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Join us to Celebrate the Naming of the School of Nursing!

You’re invited to mark two milestones in the history of the UMass Lowell nursing program. Join us Thursday, April 27 to celebrate the naming of the School of Nursing in honor of longtime benefactors Susan and Alan Solomont, and the Donna Manning Endowed Chair for Nursing, given by Robert Manning ’84, ’11 (H) in honor of his wife, Donna ’85, ’91, ’11 (H). Light refreshments will be served following the ceremony.

Alan Solomont ’77, ’94 (H), dean of the Tisch College of Civic Life at Tufts University and the former U.S. Ambassador to Spain, is a graduate of the UMass Lowell nursing program. A former university trustee, he served as chairman during the merger with the UMass system.

Register by April 24!
Date: Thursday, April 27
Time: Noon - 1:30 p.m.
Location: Health & Social Sciences Building, Floor 2

For more information, email: Alumni_Office@uml.edu or call 978-934-3140.

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Faculty Member mentioned in news article!

Faculty member Karen Devereaux Melillo, Ph.D., A-GNP-C, FAANP, FGSA was recently mentioned in an interesting Medscape article about geropsychiatric nursing.

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Nursing Programs Re-accredited

We are proud to announce that the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) has awarded the BS, RN-BS and MS nursing programs a full, 10-year reaccreditation through 2026. CCNE has also awarded a full five-year initial accreditation of our Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program, through 2021.

FULL APPROVAL STATUS

The Nursing program maintains Full Approval Status from the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing.

First time pass rate exceeds state and national averages

Eighty-nine percent of our 2016 bachelor of science nursing graduates who took the licensure exam (NCLEX) passed on their first try. UMass Lowell's first time pass rate of 89 percent exceeds the state average of 83.6 percent and national average of 84.5 percent. We are proud of our graduates and wish them the best of luck in their nursing careers.

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