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Eligibility Requirements for Schools within a System


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Eligibility Requirements for Systems

The applicant must encompass more than one educational
setting comprised of a single governing authority who
serves as the lead nursing educational administrator (LNEA).
This individual is ultimately responsible for sustaining the
standards of nursing and education practices.

Applicants applying as a system must meet each of the following requirements in addition to the requirements for individual programs.

  • There must be one organizational mission, vision, and set of values for the entire system.
  • There must be one governing board for the entire system.
  • There must be one lead nursing educational administrator for the entire system.
  • Each component entity shall have a designated RN educational leader.
  • There must be an integrated nursing education curriculum serving the entire system.
  • The same policies and procedures must be used throughout the system.
  • The same systematic evaluation plan must exist throughout the entire system.
A single application will be submitted for the system that addresses all criteria as required.

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