On October 2nd, 2015, multiple representatives of the Criminal Justice community at Anna Maria College presented at the the annual conference of the Massachusetts Association of Criminal Justice Education.
Ninety-three percent of Anna Maria College’s inaugural class of four-year nursing students passed their licensure exams on their first attempt, exceeding the results of state and national averages.
The inaugural class of students graduated from Anna Maria College in May with Bachelor of Science degrees in Nursing (BSN), a program started in 2011. This summer, 30 graduates sat for the National Council Licensure Exam for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) – a requirement to practice as a licensed, registered nurse (RN).
Anna Maria College’s former Director of Student Activities Lisa Saverese ’04 has been promoted to Dean of Student Life. Saverese is a graduate of Anna Maria College and received her master’s degree from Springfield College. She has served as Anna Maria’s Director of Student Activities since July 2012. As director, she was responsible for New Student Orientation and major campus events.