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Frequently Asked Questions


Tracks to Bachelor of Science in Nursing:

Graduate programs:

Graduate Certificate program:

Graduate Certificate in Forensic Health Care


  • The first class of 44 BSN students was admitted in July 2008. To date, the college has graduated more than 900 highly-qualified bachelor's and master's prepared nurses
  • The college repeatedly boasts a 99 percent first-time pass rate on the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX)
  • First-time passing rates on certification board exams for graduates of the Family Nurse Practitioner degree program are significantly above the national average

Faculty & Teaching

  • A faculty to student ratio of 1:10 enhances student learning
  • State-of-the-art facilities and technology for clinical teaching, including the Clinical Learning Resource Center, a 24,000 square-foot simulated health care environment equipped with the latest tools and technology, enhance student learning
  • Agreements with more than 300 clinical sites provide real-world practice for students in hospital and clinical settings
  • Interdisciplinary education allows students from different health professions to practice working together and develop appropriate role expectations, respect and teamwork
  • Disaster Day, which was created by the College of Nursing, offers hands-on training in disaster response
  • The college is recognized as a Center of Excellence in Nursing Education by the National League for Nursing

Initiatives & Outreach

  • Students, faculty and staff volunteer in a variety of community-based programs in Bryan and Round Rock, including The Texas A&M University System flu clinics; the Bryan/College Station Marathon; The Big Event, an annual Texas A&M University student-led service project; local health fairs and other charitable events.
  • A Matter of Balance, a student-led program designed to reduce the fear of falling and increase activity levels among older adults. During the eight-week program, students teach strength training exercises two hours per week to aging adults throughout the Brazos Valley.