James Sprunt’s Associate Degree Nursing Program Ranked #13 in North Carolina

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                   JUNE 17, 2019

KENANSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA –  We are pleased to announce that James Sprunt’s associate degree nursing program has been ranked #13 out of 54 ADN programs in North Carolina by RNCareers.org.

“We are honored that our associate degree nursing program has been so highly ranked,” said Dr. Carraway. “Our faculty strives to give our students the best educational experience possible.”

James Sprunt offers both an associate degree nursing option, as well as a practical nursing program for students. Short-term training opportunities for Nurse Aide I / II, phlebotomy, pharmacy technician, dialysis technician, and gerontology are also available through our continuing education department.

The associate degree nursing program at James Sprunt Community College requires 71 credit hours of completion and is a limited enrollment program that requires the submission of an application packet prior to being accepted into the program.

Please see the link below for more information on the ranking from RN Careers: https://www.rncareers.org/rn-programs/north-carolina/


For media related questions, please contact Cheryl Hemric, director of marketing and public information at (910) 275-6170.

James Sprunt Community College is one of the premier institutions in the North Carolina Community College System. Our college serves more than 5,000 students annually from our Kenansville and WestPark campuses and three specialized centers. Learn more at http://www.jamessprunt.edu.



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