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Program Information - National Council of Licensure Examination Results and Graduation Information

  1. LSN Retention/Graduation rates reflect the percentage of students that attend a nursing course, either in Fall or Spring semesters, and graduated from the program within 1.5 times the published length of the program.
  2. Department of Educations (NCES) Graduation rates reflect first-time/first-year full-time diploma seeking students that enter in the fall semester and graduate within 1.5 times the published length of the program. This rate generally includes students that are taking courses prior to nursing, and is comprised of a very small sampling.
  3. Employment rates reflect self-reported employment 6 months after the time of graduation from the program.
  4. National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN) rates reflect the percentage of graduates who pass the examination in their first attempt within one year after their graduation from the program. Data up to 2007 is reported beginning July 1 of the graduation year through June 30 of the following year by Missouri State Board of Nursing. Data after 2007 is reported from January 1st to December 31st.

    Percentages include the June and November graduates combined.

Class of 2008

  1. 60% of nursing students graduated from the program.
  2. No first-time/first-year full-time diploma-seeking students entered into the fall class.
  3. 95% of graduates indicated they were employed in nursing six months after graduation.
  4. 92% of graduates passed the NCLEX-RN the first time they completed the exam.

Class of 2009

  1. 63% of nursing students graduated from the program.
  2. No first-time/first-year full-time diploma-seeking students entered into the fall class.
  3. 96% of graduates indicated they were employed in nursing six months after graduation.
  4. 94% of graduates passed the NCLEX-RN the first time they completed the exam.

Class of 2010

  1. 51% of nursing students graduated from the program.
  2. 0/1 first-time/first-year, full-time diploma-seeking student graduated within 1.5 times the program length.
  3. 95% of graduates indicated they were employed in nursing six months after graduation.
  4. 97% of graduates passed the NCLEX-RN the first time they completed the exam.


Class of 2011

  1. 51% of nursing students graduated from the program.
  2. 100% (1/1) first-time/first-year, full-time diploma-seeking student graduated within 1.5 times the program length.
  3. 94% of graduates indicated they were employed in nursing six months after graduation.
  4. 96% of graduates passed the NCLEX-RN the first time they completed the exam.


Class of 2012

  1. 57% of nursing students graduated from the program.
  2. 100% (1/1) first-time/first-year, full-time diploma-seeking student graduated within 1.5 times the program length.
  3. 81% of graduates indicated they were employed in nursing six months after graduation.
  4. 98% of graduates passed the NCLEX-RN the first time they completed the exam.


Class of 2013

  1. 60-72% of nursing students graduated from the program
  2. TBD% (0/2) first-time/first-year, full-time diploma-seeking student graduated within 1.5 times the program length.
  3. TBD% of graduates indicated they were employed in nursing six months after graduation.
  4. 90% of graduates passed the NCLEX-RN the first time they completed the exam.


Graduation Rates

Year/Class

Enrolled

Started Nursing

Graduated

1st year
Retention*

Graduation Compliance**

2013

98

90

58-65

72%

89-100%

2012

94

79

45

49%

100%

2011

101

89

45

48%

98%

2010

99

86

51

55%

100%

2009

89

89

56

64%

100%

2008

82

82

49

62%

100%

2007

81

81

50

67%

96%

2006

68

68

35

57%

100%

2005

77

77

35

52%

97%

2004

61

61

38

67%

100%

2003

40

40

19

58%

89%


*Percentage of Level I (first year) nursing students that advanced onto Level II (2nd year).
**Percentage of graduates that met graduation requirements within 3.5 years of starting nursing courses.

Demographic Information for '13-'14 Full-time Pell Grant Recipients

Gender:
Female = 85.5%
Male = 14.5%

Ethnicity:       
Caucasian = 59.7%
African American = 28.9%
Hispanic= 4.3%
Not reported = 4.3%
Asian= 2.8%



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