The Foundation for Nursing Excellence is supporting the expansion of the RIBN model in five additional regions across North Carolina with the goal of each region admitting its first cohort of RIBN students in Fall 2012.
The Foundation for Nursing Excellence is excited to announce that the RIBN video has been published and is now available for all to watch.
FILLING THE NURSING GAP
Created to increase the number of prepared nurses in North Carolina, the RIBN program is a partnership between community colleges and universities... more»
The Foundation for Nursing Excellence is excited to share the Business Case Analysis and Economic Impact Executive Summary and Recommendations... more»
What made you choose RIBN? The reason I chose to join the RIBN program was because of the awesome benefits that the RIBN program offers. My dream school was Lenoir-Rhyne, but I did not have the money to go there full time. The RIBN program gave me the opportunity to graduate as a Lenoir-Rhyne Bear and not have the debt that I would have had if I would have gone there full-time. more»
HICKORY RIBN PUBLISHES QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER, ISSUE NO. 2
(OCTOBER, 2016) Hickory RIBN quarterly publishes a newsletter to keep practice partners, current and future RIBN students, faculty, staff and community members informed about the RIBN program at Lenoir-Rhyne University. The current issue highlights students' community service involvement and 100% NCLEX pass rate in May 2016. Click Here to read the full issue.
NC PIEDMONT holds FIRST RIBN COHORT INDUCTION CEREMONY at NC A&T
(AUGUST, 2016) NC Piedmont, a partnership between North Carolina Agricultural & Technical (NCA&T) University, The College of Davidson and Davie Counties, Guilford Technical Community College and Vance-Granville Community College, held it's first RIBN Induction Ceremony on August 8, 2016 at NCA&T. Incoming students are pictured with administrators from the four partnered educational institutions. Click Here to view the NCP 2016 Induction Ceremony photo gallery. (Photos are courtesy of Vance-Granville Community College.)
EAST-the magazine of east carolina university features ribn graduate, caleb woolard
(AUGUST, 2016) ECU program helps boost nursing workforce. “Research relates improved patient outcomes with nurses who have the four-year baccalaureate degree or higher," said Sylvia Brown, dean of the ECU College of Nursing. Click here to read the full article.