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W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing News

NJLN Funding Supports Advanced Nursing Degree Education and Healthcare Delivery to Underserved Populations

Thomas Edison State University’s W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing staff got the opportunity to show their empathy and support for nurses at St. Francis Medical Center on May 8 with a food delivery.

James Kerney Foundation Grant Supports an Innovative Patient Home Care Simulation Room for Nursing Students

Trenton Fire Department ‘Ride-Alongs’ Provide Valuable Experience to Aspiring RNs

Fifth graduating cohort to achieve 100 percent since program launch in 2011

Only Public Institution in New Jersey to Earn 100% Pass Rate on NCLEX-RN in 2017

Scheduled to take office on March 5 as President of New Jersey’s Only Institution Dedicated Exclusively to Adults.

The grant will help enhance the University by expanding the offerings and quality of nursing programs offered to students by the W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing.

Thomas Edison State University has recently unveiled building signage designating Glen Cairn Hall as George A. Pruitt Hall.

The agreement will allow eligible Cumberland County College RN students direct entry into the W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing at Thomas Edison State University.

Played Critical Role Transforming Institution and Helping to Shape Public Policy

Focuses on Importance of Keeping Accreditation an Independent, Peer-Reviewed Process

What was Called a “Fad” Redefined Degree Completion in New Jersey and Around the World

Dual Enrollment “3 +1” Program Will Prepare Nursing Students Graduate-level Study

Thomas Edison's 44th Commencement is its First as a University

New Home of W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing Transforms Key Gateway to Downtown Trenton

Gets Preview of Trenton’s Newest Landmark

Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Prepares RNs for Executive Leadership

Thomas Edison State College, New Jersey’s only institution dedicated exclusively to serving adult students, is now Thomas Edison State University.

More than 500 graduates participate in annual ceremony at Sun National Bank Center

Thomas Edison State University mourns the loss of Dr. Arnold Fletcher, the institution’s first vice president, who passed away at his home at White Horse Village in N...

NCIN Scholar Chayna Hardy-Taylor Pursues a Passion for Patient Care Via Nursing

Thomas Edison State University’s Upsilon Rho Chapter of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, recently made a $500 charitable donation to The Children’s Home Society of New Jersey (CHSofNJ).

Finish in Four Program Creates Four-Year Pathway to Earning BSN

Board of Trustees Passes Resolution Authorizing College to Begin University Process

Vi-Anne Antrum, DNP

"I was able to understand and build on the foundation that I already had to be able to serve people better."

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