Courtesy Photo Graduates of the Anchorage Associate Degree Nursing Program in Ketchikan received their pins in a traditional pinning ceremony Friday, Dec., 7.
The program, administered by the University of Alaska Anchorage School of Nursing, has expanded to include 12 sites across Alaska. Clinical support sites included Ketchikan General Hospital, Callisto Pediatric Clinic, Community Connections, Gateway Center for Human Services, Ketchikan Public Health Center, and Providence Hospital in Anchorage.
The University of Alaska Southeast Ketchikan Campus is a part of the University of Alaska statewide system and provides a wide variety of educational courses and programs both locally and to students in distance sites across the state. Many course offerings are available both locally and via distance avenues including web-based and audio conference. Through these courses, students can achieve certifications, associate, bachelor and master degrees.