RN program now available at Newton DMACC campus
The students asked for it, and the administrators of the Newton DMACC Campus listened. Students can now complete the associate nursing degree program in Newton and become RNs. Previously, students could only do their first year in Newton and would have to transfer to another campus to finish.
Program Director/ Nursing Instructor Steve Orazem provided information on the addition.
“Newton is kind of on the eastern edge of DMACC’s district,” Orazem said. “We already have one in Ankeny, Boone, Urban campus and Carroll, but nothing on the eastern side of the district. This is a way of offering our whole nursing program, LPN and RN, on the eastern side of the district. (We’re helping) people not to have to commute and just making it more accessible to people.”
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