Pinning ceremony for ATC nursing students

A pinning ceremony to officially mark the completion of the practical nursing program for 35 Anoka Technical College graduates took place on the campus Dec. 19.

The pinning ceremony was partially supported by donations from the Midwest Center for Reproductive Health and Good Shepherd Community.

Anoka Technical College’s nursing faculty members look proudly on their 2012 fall nursing graduates. Faculty pictured, from left, include Connie Wright, Patricia Johnson, Tamara Thell, Mary Ann Eich, Laura Blesi, Kristine Simoni, Lori Wahlberg, Christina Wilson and Vikki Dahlvang.

Anoka Technical College’s nursing faculty members look proudly on their 2012 fall nursing graduates. Faculty pictured, from left, include Connie Wright, Patricia Johnson, Tamara Thell, Mary Ann Eich, Laura Blesi, Kristine Simoni, Lori Wahlberg, Christina Wilson and Vikki Dahlvang.

The practical nursing (PN) program at Anoka Technical College offers students two full-time program completion options.

Students may either enroll as a PN diploma-seeking student (53 credits) or a PN associate of applied science degree-seeking student (63 credits). Both program options are designed to be completed in four semesters.

To learn more about each program completion option and for information regarding admissions to the practical nursing program, visit www.AnokaTech.edu.

Anoka Technical College is accredited through the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association. The PN program is approved by the Minnesota Board of Nursing and is specifically designed to train graduates for the specialized field of licensed practical nursing.

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