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Fortune names C-N online nursing program one of nation’s best

Construction continues on Carson-Newman’s Drama and Ted Russell Center, the future home of the University’s nursing program.

Carson-Newman University kicked off the new academic year with exciting news from Fortune Media Group.

Fortune names Carson-Newman as having one of the nation’s best online nursing programs. Carson-Newman ranked No. 38 in the country in the media organization’s “Best Online Master’s in Nursing (MSN) Programs” for 2022.

The announcement adds to the excitement building around the University’s nursing program. Carson-Newman broke ground last year on the Drama and Ted Russell Center, the future home of the University’s nursing program. The state-of-the-art facility consists of three levels spanning 48,000 square feet. The project includes additional classroom space, simulation labs, health assessment labs and general skills labs. To enhance the student experience, the building will feature a food service area, multiple student lounges, collaboration areas, as well as a covered outdoor terrace. Set to open in fall 2023, the facility is the first project launched as part of the University’s “Acorns to Oaks” 5-year strategic plan.

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