Top: Betsy Chester, Lindsey Leboeuf, Courtney Robertson, Taniecia Calloway, and Ashley Billiot.
Bottom: Tiffany Crawford, Lexi Petit, Katie Krohn, Brenna Morvant, and Kayla Verret.
Practical Nursing Program Achieves 100% NCLEX Pass Rate
Fletcher Technical Community College’s Practical Nursing (PN) program’s May 2017 graduating class has achieved 100% pass rate on the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN). Fletcher’s PN program has consistently achieved this impressive feat. Congratulations to these successful students in earning their licensures to practice their skills acquired at Fletcher. Fletcher is also delighted to share that any student seeking employment in nursing attained a 100% job placement into the industry.
Fletcher’s Chancellor, Dr. Kristine Strickland, commented, “We are extraordinarily proud of our recent PN graduates
and their success on the NCLEX. The preparation of these future practical nurses undergo under the leadership and
skilled teaching of our nursing faculty prepares each student to be a caring and compassionate healer. We congratulate our students on their success, and I commend our nursing faculty for the exemplary preparation they have provided for this most important profession.”
About Fletcher’s Practical Nursing Program:
The Practical Nursing Diploma Program consists of five semesters of classroom instruction, service learning opportunities, and supervised clinical activities in accredited hospitals, nursing homes, and other health care agencies, including the learning community at Fletcher Technical Community College. The program content utilizes the nursing process and incorporates the concepts of holistic nursing, hierarchy of needs, prioritization of care, stress and adaptation, creative problem-solving and optimal psychosocial development. Classroom instruction includes, but is not limited to, an in-depth knowledge of anatomy and