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La Roche College’s Associate of Nursing Program recently received accreditation from the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC). NLNAC accreditation is a voluntary peer review process designed to enhance quality improvement in nursing education. In order to sit for the state boards, students must have graduated from an accredited institution.

“This accreditation speaks volumes about the quality of the curriculum, faculty members and resources we have at the College,” said Rosemary McCarthy, chair of the department of nursing at La Roche.

To receive accreditation, La Roche’s Associate of Science in Nursing program had to submit a self-study report and be reviewed by a site visit team, evaluation review panels and a Board of Commissioners. Faculty and administrators were responsible for presenting evidence that clearly indicates how the standards and criteria of the NLNAC are being met in the program.

NLNAC accreditation is valid for five years. La Roche’s Associate of Science in Nursing Program was initiated in Spring 2004. <

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