Students complete program


Last year, Sampson Community College, with the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, entered an agreement for a dual enrollment partnership called RIBN, or Regionally Increasing Baccalaureate Nursing. Students are provided with a seamless transition from an associate degree in nursing to a baccalaureate science degree in nursing. The first three years of study are home-based at the community college, along with one online course each semester through UNCW. Upon successful completion of the first three years, a student earns the associate’s degree. After passing the NCLEX-RN, the student progresses to fourth-year nursing courses through UNCW to earn the BSN degree. The first three students to enroll under the new program completed their associate’s degree obligations at SCC during their pinning ceremony. The students are Larry Pitts, Kari Strickland and Deshannon Butler.


Last year, Sampson Community College, with the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, entered an agreement for a dual enrollment partnership called RIBN, or Regionally Increasing Baccalaureate Nursing. Students are provided with a seamless transition from an associate degree in nursing to a baccalaureate science degree in nursing. The first three years of study are home-based at the community college, along with one online course each semester through UNCW. Upon successful completion of the first three years, a student earns the associate’s degree. After passing the NCLEX-RN, the student progresses to fourth-year nursing courses through UNCW to earn the BSN degree. The first three students to enroll under the new program completed their associate’s degree obligations at SCC during their pinning ceremony. The students are Larry Pitts, Kari Strickland and Deshannon Butler.

Last year, Sampson Community College, with the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, entered an agreement for a dual enrollment partnership called RIBN, or Regionally Increasing Baccalaureate Nursing. Students are provided with a seamless transition from an associate degree in nursing to a baccalaureate science degree in nursing. The first three years of study are home-based at the community college, along with one online course each semester through UNCW. Upon successful completion of the first three years, a student earns the associate’s degree. After passing the NCLEX-RN, the student progresses to fourth-year nursing courses through UNCW to earn the BSN degree. The first three students to enroll under the new program completed their associate’s degree obligations at SCC during their pinning ceremony. The students are Larry Pitts, Kari Strickland and Deshannon Butler.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_DSC_1004-1.jpgLast year, Sampson Community College, with the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, entered an agreement for a dual enrollment partnership called RIBN, or Regionally Increasing Baccalaureate Nursing. Students are provided with a seamless transition from an associate degree in nursing to a baccalaureate science degree in nursing. The first three years of study are home-based at the community college, along with one online course each semester through UNCW. Upon successful completion of the first three years, a student earns the associate’s degree. After passing the NCLEX-RN, the student progresses to fourth-year nursing courses through UNCW to earn the BSN degree. The first three students to enroll under the new program completed their associate’s degree obligations at SCC during their pinning ceremony. The students are Larry Pitts, Kari Strickland and Deshannon Butler.
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