In an exceptional display of dedication and commitment, the UNC School of Nursing proudly announces that 100% of its 101 May BSN graduates have successfully passed the Next Generation NCLEX (NGN) Examination. This achievement is a testament to the hard work and collaboration between the outstanding students, devoted faculty, and Associate Dean Lousie Fleming, PhD, MSN-ED, RN, and Undergraduate Lead Faculty Jennifer Alderman, PhD, MSN, RN, CNL, CNE, CHSE.
Introduced by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing on April 1, 2023, the NGN marks a significant advancement in the evaluation of nursing candidates. Designed to reflect the evolving complexities of the healthcare landscape, the NGN places a strong emphasis on assessing students’ clinical judgment skills.
“This excellent outcome is the result of the hard work of our faculty and our graduates who took advantage of the supports in place to help them succeed! We are so proud of our graduates and excited for them to enter the nursing workforce where they will make a positive impact on patient care!”Jennifer Alderman
Alderman’s guidance and leadership played a pivotal role in ensuring that students and faculty were fully prepared for the challenges presented by the NGN. This accomplishment was the result of a multifaceted approach, including intensive training sessions, comprehensive planning guides, and a steadfast commitment to maintaining an environment of excellence.