CFCC Associate Degree in Nursing Program Ranked #1 in North Carolina for 2021
WILMINGTON, NC —The Cape Fear Community College Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program ranked number one in the NursingProcess.org Best Schools in North Carolina for Registered Nursing (ADN) Program – 2021 rankings list.
NursingProcess.org determined the ranking after 66 Schools in North Carolina offering nursing education were closely evaluated and analyzed. The scores and rankings for each school were based on the following three factors:
- Average NCLEX-RN first-time pass rates of recent five years – 40% of overall score
- Academic quality (enrollment rate, graduation rate, and retention rate) – 30% of overall score
- NursingProcess.org editorial staff ratings and nursing school reputation – 30% of overall score
The data required for the rankings was gathered from IPEDs, State Board of Nursing Websites, U.S. News & World Report, Niche, Grad Reports, Rate My Professors, and the official school websites.
“We are proud to be recognized by NursingProcess.org for the accomplishments of our Associate Degree Nursing program. Our outstanding nursing faculty is focused on quality education and student success,” said Dr. Mary Ellen Naylor, dean of health and human services. “The success of our nursing students exemplifies the commitment CFCC has to prepare graduates who are equipped and eager to be part of a team meeting the healthcare needs of our community.”
“Our health and human services programs are consistently recognized for their outstanding quality,” said CFCC President Jim Morton. “It’s exceptionally gratifying to see the efforts of our health and human services team be recognized at this level.”
For more information about the Cape Fear Community College Associate Degree Nursing program, visit cfcc.edu/associate-nursing .