BISMARCK, ND — For the third consecutive year, University of Mary’s undergraduate nursing students who took the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) exam in May for the first time scored a 100 percent pass rate.
Dr. Glenda Reemts, professor and chair of the Division of Nursing at the University of Mary, says the university and its hundreds of nursing students and graduates in North Dakota and around the world are doing their part to fulfill its mission and help meet the healthcare needs of people in the region and beyond. Reemts says the nursing program is helping alleviate shortages that are prevalent across the state and nation.
“Patients are in the very best care with graduates of the University of Mary nursing program,” added Reemts. “This is rare to have 100 percent pass on the first attempt.”