Clarkson College alumna Carla Dirkschneider, M.S., RHIA, strives to live life according to the Napoleon Hill quote, “If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way.”
A total of 28 participants—Dr. Witte included—and four instructors from Kinetacore gathered in the second floor PTA Lab to complete the two-day training.
Effective Jan. 1, Jina Paul, Clarkson College Marketing Director of seven years, assumed the Vice President of Operations position. Ms. Paul transitioned into this role with more than 12 years of leadership experience.
U.S. News & World Report ranked Clarkson College 39th out of 147 eligible institutions in the nation in the category of 2017 Best Online Graduate Nursing Programs, making it the top ranked program of its kind in Nebraska.
Proud graduates received their diplomas on Saturday, December 10. Here is a complete list of our 2016 Fall Graduates.
Community for Accredited Online Schools, an organization dedicated to helping college-bound students find high-quality, accredited online schools, released its annual ranking for the 2016-2017 school year and recognized Clarkson College as offering the No. 1 Best Radiologic Technology program and the No. 8 Best Physical Therapist Assistant program in the nation.
Affordable Colleges Online, a leading resource for online learning and college affordability information, ranked Clarkson College No. 28 in the nation in the category of Best Online Nurse Practitioner Programs for 2016-2017.
Affordable Colleges Online, a leading resource for online learning and college affordability information, ranked Clarkson College No. 3 in Nebraska for return on investment of a college education and 6th in the category of Best Online Colleges in Nebraska for 2016-2017. This is the second year in a row the College received recognition in these categories.
Today, Clarkson College became one of just three higher education institutions in the nation to offer a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapist Assistant for certified, practicing clinicians who hold a PTA associate’s degree. Learn more.
Clarkson College ranked fourth among the top 10 online Health Informatics Bachelor's degree programs in the U.S. by Health Informatics Degree Center. The ranking was published on the organization's website in September.
The Best Master’s Degrees ranked the Clarkson College online Master’s degree in Nursing Health Care Administration (NHCA) program 14th in the nation out of 96 accredited schools in the category of the most affordable online MSN in Nursing Leadership programs.
Online Colleges ranked the Clarkson College Master’s degree in Health Care Administration (MHA) program fourth in the nation in the category of Best Online Colleges for Healthcare Administration and the Bachelor’s degree in Medical Imaging sixth in the nation in the category of Best Online Colleges for Radiologic Sciences.
Top Master’s in Healthcare Administration ranked Clarkson College 18th in the nation in the category of 20 Best Online Master’s in Health Administration (MHA) Degree Programs.
Best Colleges ranked Clarkson College 22nd in the nation and as the only higher education institution in Nebraska on its Best Accredited Online Bachelor’s Degree Colleges of 2016 list.
Proud graduates received their diplomas on Saturday, April 30. Here is a complete list of our 2016 Spring Graduates.
Affordable Colleges (AC) Online, a leading education and industry resource for online education information, ranked Clarkson College 3rd in the category of Best Online Master’s in Health Administration degrees for 2015-2016.
Affordable Colleges (AC) Online, a leading education and industry resource for online education information, ranked Clarkson College 3rd in the category of Best Online Master’s degrees in Nursing for 2015-2016.
Many have experienced it. You’re driving along the road when, suddenly, you witness an accident and face the decision of stopping or continuing on. For some, making the choice is tough; for a carful of Clarkson College Nursing students, there was no time for deliberation.
The Clarkson College Board of Directors has approved a leadership transition plan to uphold the institution’s longstanding reputation and success.
Clinical competency requirements will no longer be sufficient for technologists seeking post-primary certification. Beginning Jan. 1, 2016, the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) will also require technologists to complete 16 hours of “structured education” prior to sitting for their certification exam.