NOC Tonkawa nurses pinning set for April 30

Ponca City Now - April 21, 2016 11:41 am

The Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa Nursing Class of 2016 will receive their nursing pins from family members or friends in a special pinning ceremony to be held in the Kinzer Performing Arts Center on the Tonkawa campus at noon Saturday, April 30. The distinctive pins signify completion of their Registered Nurses’ education at Northern.

Marriya Wright, MSN, RN will be the guest speaker for the occasion, and Allyssa Belair, graduating nurse from Ponca City, will address the group. Following the ceremony, a reception and slide show presentation, open to the public, will take place in the Renfro Center.

The Student Spirit of Nursing Award will be given to the student who because of his or her knowledge, attitude and leadership embodies the best example of a nurse. Selection of the recipient is made by secret ballot of the class. The annual Faculty Spirit of Nursing Award, determined by secret ballot of the faculty, will be presented to the student exhibiting outstanding qualities of leadership, attitude, caring, intelligence and knowledge.

The Northern Oklahoma College Nursing Program is fully accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Education in Nursing and by the Oklahoma Board of Nursing.


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