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WSSU’s nursing program named among best for adult learners

Winston-Salem State University’s nursing program has won three Abound College Awards, designed to highlight the best schools for adult learners.

In the 2024 Best Nursing Schools category, Abound recognizes WSSU’s Division of Nursing among the best for its bachelor’s program, master’s program and as a public nursing program.

Abound is a college guidance system from Colleges of Distinction, designed specifically for degree-seeking adults. Abound helps schools get recognized for their program excellence and helps students find the best place to earn an undergraduate degree, graduate degree or MBA.

Among the criteria, WSSU’s Division of Nursing was selected because it is designed to meet the needs of adult learners managing busy schedules while pursuing their nursing education, Abound said. WSSU’s program focuses on making a nursing degree accessible, affordable and fast, helping students achieve their academic and career goals.

“They offer flexible schedules, support services, and affordable costs to empower students. With a strong emphasis on learning by doing and keeping up with the latest in healthcare, these programs prepare students for success in the nursing field. They are committed to helping students grow both personally and professionally, shaping skilled and compassionate nurses ready to make a difference,” Abound said.

WSSU’s Division of Nursing is a national premier nursing school based on excellence in education, research and public service, as well as diversity in student population and program offerings. As a leader in nursing education, it is committed to providing diverse populations a transformative educational experience rooted in the HBCU traditions. It is dedicated to providing excellent, accessible and responsive programs at the baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral levels.

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