It was a busy month at Cox College! Let’s recap March.  Virtual Commencement We would love to be celebrating with our graduates in person together, but Cox College will be conducting spring commencement virtually again this semester. In accordance with local and CDC guidelines, we have decided a virtual graduation is in the best interest…

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Who else is ready for springtime weather? That below zero stuff can stay in the past as far as we’re concerned. Other than brutally cold temperatures, here’s what happened in February! Nursing application deadline extended Due to a technical email issue our admissions team had, we are extending the nursing application deadline to March 8th!…

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Cox College received approximately $2 million from Mr. Art White to begin a second unrestricted endowment fund for the general needs of the institution. Mr. Art White sadly passed away in the last year, but left Cox College this incredibly generous gift in his estate. The funds will be allocated as follows: $350,000 to his…

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A brand new semester is underway at Cox College and, while the campus is still not at capacity yet, it’s starting to feel like we can see the light at the end of the tunnel. There is so much work left to do, but we are persevering together. There is something special about seeing familiar…

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Primrose Perk (Cox North location only) will be staying open until 6:30pm on Thursday nights beginning January 28. This change allows our students and faculty that are here during the evenings to get something to eat before class. Many of our students come straight from work and don’t have a chance to eat. We wanted…

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In recognition of outstanding scholastic achievement, the following undergraduate students were placed on the Dean’s List for Fall 2020. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, students had to complete at least 8 credit hours at Cox College and earn a 3.50 GPA or greater. Congratulations from the staff and faculty of Cox College! Listed…

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Welcome to 2021. The challenges we had in 2020 are the same ones we have today, but 2021 is offering us the opportunity for a new beginning. There is hope for the future, and it begins with turning the page in our minds to a new chapter. We hope you had a wonderful holiday season…

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Brand new website Our new website is finally live! Fun fact – you’re on it right now! Take a few minutes to browse through the pages (after you finish reading The Chronicle, of course). We hope you find the website is modern, easy to navigate, and an informative representation of the Cox College program you’re…

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The process for new student ID badges and parking passes will look a little different than normal this semester. The documents for new ID badges and parking passes have been sent to your Cox College student emails. Please fill out the documents and send to CCMAIL-StudentBadges@coxhealth.com. If you are needing a student ID badge, you…

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Graduates, As most of you know, NCLEX testing spots are limited due to state and/or local social distancing requirements. When social distancing requirements relax, centers will move to full capacity. New testing centers and dates will be added, so please be watching the NCSBN and Pearson VUE websites regularly for updates regarding that information!

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