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FAMU nursing school off probation

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The Florida A&M University School of Nursing saw 28 of its 29 spring graduates pass the National Council Licensure Examination on its first try. The dramatic turnaround – fewer than two-thirds of graduates passed the exam in the 2019, 2020 and 2021 academic years – was sufficient for the nursing school to have its probation status lifted.

The Florida Board of Nursing requires nursing schools in the state to meet or exceed the national average first-time pass rate of 86%. “These exceptional results show what happens when we make a collaborative and strategic approach to student success,” FAMU President Larry Robinson said.

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