The news is reported of the Adventist University of West Africa nursing students who sat the State Board exam on February 27-28, 2016 that all of them made a pass with Kebeh D. Flomo scoring the highest mark.
The students who sat the board exam were 9 and all made it in flying colors. They are Diana Freeman, Kebeh Flomo, Fatu Sirleaf, Abrahm Brown, Romena Togba, Subah Flomo, Magdalene Kpomoh, Stephen Larmah and Faith Pannor. The university authority is overwhelmed about this good news and said this is the result of hard work and dedication on the part of both the lecturers, administrators and students.
Speaking to the media on behalf of the institution, the Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Edwin B. R Gbargaye stressed the need for higher institutions to prepare their students adequately by molding their minds with scholastic materials in their field of academic discipline. He further lamented that AUWA nursing program is becoming the best in the country due to the caliber of faculty it has. He said the Nursing Department is the soul of the institution in which considerable amount of funding is infused to make it best to none in the country.
Meanwhile, in an effort to continue the quality services to the students, the Adventist University of West Africa has begun formulating a new course plan schedule beginning 1st Semester 2016-2017 which will allow working students attend class the week days of their choice.