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Sanford College of Nursing Partners with NDSU

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Sanford College of Nursing announces its new partnership with NDSU.

Dean Bresciani, NDSU President says North Dakota faces a growing challenge in meeting the demand for health care in the Western part of the state.

This new partnership will allow bigger and better programs for Sanford.

Bresciani says they won't be changing the already successful program, they're just expanding it.

"Both in the capacity for larger enrollments but also extending opportunities for the current students and future students toward graduate level focus that isn't even possible right now. And that is the starting to be the answer of the health care crisis in the western part of the state. And opening that door with change our potentials in ways just not possible right now," says Dean L. Bresciani, NDSU President.

The two schools will work out the details of the partnership.

It's effective date is the Fall of 2014.

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