Nursing

The Health Sciences Division of Snead State Community College offers students the opportunity to earn an Associate degree in Nursing (RN). Graduates of the curriculum are eligible to apply and take the Registered Nurse licensure exam (NCLEX). 

The nursing program's 2017 graduates achieved a 97.6 percent passing rate on the NCLEX exam for RN licensure.


Employment for Registered Nurses is projected to grow 16% from 2014-2024. RNs work in hospitals, physicians' offices, home healthcare services, correctional facilities, schools and the military. The earning potential for RNs is approximately $56,900 annually.

Please visit the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook for more information about a career in this field: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/Healthcare/Registered-nurses.htm.

Need more information?

Dee McClellan
Health Science Division Director
Office: 102 Aderholt Health Science Building
Phone: (256) 840-4187
E-mail: dmcclellan@snead.edu