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IU 2024 Graduate Profile: Julia Hallman, B.S.N.

Julia Hallman

Hallman’s professors supported her as she completed the accelerated second-degree B.S.N. program and prepared for a career in pediatric nursing, where she will offer holistic care to support her patients’ physical and mental health.

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Immaculata Nursing Program Prepares Graduates for U.S. Navy Medical Career

Michaela Dwyer

Immaculata University nursing graduate is serving on the United States Navy Hospital Ship as a commissioned officer and nurse. As a member of the medical staff, she helps train health hcare workers in various host nations.

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Amanda Miller: B.S.N. Graduate is Example of How Immaculata Prepares Students to Pass NCLEX

Amanda Miller

Amanda Miller ’20, a biology graduate decided to come back to Immaculata University to earn a second bachelor’s degree in nursing.

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Immaculata University’s Nursing Students Achieve High Licensure Exam Pass Rate

Nursing students and faculty with a sign showing the NCLEX pass rate

Immaculata University’s nursing students achieved a remarkable 97.92% first-time pass rate on the registered nurse licensure exam, or NCLEX, in the 2022-23 academic year, the most recent year for which data is available. The national NCLEX pass rate for 2022-23 is 90.16%. Immaculata’s nursing students receive extensive support to prepare for the exam, including a…

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From Second-Guessing to Trusting Her Instincts, Immaculata Nursing Student Perseveres

Woman in blue scrubs standing in nursing lab

Julia Darlak used to be afraid of making mistakes. But her nursing professors reassured her that Immaculata’s simulation labs are a good place to practice and learn.

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Immaculata University Makes Switching to a Nursing Career Fast and Easy

Five nursing students wearing blue scrubs

Immaculata University’s accelerated, second-degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) is helping people switch to nursing careers.

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Immaculata Adds Family Nurse Practitioner to M.S.N. Offerings

Woman with stethoscope, wearing blue scrubs

The 44-credit M.S.N. program is designed for bachelor’s-prepared registered nurses seeking to become a certified registered nurse practitioner.

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IU 2023 Graduate Profile: Meredith Katona, B.S.N.

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After earning an undergraduate degree in English, Meredith Katona decided to switch careers and get a degree in nursing. She was drawn to the field because of the range of specialties and career options she could pursue.

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