NorthWest Arkansas Community College President Addresses Nursing Students

Posted: February 11, 2014 at 5 a.m.

The president of NorthWest Arkansas Community College recently met with nursing program students to discuss an anonymous complaint made last month about the techniques and behavior of their instructors.

At A Glance

State Oversight

The Arkansas State Board of Nursing has not received any complaints within the past year about NorthWest Arkansas Community College’s nursing program, according to Sue Tedford, board director.

All Arkansas nursing programs leading to licensure must be approved by the Board of Nursing in order for their graduates to be eligible for licensure as a nurse. Once a program has obtained full approval, it is reviewed every five years; however, if issues arise in between visits, the Board of Nursing may review the program at that time, Tedford said.

Source: Staff Report

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