The Student Nurses Association at our College of Nursing recently helped those taking part in a cycling event for the American Diabetes Association held in Orlando, Florida. Click the headline link to read about how our busy nursing students graciously pitched in to help a worthy cause – and see how you can help as well!
Bake sales, car washes, T-shirt sales, local merchant assistance, and loose-change collections: These were some of the ways our Remington College of Nursing students raised funds for the Make-A-Wish Foundation over the past six months. Click the headline link to learn more….
“Remington College of Nursing congratulates our new BSN graduates and applauds their commitment to the profession of nursing,” said Karin Polifko, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, Vice President, Operations and Academic Affairs. “They’ve proven themselves as dedicated, hardworking students who will make a difference in the lives of their patients as they enter the health care field.” Click the article link to see a photo of the graduates!
Students and staff at our College of Nursing in Lake Mary are continuing their involvement in the life-saving cause of bone marrow donation. Click the article link to read about the Icla da Silva Foundation’s most recent campus visit, the results of our latest donor drive, and how you, too, can get involved!
Remington College of Nursing is proud to announce that its most recent class of graduates has achieved a 100% pass rate on the NCLEX exam. “This is a remarkable achievement, and we congratulate our students, faculty, and clinical partners on this success,” said Karin Polifko, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, Vice President, Operations and Academic Affairs for Remington College of Nursing. Click the article link to read more about our graduates’ achievements….
Remington College of Nursing Joins Forces with First Lady and Dr. Biden to Support Veterans and Military Families
“Remington College of Nursing pledges full support to providing students with educational opportunities that increase their understanding and awareness of veterans’ needs for health care services in our communities. Through education, our nursing students will gain an understanding of the unique and varied challenges that veterans face and learn how critical it is to discuss the need for comprehensive services that can contribute significantly to an improved quality of life for veterans and their families,” said Karin Polifko, Vice President of Operations and Academic Affairs for the College of Nursing.