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Dr. Carolyn Hart Joins Coker University as Dean of Nursing
Coker University recently appointed Carolyn Hart, Ph.D., as Dean of Nursing.
Dr. Hart will develop and launch the institution’s inaugural bachelor’s degree in nursing program, which is planned to start in the fall of 2022, pending approval from the South Carolina Board of Nursing.
Kalmia Gardens Opens Observation Platform
Kalmia Gardens of Coker University recently celebrated the completion of its new observation platform, which was made possible thanks to generous grants from The Byerly Foundation, Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center, The Charles and Elizabeth Coker Foundation, The Charles and Joan Coker Foundation, The Kooken Family Foundation, and The Sonoco Community Foundation.
Coker University Celebrates 2020 Graduates with Multiple Ceremonies
Coker University celebrated its 2020 commencement with five separate ceremonies: a ceremony on Friday evening, December 11, for graduate students and four separate ceremonies on Saturday, December 12, for its undergraduate students. Across all five ceremonies, approximately 150 students attended.