CNR Women's Volleyball Legacy Continues With Fifth Straight Championship!

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December 18 is Transfer Day

Visit us on Transfer Day, and we will waive your application fee and provide an on-the-spot decision!

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NCLEX Passing Rate Reaches All-Time High!

92.4% of students who took the nursing licensure test passed it on the first time.

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Nursing Students Certify in Mental Health First Aid

On Saturday, December 2, 34 CNR nursing students added their names to the growing list of “Mental Health First Aiders” trained to respond to mental health and substance use crises.


CNR to Partner with Doyle Regarding Ansel Adams Museum Set

CNR is partnering with Doyle auctioneers to find a new home for the College’s Ansel Adams Museum Set, which will allow the public to have greater access to enjoy this unique collection of photographs by the noted artist. Spanning Adams’ entire career, the set of 75 images includes all of the artist’s best-known work. The set was donated to CNR in 2012 by Caryl Horwitz, a former faculty member at CNR.

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