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Mission of the Nursing Program

The Community College of Rhode Island is the state's only practical nursing program and associate degree nursing program.  We provide students with the opportunity to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for intellectual, professional and personal growth within the nursing program.  Building upon a rich tradition of teaching excellence and high academic and collegial standards, our diverse faculty and staff are devoted to fostering creativity, critical thinking skills and competencies in nursing practice.  Our high academic standards, while necessary for career success, are responsive to needs of the community, the state of Rhode Island, and the profession of Nursing.

Program Outcomes

ACEN Accreditation

The Community College of Rhode Island's associate degree in Nursing program is accredited by
the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN), 3343 Peachtree Road NE,
Suite 850, Atlanta, GA, 30326; 404-975-5000.

Continuing Accreditation for Associate Degree in Nursing:
Last evaluation visit: September 27-29, 2011; Most recent action: March 2012; Next evaluation visit: Fall 2019.

CCRI Nursing Program Data
* 2015 Job Placement Data available 7/2016
  Associate's Degree in Nursing Practical Nurse
Graduation Rates as of 5/31/16 82% 94%
NCLEX-RN Pass Rates as of 12/31/15 87% 100%
Job Placement Rates as of 12/31/14* 89% 71%

The Community College of Rhode Island is the state's only practical nursing program and associate degree nursing program.  We provide students with the opportunity to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for intellectual, professional and personal growth within the nursing program.  Building upon a rich tradition of teaching excellence and high academic and collegial standards, our diverse faculty and staff are devoted to fostering creativity, critical thinking skills and competencies in nursing practice.  Our high academic standards, while necessary for career success, are responsive to needs of the community, the state of Rhode Island, and the profession of Nursing.

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Last Updated: 8/11/16