Nursing shortages have many colleges that educate nurses expanding programs, while prompting other institutions to think about starting them. The University of St. Thomas, in Texas, falls into another category: institutions that eliminated nursing programs years ago that are thinking about reviving them, The Houston Chronicle reported. Alumni have been raising money and the university hopes to restore the program in a year or two.
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