Most of the nursing students at Fayetteville State University who didn't graduate in May after failing an exit exam will not earn their degrees because they didn't pass a follow-up course.
The 24 students were allowed to take a consultant's 12-day course under an agreement with the school. The deal was reached after some students complained they didn't know the test was a graduation requirement.
Of the 23 students who took the course, 15 failed its final test. One student who took the 12-day course will take its final test Monday.