Program Outcomes

Outcomes

Program Outcomes

Results

NCLEX-RN Results

NCLEX-RN

NCLEX-RN results measures the percentage of first-time test takers that successfully pass the NCLEX-RN on their first attempt in each calendar year January 1 – December 31.

 

 

Traditional Track

(# students passed / # students tested)

 

LPN to RN Track

(# students passed / # students tested)

All Students
NCLEX Pass Rate

(# students passed / # students tested)

2020 100%

(29/29)

100%

(6/6)

100%

(35/35)

2021 87.5%

(14/16)

50%

(1/2)

83.3%

(15/18)

2022 100%

(12/14)

100%

(2/2)

100%

(14/14)

Rate

Program Completion Rate/Graduation Rate

Program Completion Rate measures the percentage of graduates completing the program on-time. The Program Completion Rate is calculated by dividing the number of graduates that completed the program on-time by the number of students that were enrolled in that class as of the first day of the first nursing course.  The assessment cycle timeframe is from August 1-July 31 each year.

Graduation

Class of

Entrance

Date

Traditional Track

Completion Rate

(#Graduates completing on-time/

#students admitted)

LPN to RN Track

Completion Rate

(#Graduates completing on-time/

#students admitted)

All Students

Completion Rate

(#Graduates completing on-time/

#students admitted)

2020 August

2018

(January

2019 for

LPN Track)

69.6%*

(32/46)

100%*

(6/6)

73.1%*

(38/52)

2021 August

2019

(January

2020 for

LPN Track)

59.3%

(16/27)

100%

(2/2)

62.1%

(38/52)

2022 August

2020

(January

2021 for

LPN Track)

37.5%

(12/32)

50%

(2/4)

38.9%

(14/36)

 

*Calculations for Class of 2020 were based on old definition of Completion Rate that measured Graduates within 150% of normal completion time.

Program Completion Rate

Students

Graduation Rate for Full-time, First-time, Certificate-Seeking Students

Completion Rate for full-time, first time undergraduates measures the percentage of full-time, first-time students that complete the program within 150% of the normal completion time. This rate is calculated by dividing the number of full-time, first-time students completing the program within 150% of the normal completion time by the number of full-time, first time students enrolled in that Class as of October 15 of the entering year.  The timeframe encompasses the initial entry into the program (August 1) until 1 year post scheduled graduation (July 31). (3 year period)

Class of 2019 2020 2021
Entered Program Fall of 2017 2018 2019
Cohort of 1st Time Student 5 6 3
Number Completed in 150% Time 1 4 1
Completion Rate 20% 67% 33.3%

Graduation rates of first-time, full-time certificate seeking students are not categorized by gender, racial/ethnic subgroup, or reciept/non-receipt of a federal Pell grant or subsidized Stafford loan in order to protect student privacy. Trinity School of Nursing enrolled too few of such students to disclose or report with confidence and confidentiality.

*Transfer out rates not available

Graduation Rate

Rate

Retention Rate

Retention rate measures the percentage of first-time certificate-seeking students from the previous Fall who reenroll by the current Fall. Retention Rate is calculated by dividing the number of first-time students returning to the program the following Fall by the number of first-time students who enrolled in that Class as of October 15 of the entering year.

Class of 2021 2022 2023
Entered Program Fall of 2019 2020 2021
Cohort of 1st Time Student 3 5 4
# of Students Returning 1 1 3
Retention Rate 33.3% 20% 75%
Retention Rate

Rate

Job Placement Rate

Job placement rate measures the percentage of graduates in a specified year that were employed as a registered nurse within one year of graduation. The timeframe for measurement is Aug 1st to July 31st. All individuals that graduated in the specified year are included in the job placement calculation. The expected level of achievement is greater than ninety percent of graduates employed within one year of graduation as evidenced by postgraduate survey results.

Recipients of the Employee Tuition Forgiveness Scholarship/Loan Program and the Trinity Health System Scholarship/Loan Program secure employment within Trinity Health System or another subsidiary of the Health System following passage of the NCLEX-RN examination. The preceptor clinical experience is directly linked to employment opportunities within Trinity Health System.

Class of 2019 2020 2021
Number of Graduates 37 35 18
Employed Within 1 Year 97.3% 100% 100%

Response Rate 2019 – 100%
Response Rate 2020 – 100%
Response Rate 2021 – 94.4%

 


Job Placement Rates

Satisfaction

Program Satisfaction

Graduate and employer satisfaction is captured through the analysis of graduate and employer questionnaires administered one-year post graduation.

Respondents to postgraduate surveys agreed that Trinity Health System School of Nursing fulfilled its educational commitment and prepared them for transition into the practice of nursing. Graduates indicated that they would choose Trinity Health System School of Nursing if they had the opportunity to do so again.

Respondents to employer surveys indicated agreement that Trinity Health System School of Nursing fulfilled its mission to prepare a beginning professional nurse who demonstrates achievement of professional competencies. Employers indicated that they would choose to hire a Trinity Health System School of Nursing graduate if they had the opportunity to do so again.

Class of 2018 2019 2020
Graduate Satisfaction 100% 100% 100%
Response Rate 29.2% 16.7% 6%
Employer Satisfaction 100% 100% 100%
Response Rate 40% 33.3% 28.6%
Program Satisfaction

Rate

LPN to RN Advanced Placement Track Completion Rate/Graduation Rate

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