Published on December 3, 2020
Ozarka College recently received notification from Nursing Process that Ozarka's Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) program has been ranked fifth in the state of Arkansas for the year 2020. The program has been ranked after evaluating 27 LPN Programs across the state.
"We applaud the efforts of Ozarka College towards nurturing the academic and career goals of nursing students, " said Shehnaz Reddy, Communication Officer at Nursing Process. "Congratulations to the outstanding faculty, administrators and students of the college! "
Nursing Process is an online resource that helps nursing students explore education and career options and make better choices. Currently, the site reaches out to more than 100,000 students every month, from all over the country.
Nursing Process's website states, "Ozarka College, Melbourne is focused on providing nursing education on par with the best in the world. The primary objective of the college is to develop students into well-rounded personalities who can successfully take on the challenges of the evolving healthcare field. "
The ranking methodology for Nursing Process includes the following criteria: NCLEX-PN First Time Pass Rates, Affordability, The School's Reputation, and Academic Quality including Enrollment Rate, Graduation Rate, and Student to Faculty Ratio.
"We are honored to be recognized as one of the best LPN programs in the state, " said Katie Wilson, Nursing & Allied Health Division Chair. "Our nursing faculty are truly dedicated to the success of our students. This is evident as they carry out the mission of Ozarka College by providing life-changing experiences throughout students' education toward becoming a valued member of the community as a healthcare professional. "