Associate Degree in Nursing

The Ohio Board of Nursing has approved Kent State University’s associate degree in nursing program offered at four Kent State campuses – Ashtabula, East Liverpool and Tuscarawas and the Regional Academic Center at Twinsburg. The mission of the Ohio Board of Nursing is to safeguard the health of the public through effective regulation of nursing care. The approval, which was announced on July 26 and will span five years, indicates that Kent State’s associate degree in nursing program is in full compliance with the rules of the Ohio Board of Nursing. Kent State’s associate degree in nursing p...

Students from the associate degree in nursing (ADN) program at Kent State University at East Liverpool recently performed 113 blood pressures in three hours as part of Southern Local High School’s District Showcase, an annual community-wide festival that provides educational information to the public. In addition, numerous fundraisers for various school events took place. Junior ADN student Patty Exline, whose son attends the school, said nursing students who participate in such community activities refine their skills and grow as a care giver. “Students give blood pressure while educating ...