At the end of every nursing student’s baccalaureate career, he or she must face the National Council Licensure Examination, also known as the NCLEX. It is one of several examinations students must pass to obtain the licensing needed to become a registered nurse. Anderson University is proud to announce that 100 percent of the 2011 graduating seniors passed the test on the first try, a significant milestone for the AU School of Nursing.
Anderson University is partnering with Johnson, Grossnickle and Associates and Achieve in a nationwide study to assess the current perceptions, attitudes and preferences of Millennial donors age 20-35. The results of this study will be released in July and will help guide nonprofits that target Millennials. As a friend, alumni and supporter of Anderson University your participation is appreciated. The survey should take no more than 10 minutes of your time.