Student Health 101 is an online magazine with health information for college students. The Mount Carmel College of Nursing Edition features information related to our campus, as well as topics related to a variety of college health issues. Some common topics include:

  • Stress management
  • Academic performance
  • Alcohol and other drugs
  • Sexual health and responsibility
  • Body image
  • Eating well and working out
  • Mental health
  • Sleep habits
  • Sexual assault prevention
  • Tobacco cessation
  • Healthy relationships
  • Money management
  • And much more…

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MCCN celebrated a wonderful Commencement weekend on May 8 and 9 at Grove City Church of the Nazarene. Festivities began with the traditional Pinning and Recognition Ceremony for graduates on Friday, May 8. On Saturday, May 9, MCCN held its annual Commencement, The 253 graduates enjoyed listening to Melanie Dreher, PhD, RN, chair of the board of trustees for Trinity Health, parent organization of Mount Carmel Health System, as the Commencement speaker.

You can check out photos from Pinning here and Commencement here.

Second Degree Accelerated Program (SDAP) students at Mount Carmel College of Nursing will receive their Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree this month after a year of hard work and learning. The SDAP program is a unique 13-month program designed for individuals who previously acquired a bachelor’s degree and desire a future career in nursing. The graduates are the eighth SDAP class to graduate from MCCN and will finish with a retention rate of 93%.

MCCN celebrated a wonderful Commencement weekend on May 8 and 9 at Grove City Church of the Nazarene.

Festivities began with the traditional Pinning and Recognition Ceremony for graduates on Friday, May 8. The tradition of presenting pins to nursing graduates dates back to 1860, when Florence Nightingale wanted graduates of the first professional nursing program in London to stand out and be respected, so she designed a pin for graduates to wear on their uniforms. By 1916, awarding pins became a common practice for all nursing graduates in North America and the United Kingdom. Today each nursing institution awards their own uniquely designed pin, which is awarded by faculty to new graduates, symbolizing entry into the field of nursing.

On January 29, Rho Omicron Chapter of STTI will be hosting a lunch and learn at noon in the College Lounge.

MCCN graduate Tiffany Wenter will present about about Health Policy.

Sophomore Pinning is an annual tradition symbolizing a rite of passage—a milestone that marks a student’s academic achievement and commissions them to undertake the privilege of caring for patients. In the past, this ceremony was the first official donning of the Mount Carmel uniform and student nurse cap. Although students no longer receive and wear caps, the modern ceremony maintains the same spirit, celebrating the ministry of caring and service that these aspiring nurses now undertake.

On December 19, a few MCCN elves had the pleasure of delivering gifts to Avondale Elementary School. The children were extremely grateful for their gifts and enjoyed spending time with our students and staff. Tis the season!