All under one roof

Baraba, Sarah
March 2013
Wentzville Journal;3/27/2012, Vol. 51 Issue 13, pA1
The article reports that Lindenwood University and St. Charles Community College (SCC) have partnered to establish the LU/SCC Center for Nursing and Allied Health Sciences in Dardenne Prairie, Missouri. According to the author, the center will house all of SCC's and Lindenwood's nursing and allied health programs and provide space for the expansion of nurse training.


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