Bethel Welcomes New Nursing Class to Orientation
Bethel welcomed its latest group of bachelor of science in nursing students this week. Students began orientation on Monday, Aug. 11. Those in the new class include (front row, l to r): Maria Escamilla, Caitlin Harper, Morgan Barnett, Tianna Cann, Marlena Durdin, Mishel Castro, Alexandria Wimberly, Janet Burcham, Leslie Cathey, Camille Cooper, Loren Tubbs, Kaitlyn Wood, and Deanna Irvin; (back row, l to r): Alex Crittenden, Kelly Ables, Liliana Mora, Nathan Andresen, Kyle Leighton, Chelsey Queen, Meagan Flick, Jillian Pope, Jay Pope, Rachel Simko, Stacy Creamer, Rachael Perrault, Sarah Hatler, Michael Holt, Heather Merrell, Kyle Trent and Spencer Via.
Bethel’s bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) program prepares its graduates for entry level registered nurse positions in primary, secondary, and tertiary health care settings and for entry into graduate studies which lead to advanced degrees in nursing. Bethel’s nursing program was recently ranked among the top 22 of 704 BSN programs in the nation after achieving a 100 percent pass rate on the National Council Licensing Examination (among those who took the exam from April to September 2013).
For more information about Bethel University’s nursing program contact Kim Hammonds at 731-514-1410 or at email@example.com.