Vol State nursing

Nursing Program Start-Up Donation Announced

Pictured left to right: Karen Mitchell, executive director of the College Foundation; Susan Peach, market president, HighPoint Health System, and chief executive officer, Sumner Regional Medical Center; Linda Gibson, Vol State dean of Nursing; and Jerry Faulkner, Vol State president.

Sumner Regional Medical Center is the first of the area hospitals to commit support to the new Volunteer State Community College Nursing program, with a donation of $50,000. Vol State is taking the final steps to gain full approval for the new program. When final approval is received there will be an announcement about specifics.

Vol State Nursing Application Now Available

Vol State Nursing AAS students in the lab in Gallatin.

The application for the next group of students for the Vol State Nursing program is now available. Selected students will begin classes in the Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S) degree program in late May. It prepares students to apply to sit for licensure as a Registered Nurse. All general education, science, and elective courses required must be complete or in progress at the time of application, with a minimum GPA of 3.3. The students most likely to be ready to apply for the A.A.S. Nursing program will be Pre-Nursing students at Vol State and other colleges.