WCUI’s statement on ending social injustice and systemic racism.
A huge congratulations are in order for the WCUI Smith Library! WCUI School of Medical Imaging and Nursing has received a Lift Every Voice programming grant for the WCUI Smith campus libraries from the Library of America. This award has been made possible with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Andrew W. […]
WCUI is hosting another LIVE webinar and CME opportunity on Friday, May 15th, 2020 at 12:00 pm AZT. This webinar is designed to develop the technical and cognitive skills required to perform venous insufficiency ultrasound evaluations and/or for assisting patients with treatment/disease management. This CME course is approved by SDMS for 1.50 SDMS credits and Registration is FREE!
WCUI School of Medical Imaging and Nursing is thrilled to announce the promotion of Laurie Bentson, MHA, RDMS, RVT, to the newly created position of Lab Director for the Phoenix, Arizona campus. Laurie will be continuing to restructure lab environments to mirror clinical spaces and maximize learning opportunities.
April 19 – 25th marks National Library Week and to celebrate we want to remind you of the resources available to our students. Although we miss having you gather in the library, classrooms, and student lounges to study, WCUI still has resources accessible to you online to help you further your education.
WCUI is hosting a LIVE webinar and CME* opportunity with John Lampignano on Thursday, April 16th, 2020 at 4:00 pm AZT. The webinar will cover brain cross-sectional anatomy and is a great opportunity for MRI Alumni in need of registry review and Diagnostic Medical Sonography Alumni who are interested in pursuing the pediatric registry exam.
The current California NCLEX Pass Rates at our Ontario campus is 89.47% and 86.67% at our Los Angeles campus! We are so proud of our nursing students and all the hard work they put into their education to be the best nurses they can be. If you have ever considered a career as a nurse, now is the time to start. Our WCUI Vocational Nursing program is now available online through the COVID-19 crisis so you can pursue a nursing career while you stay safe at home.
With the way technology has advanced in the last decade, there are so many ways for you to still feel close to your loved ones and our world during this time. Take this time to explore aquariums, national parks, and zoos, learn more about your field, or connect with your friends and family for a dance party or game night!
With the presence of the coronavirus during peak flu season, we want to provide education on the best means of protection through good hygiene. At WCUI, the health and safety of our students, staff, and faculty is crucial and we hope to keep everyone protected by sharing education and tips on effective protection methods.
In 2013, 23.6% of the nursing population identified as black or African-American, amounting to the second-largest racial/ethnic population in the nursing community. And about 279,600 RNs and 162,800 LPN/LVNs identified as black or African-American. Thanks to the trailblazers who have fought against discrimination and supported an equal-opportunity for women and men of all colors to […]