BUCKHANNON, West Virginia – West Virginia Wesleyan College School of Nursing’s passage rate on the West Virginia National Council Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX) stands at 90 percent for the Class of 2022, continuing a long tradition of high achievement for WVWC Bachelors of Science in Nursing graduates.
The NCLEX is a standardized test that every state regulatory board used to determine if a candidate is ready to become licensed as an entry-level nurse. WVWC’s School of Nursing graduated 21 in the BSN Program for the Class of 2022.
WVWC’s School of Nursing received $1 million through West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice’s Nursing Workforce Expansion Program, which is designed to address the state’s nursing shortage through a multifaceted approach to attract, train, and retain nurses in the Mountain State.
The School of Nursing has created a Nursing Advantage Program and invested in state-of-the-art equipment to improve student experiences including technology, lab equipment, and transportation to clinical sites. The investment also directly benefited up to 60 pre-nursing majors who enrolled in WVWC for fall 2022.
Wesleyan’s BSN program is fully approved by the West Virginia Board of Examiners for Registered Nurses.
To learn more about the Nursing Advantage Program, visit www.wvwc.edu.