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No Degree? Veteran Nurse Learns She Didn’t Get one


by Mandy Gaither

ANDERSON COUNTY, S.C. —Tara Jordan said she’s been practicing as a registered nurse since graduating with an associate’s degree and passing the registered nursing exam. The problem is that she never actually got a degree.

In 2009, Tri-County Technical College sent the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation a certificate of endorsement for Jordan, which confirmed Jordan had completed all nursing program requirements at the college.

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