CCC’s Nursing Program Brings Back Top Honors

2014-03-31 | Press Release from Coahoma Community College Public Relations - Brittany Davis, Assistant Director; (662) 621-4061 - bdavis@coahomacc.eduBookmark and Share


CCC received the prestigious Magnolia Award given each year to the school with the high percentage of faculty membership. Pictured from left to right are Gloria Green-Morris, (standing) Debbie Wilson, Lorean Willlingham, ADN Program Director; Jacquelyn Brownlow and Charles Smith.

CLARKSDALE – Coahoma Community College’s Associate Degree Nursing program was well received, bringing home top honors from the MS Organization of Associate Degree Nursing (M-OADN) and MS Organization of Student Nurses (MOSA) conference hosted March 27-28 in Vicksburg.

During the conferences, CCC ADN Instructor Dr. Jackie Brownlow was recognized as Nurse Educator of the Year and ADN Instructor Debbie Wilson received the Faculty Development Scholarship.

CCC received the prestigious Magnolia Award given each year to the school with the high percentage of faculty membership. CCC ADN students were also recognized as Most Creative for their t-shirt designs.

“I am very proud of the recognition that the CCC Associate Degree Nursing Program received at the MOADN/MOSA convention this year,” said CCC’s Vice President of Health Sciences Martha Catlette. “These honors are a reflection of the excellent quality of the CCC ADN program’s faculty and students.”

M-OADN is a state organization designed to help promote and support Associate Degree in Nursing programs as a affordable option for Mississippians interested in pursuing the nursing field.

MOSA, the student organization, strives to uphold the goals and aims of the National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing, specifically to maintain eligibility for RN licensure for graduates of Associate Degree Nursing programs.