Thursday, June 6, 2013

Megan Wheatley ’13 continues pursuing master's degree in nursing

Megan Wheatley ’13 graduated from Randolph less than a month ago, but she already is halfway done with her master's degree in nursing.

Megan took advantage of Randolph College's dual degree program with Vanderbilt University School of Nursing. This program allows students to attend Randolph for three years and Vanderbilt for two. After the first year at Vanderbilt, students receive a bachelor of arts in health services from Randolph, after which they study for one more year to earn a master of science in nursing degree from Vanderbilt.

As a participant in Randolph's Davenport Leadership Program and a member of the volleyball team, Megan is one example of a student who applied herself and found great opportunities at Randolph. Over the next several weeks, we will introduce you to more members of the Class of 2013 who exemplify our motto Vita abundantior, the life more abundant. Return to the blog regularly to meet them.