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Congrats, Nursing Class of Fall 2020

Tuesday, January 5, 2021 Congratulations to the Nursing Class of fall 2020. A total of 38 students graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN program) and participated in a virtual pinning ceremony on Tuesday, December 8, 2020. An additional 97 students also graduated with an Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN); […]

Valencia Celebrates Completion of Nursing Degrees,...

Nationally and regionally, there is a shortage of qualified registered nurses, and economic projections predict significant job growth in the occupation in Central Florida. To help meet these demands, Valencia College celebrated 147 nursing students during two ceremonies held on Wednesday, December 11, 2019 — the Inaugural RN to BSN White Coat Pinning Ceremony held […]

Students Celebrated During Summer 2019 Nurse Pinning Cere...

On Tuesday, July 30, 2019, 68 Valencia College students celebrated completion of their Nursing Associate in Science degree during a Pinning Ceremony at Olympia High School — signaling their entry into the healthcare field and commitment to serving others. A total of 48 of these graduates completed the traditional A.S. track and 20 completed the […]

Students Celebrated During Spring 2019 Nurse Pinning Cere...

According to the Florida Center for Nursing, forecasts show that Florida will face a shortage of registered nurses by 2025 that is capable of crippling our healthcare system and reducing access to care for Floridians. With this shortage, Valencia College plays a critical role in meeting Central Florida’s healthcare needs by training future nurses. On […]

Valencia Celebrates 78 Students at Nurse Pinning Ceremony

With the demand for Central Florida nurses continuing to rise, Valencia plays an essential role in meeting our community’s healthcare needs, which is why each term’s Nurse Pinning Ceremony is such a huge success. It not only celebrates each individual student’s personal accomplishment, but also Valencia’s contribution to community and workforce needs. On Wednesday, December […]

Valencia Celebrates 80 Students at Nurse Pinning Ceremony

According to Florida’s Department of Economic Opportunity, between 2017 and 2025 the demand for licensed practical nurses in Central Florida will increase by 26 percent, and the demand for registered nurses will increase by 22 percent. Valencia is helping to fill this need by training our future nurses. In fact, on Tuesday, July 31, 2018, […]

Valencia Celebrates 48 Students at Nurse Pinning Ceremony

Congratulations to the 48 Valencia students who will soon complete the Nursing Associate in Science degree. Coming up this Wednesday, December 13, 2017, 38 traditional students and 10 accelerated track students will be pinned at a nurse pinning ceremony at Olympia High School. Historically, nurse pinning ceremonies are a symbolic way of recognizing new graduates into […]

77 Students Celebrated at Nurse Pinning Ceremony

Congratulations to Valencia students who completed the Nursing Associate in Science Degree. On Tuesday, August 2, 2016, 59 traditional students and 18 advanced standing students from summer term 2016 were pinned at a nurse pinning ceremony at Olympia High School. Valencia is proud of each and every graduate who has exhibited the drive to complete […]

75 Students Celebrated at Nurse Pinning Ceremony

Congratulations to Valencia students who completed the Nursing Associate in Science Degree. Sixty traditional students and 15 advanced standing students from fall term 2015 were pinned at a nurse pinning ceremony at Olympia High School on Wednesday, December 16, 2015, at 6 p.m. To view a printed program, click the button below. And if you […]

Nurse Pinning Welcomes 74 to the Profession

A nurse pinning ceremony recognizing the August 2015 graduating class of students who completed requirements for the Associate in Science degree in nursing was held on Wednesday, August 5, 2015, at 6 p.m., at Olympia High School Auditorium in Orlando. Traditional students who graduated totaled 59, while there were 15 advanced standing students. Participating on the program […]