how much do adjunct nursing professors make

(Photo: John Terhune/Journal & Courier)Buy Photo 228 CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENTEMAILMORE RENSSELAER, Ind. — The partnership between St. Elizabeth School of Nursing rn teaching jobs and Saint Joseph's College could soon come to an end as the college's future remains unclear. After Saint Joseph's abrupt decision two weeks ago to temporarily suspend operations come May, questions regarding its ability to remain an accredited institution during the suspension are still unanswered, as previously reported by the Journal & Courier. Whether the college will be able to fix its finances and reopen is also up in the air. Spencer Conroy, vice president for business affairs, this past week wrote in a layoff notice to the state  that although leaders hope the suspension is temporary, it's "expected to be permanent in nature." Still, the college has said that it will keep the nursing program in Lafayette active during the suspension because it is located off campus. Saint Joseph's and the St. Elizabeth School of Nursing have held a cooperative nursing program since 2004. The partnership with the college is essential because it allows students to earn a bachelor's of science from Saint Joseph's, along with a diploma in nursing from St. Elizabeth.

For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.jconline.com/story/news/college/2017/02/19/st-e-nursing-school-could-cut-ties-st-joes/97959302/

You may also be interested to read