Liberty nursing professor was among first class of BSN graduates 30 years ago

Liberty University’s School of Nursing is the largest nursing program in Virginia, but just like the rest of the university as a whole, its early years were characterized by small class sizes and a commitment to Christ-centered education that continues today. In 1991, 32 Liberty students earned the university’s first Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degrees, and current professor Cindy Drohn has been able to experience both the past and present of the program as a member of that inaugural class and a professor today.


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