Alliance News Feed – Simpson University News
As one of the four Alliance colleges/universities, Simpson University recently received recognition for two of its outstanding programs:
First, five WorldSERVE teams are preparing for overseas summer service in India, the Philippines, Taiwan, and Thailand. About 30 students are participating this year in the university’s yearlong discipleship program that includes a short-term service trip. Over the past 25 years, Simpson has sent more than 1,700 students on trips to nearly 30 percent of the world. These teams partner with mission organizations to help in churches, camps, orphanages, youth programs, and more.
Click here to learn more about WorldSERVE.
Also, of the 126 California schools assessed for the Best RN Programs ranking, Simpson’s School of Nursing is the highest ranked private university—and the only one in the top 25. The Betty M. Dean School of Nursing, which is nationally accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), has graduated more than 190 four-year bachelor of science in nursing students since the BSN program began in 2011. In addition, more than 175 students have graduated from Simpson’s RN-BSN Track, designed for registered nurses who want to obtain their bachelor’s degree.
In addition to its CCNE accreditation, the Betty M. Dean School of Nursing is also accredited by the Western Senior College and University Commission and approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing. Learn more at simpsonu.edu/nursing.
Source: Alliance News Feed – Simpson University News