Congrats to Collin College on Nursing Degree

Collin County medical offices can’t wait for new nurses to start graduating from Collin College. Congrats on the new degrees being offered locally. Nursing students will be able to learn locally and save money while earning their degree.

Thanks to Collin College and Texas Legislature for making it happen

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Collin College Nursing Department
972-548-6772 Office
972-548-6722 Fax

Donna Hatch, MSN, RN
Dean of Nursing

Beth Kasprisin, MSN, APRN
Director of Nursing

Lisa Zachmann
Assistant to the Dean
Cathleen Rangel
Retention Recruiter Nursing
972-548-6583
crangel@collin.edu

Diana Kollman
Administrative Assistant

The Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) formerly known as National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission has granted continued re-accreditation to the Nursing program for the past eight years.
Please click here for more information www.acenursing.org
National League for Nursing
http://www.nln.org

Texas Board of Nursing
www.bon.state.tx.us

About Brian Bearden

The mission of Collin County Magazine is to connect the cities of Allen, Frisco, McKinney and Plano along with the surrounding areas in Collin County as it grows from a small farming community into one of the fastest-growing regions in the United States. Our goal is to help local charities and non-profits get their message out. We also offer inexpensive but effective advertising solutions if you want to reach your active, engaged neighbors.
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