Student Achievement Data
St. Elizabeth School of Nursing NCLEX-RN Pass Rates
|Rate is for program graduates who tested for the first time in 2022. (^79.9%)||Rate is for program graduates who tested for the first time in 2021. (^82.48%)||Rate is for program graduates who tested for the first time in 2020. (^86.57%)||Rate is for program graduates who tested for the first time in 2019. (^88.18%)||Rate is for program graduates who tested for the first time in 2018. (^89.41%)||Rate is for program graduates who tested for the first time in 2017. (^87.11%)||Rate is for program graduates who tested for the first time in 2016. (^84.57%)|
The National Passing Average for First Time Candidates in each respective year is italicized and contained in parentheses.
Graduate Employment Rate: 100%*
*Our employment rate for the past eight (8) years is 100%. Of the 30 graduates from 2022, 35 graduates from 2021, 34 graduates from 2020, 31 graduates from 2019, 43 graduates from 2018, the 64 graduates from 2017, the 57 graduates from 2016 and the 47 graduates from 2015 who responded to a survey or other source of inquiry and who pursued employment as registered nurses, ALL successfully secured RN positions
Students Completing the Program / Completion Rate
|Enrollment in 1st Nursing Course||# of Students in Cohort||# of Students Who Graduated On Time||% of Students Who Graduated On Time||# of Students Who Graduated in Additional Terms||% of Students Who Graduated in Additional Terms||# of Students Who Ultimately Graduated||% of Students Who Ultimately Graduated|
Per ACEN standards and criteria updated in July 2021, program completion rate calculations begin on the first day of enrollment of a student's first nursing course and end with completion of the course required for conferral of diploma or degree. St. Elizabeth School of Nursing students must complete such requirements within nine (9) consecutive terms (i.e., three regular academic years plus summer source work) beginning with enrollment in their first nursing course to be classified as having graduated "on time." Students who take the traditional 4-year curriculum plan with no summer terms will not be considered as completing "on time" but do/can graduate in 4 years with no summer course work and are considered in the number of students who "ultimately graduated."
Those students who complete such requirements in greater than nine (9) consecutive terms beginning in their first nursing course are classified as having graduated in "additional terms." Students who graduated on time, plus those who graduated in additional terms are combined into the classification of "ultimately graduated."