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St. Kate's nursing programs receive continuing accreditation

Students in St. Kate's baccalaureate nursing program participate in a nursing simulation on the St. Paul campus.
Students in St. Kate's baccalaureate nursing program participate in a nursing simulation on the St. Paul campus.
Photo by Melissa Kaelin.

St. Catherine University is proud to announce the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC) has granted its nursing programs continuing accreditation.

The NLNAC Board of Commissioners has granted continuing accreditation to the baccalaureate nursing program, the associate nursing program, and the master’s nursing program, including the post-master’s certificate.

The action, taken in March 2013, continues a long-standing tradition of the accredited nursing programs that are offered at St. Catherine University’s Henrietta Schmoll School of Health. Continuing accreditation has been granted for these programs, provided each program submit a follow-up report within two years.

The next evaluation by the NLNAC will be scheduled for the fall semester of 2020.

The Doctor of Nursing Practice, offered through the Graduate College at St. Catherine University, was accredited by NLNAC in 2011.

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April 8, 2013 by Melissa Kaelin

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