Lee University seeks to start nursing program

Lee University seeks to start nursing program


CLEVELAND (AP) - Lee University in Cleveland wants to start a four-year nursing program.

Lee President Paul Conn said Thursday there are a lot of steps to take toward making the program a reality.

The Cleveland Daily Banner reported Lee hopes to have the program available for students in the fall of 2014.

Lee Chief Academic Officer Dr. Carolyn Dirksen has begun a national search for a director of nursing, who will be hired within the next few months.

Lee has grown to become 1 of the largest Christian private schools in Tennessee and the largest in the Appalachian College Association.

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