(WAUSAU, Wis.) – Northcentral Technical College (NTC) is proud to announce an exceptional achievement by its nursing students, who attained a remarkable 99% pass rate on the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX). This outstanding achievement underscores the high quality of education and training provided by NTC’s nursing program.

“I am thrilled to see our nursing students achieve such an outstanding pass rate on the NCLEX,” said Dr. Angela Roesler, Dean of Health and Community Services. “This accomplishment highlights the dedication and perseverance of our students, as well as the exceptional support and education provided by our faculty and staff. At NTC, we are committed to cultivating a learning environment that not only meets but exceeds the standards of healthcare education.”

The NCLEX is a national exam nursing graduates are required to pass in order to become a licensed nurse. NTC’s nursing program combines rigorous academic coursework with extensive hands-on clinical experience, preparing students to excel in their careers.

"As a faculty member at NTC, I am incredibly proud of our nursing students’ exceptional performance on the NCLEX,” said Dr. Valerie Palarski, nursing faculty at NTC. “This achievement is a testament to their hard work and dedication, as well as the high-quality education and training provided by our program. Our success reflects our commitment to excellence and our role in preparing the next generation of healthcare professionals. This is significant not just for our students, but for the entire community, as it ensures we continue to deliver highly skilled and compassionate nurses into the workforce.”

NTC’s nursing program is dedicated to fostering a learning environment that promotes academic excellence, critical thinking and compassionate patient care. The comprehensive curriculum, state-of-the-art facilities and experienced faculty play pivotal roles in ensuring students are well-prepared for the demands of the healthcare field.

For more information about NTC’s nursing program, visit: Nursing Associate Degree