsboro campus.

After an invocation and welcome, Dean Lori Moseley presented special awards, and the class was presented for pinning. Pinning a graduating nursing student symbolizes their initiation into the nursing profession and marks the completion of rigorous training. The graduates then recited the Nightingale Pledge, in which students pledge to, “Do all in my power to maintain and elevate the standard of my profession.”

The graduates include:  Summer Adams, Cleburne; Bobbie Ayres, Whitney; Gwendolyn Baker, Fort Worth; Eddie Jele, Cleburne; and Nickki Walters, Hillsboro.

The Associate Degree Nursing Program is a 60-hour program which leads to an Associate Degree in Nursing and is designed to prepare individuals for licensure with the Texas Board of Nursing as a Registered Nurse. Upon graduation and licensure with the Texas Board of Nursing the Associate Degree Nursing Program curriculum is designed to prepare the student to seek employment in the field of nursing as a Registered Nurse. For more information about the Hill College Nursing program visit the website at https://www.hillcollege.edu/academics/Technical/Health_Sciences/Nursing/RN.html


nursing pinning

L-R: Gwendolyn Baker, Bobbie Ayres, Eddie Jele, Nickki Walter, and Summer Adams.