On Monday, Greenville College announced that Jessica Evaul will be the director of Greenville College's new Nursing Partnerships Program.
The Nursing Partnerships Program gives students the opportunity to study at Greenville College for a few years before entering a fast track to a completed nursing degree at one of four schools: Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville, Saint Louis University, St. John's School of Nursing in Springfield, or Goldfarb School of Nursing.
“Nursing is a very big field right now,” said Evaul, “and it’s something that, up until now, Greenville has had no real part in.”
“The idea of the program is to bring students into Greenville College and allow them to experience the education that Greenville has to offer,” Evaul explained.
Located in Greenville, Ill., 45 miles east of St. Louis, Greenville University was founded in 1892 and has 1,100 students.
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