nursing students and instructorThe UWindsor nursing program received the maximum seven-year term accreditation.

Accreditation confirms quality of nursing programs

Accreditation by the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing is a testament to the continued quality of the UWindsor BScN program and its faculty, students and graduates, says dean Linda Patrick.

The association issued the maximum seven-year term accreditation for the UWindsor educational unit, as well as its collaborative BScN program with Lambton and St. Clair colleges.

“Thank you to everyone who worked so hard to ensure the accreditation process was a success,” Dr. Patrick said in a message to instructors, students and staff. “We can now celebrate this huge achievement.”

The Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing is the national accrediting body for nursing education in Canada. It promotes the process as an objective method to assess professional education programs.

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