The University of Mary’s nursing program hit a new benchmark this year as it was ranked at top in three key areas: scoring the best among similar programs, tops within its jurisdiction and No. 1 at the national level.

“Now, the University of Mary is respected across the nation for its strong nursing program that is set apart by incorporating a curriculum that is intense, challenging and patient centered — always following the core Christian principals that stem from the Benedictine values lived out by our founders. Now the program and its students are reaping the rewards for its classroom and clinical rigors,” said Glenda Reemts, professor and chair of the Division of Nursing at the University of Mary.

The yearly rankings report by Mountain Measurements is based on the 2018 Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing graduates who took the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses exam. All 66 University of Mary graduates who took the licensure exam for the first time passed.

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