Southern Union State Community College (SUSCC) has announced that its Associate in Nursing (ADN) degree program will be offered during evenings on the Opelika campus beginning in Fall Semester of 2022.
The evening program option is designed to meet the needs of students who wish to pursue an ADN, but are unable to attend classes during the day. Program requirements (class, lab, & clinical) will be scheduled weekdays after 3:00pm CST and occasionally on weekends.
The evening program will maintain the same quality curriculum and clinical components, as well as faculty and administrative support as the traditional ADN degree program. Admission requirements, program components and curriculum are the same as the weekday program.
“Southern Union is dedicated to ensuring accessibility to the nursing program to everyone who has a desire to commit to the profession,” said Rhonda Davis, dean of health sciences at SUSCC. “Our goal has always been to produce quality healthcare professionals who will make a significant, positive impact on their communities. This will just open more opportunity for those who want to follow this career path. Increasing the number of nurses is vitally important to our surrounding healthcare providers.”
Online applications for the evening nursing program are being accepted through June 10. Classes begin in August. For more information about the evening nursing program, email firstname.lastname@example.org.