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For application admission starting fall 2018, you must complete a TEAS test with a score of 65% or greater to qualify for admission in the nursing program.
Admission to pre-nursing major does not guarantee admission to the nursing program. Pre-requisite courses must be completed prior to the start of the nursing program.
Dr. Karen Landry of Texarkana, Texas, has been named chair of the Department of Nursing at Southern Arkansas University. In making the announcement Wednesday, Dr. David Lanoue, provost and vice president for academic affairs, said, “We are delighted that Dr. Landry has chosen to come to SAU. She has a wealth of experience as a... Read Mor […]
Tara Almand, assistant professor of nursing at Southern Arkansas University, was selected to the state’s 40 Nurse Leaders Under 40 list, which honors emerging nursing leaders in Arkansas who are younger than 40 years old. More than 80 nurses were nominated from across the state. The 40 honorees were selected based on commitment to […]
When three Southern Arkansas University nursing students started organizing next week’s stem cell registry drive more than three months ago, they were not aware that a member of the Mulerider family is one of more than 1,400 whose life could be saved. The stem cell/bone marrow registry drive is scheduled for 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. on... Read Mor […]
Morgan Layssard, a senior from Bradley, Ark., said she is following her dream of helping people “at their best and worst times” by receiving a nursing degree from Southern Arkansas University. Her recent election as District 1 director of the Arkansas Nursing Students’ Association will surely rank as a highlight of her academic […]