Hill College nursing program ranked sixth in the state

  Jabria Washington
  Monday, June 3, 2019 3:51 PM

Hillsboro, TX

For immediate release

Date: June 3, 2019

Contact: Robin DeMott, Director of Communications, rdemott@hillcollege.edu, O: 254-659-7771, M: 309-368-7786

HILLSBORO, TEXAS—The Hill College nursing programs have been ranked sixth in the state with a grade of 94.44 percent based on a study done by RNCareers.org. There are 58 Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) programs offered in Texas, and 1,892 ADN programs evaluated nationwide. Ranking is based on students first-time NCLEX passing rates, accreditation by the ACEN and CCNE, program offerings and more. The average NCLEX-RN passing rate is 85.90 percent. Hill College ADN’s NCLEX-RN pass rate for 2018 is 100 percent.

 The Hill College Nursing program offers the highest quality health-related education and training to students of our community and surrounding areas. The programs are offered in a combination of delivery methods, including face-to-face, hybrid and online courses.

 The ADN Program is a 60-hour Associate of Applied Science degree that typically takes two years to complete. The program offers students the ability to dedicate themselves to increase their knowledge and developing their talents thus allowing them to become highly skilled nurses able to provide patient-centered care in hospitals or other health care facilities.

 The Vocational Nursing (VN) Program is a 48/49-credit hour curriculum leading to a Certificate of Completion that typically takes one year to complete. The VN Program is accredited by the Board of Nursing (BON) for the State of Texas and is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge required to pass the NCLEX-PN (National Council Licensure Examination - Vocational Nursing).

To learn more, please visit www.hillcollege.edu/nursing, or contact Julie Britton at jbritton@hillcollege.edu or 817.760.5921.