Lake Mary, FL – Patrick Craven, director of the Center for Cyber Safety and Education, formerly the (ISC)² Foundation, has joined the Cyber and Network Security Program Advisory Council at ECPI University’s Lake Mary campus. Every ECPI University campus maintains a group of local advisors who meet twice yearly to review curriculum and make recommendations. This helps the University to ensure that all of its programs meet the precise needs of the employers that hire its graduates.
First Classes Begin April 1
Greenville, SC – ECPI University is pleased to announce it has been approved by the South Carolina Board of Nursing to expand its Greenville campus’ nursing program to include an Associate Degree of Nursing (RN). Already one of the nation’s largest educators of nurses, ECPI University is offering this program to address South Carolina’s looming nursing shortage.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ National Center for Health Workforce Analysis for 2014-2030 projects that seven states will have nurse shortages by 2030, with South Carolina being one of four states projected to have shortages of more than 10,000 nurses. “Employers across the state are utilizing creative methods to entice nurses to work for them,” says ECPI University Greenville Campus Director of Nursing Patti Wentz. “And many shifts go uncovered every day. We see this opportunity as one that will positively impact the local shortage of registered nurses and support the healthcare community in hiring qualified candidates to work in their facilities.”
Summerville Native Looks to Help More Students Prepare for Careers in Business
North Charleston, SC – ECPI University is proud to announce that business student Javon Talley has been elected Vice-President of South Carolina Phi Beta Lambda for 2019. “His hard work and perseverance has paid off as he embarks on a mission to expand participation in Phi Beta Lambda, not only at the Charleston campus, but also at each university in the state of South Carolina,” says Charleston Campus Director of Academic Affairs Ronald Neil.
Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is the largest career student business organization in the world, helping more than 230,000 members each year prepare for careers in business. PBL inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences.
Virginia College / Brightwood Transfer Program
ECPI University’s academic administration will provide transfer assessments for certain VC and Brightwood (“VC”) programs to ECPI University degrees with a goal to minimize completion time. Candidates who meet our entrance/admissions requirements, complete a no obligation trial period, and meet the 25% residency requirements, would be eligible to graduate with an ECPI University degree. Learn more here!
Technology Offers Convenience, Authenticity, and Security
Virginia Beach, VA – ECPI University has launched an exciting new service for its students, issuing degrees digitally on the Blockchain, becoming one of the first universities to do so. Graduates no longer need to contact the registrar’s office to have a verifiable degree sent to a prospective employer or for any other purpose.
Honor Marks 8 Straight Years on Best for Vets List