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Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education seal
The McNeese State University College of Nursing and Health Professions’ baccalaureate nursing degree program has been granted continuing accreditation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.

McNeese State University health and human performance student David Suarez demonstrates the proper use of the hammer strength pull over machine under the direction of Dr. Michael Soileau, head of the McNeese Department of Health and Human Performance.
The McNeese State University Department of Health and Human Performance is prepared for changes as construction is underway for the new Health and Human Performance Education Complex.

Phillips 66 Donation
Phillips 66 has donated $25,000 to the McNeese State University College of Engineering and Computer Science through the McNeese Foundation.

Group of Students
Students who have registered online for McNeese State University’s 2017 regular spring semester have until 4:30 p.m. Jan. 11 to pay fees. Spring classes begin Jan. 17.

The McNeese State University Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science will present a programming workshop for high school girls and their parents from 10-11:45 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 5.

Innovation graduates
McNeese’s first class of innovation engineers graduated at the 2016 spring commencement in Burton Coliseum.

Tari Dilks
Dr. Tari Dilks, professor of nursing at McNeese State University, has been named one of three “Influential Louisiana Nurse Practitioner Professors Who Teach Online”

McNeese's graduate program in school counseling has recently been nationally accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs.

According to a recently completed economic impact study, in 2014 McNeese had a $371.6 million impact on the regional economy and a $407.8 million impact statewide. Click to read more.
The importance of McNeese State University to Southwest Louisiana and the state as a whole is more than just providing highly educated graduates for workforce needs. According to a recently completed economic impact study, in 2014 McNeese had a $371.6 million impact on the regional economy and a $407.8 million impact statewide. The report also shows that while McNeese received $19.2 million in state appropriations in 2014, it generated $22.7 million in tax return for the state. “McNeese is a tax generator for the state,” said Dr. Philip Williams, McNeese president.

The community is invited to the grand opening of the McNeese State University Student Innovation Center at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 12, in the SEED Center at 4310 Ryan St.

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