The St. Clair County Community College nursing program continues to be recognized throughout Michigan and the nation for its excellence in preparing students for careers in healthcare. The college recently was ranked one of the best in Michigan by RegisteredNursing.org, which is a nursing advocacy organization that analyzes past and present first-time National Council Licensure Examination-RN pass rates. The oldest nursing program at a community college in Michigan, SC4 moved up two spots to rank No. 8 of 60 two-and-four year institutions. Julie Armstrong, chief academic officer and vice president of academic services said, “This is wonderful news for the college, which has served as a Michigan leader in nursing for nearly 95 years,” “It illustrates the expertise of our faculty, the commitment of our students and the support of our community.” Additionally, college student Brittany Hart, of Yale, recently received the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society’s Spring 2018 Hurst Review National Council Licensure Examination Scholarship. She was one of just 22 students nationwide—and the only student in Michigan—to receive the honor.