Pearl River Community College

Program Outcomes (2016-2017)

  1. Completion:
    1. Sixty percent or greater of students will graduate within 150% of the stated program length beginning with enrollment in the first nursing course.
    Semester Admitted # Admitted # Completed Percent
    Spring 2014 43 35 81%
    Fall 2014 40 39 98%
    Academic Year 89%
  2. Licensure Performance (January 1 – December 31):
    1. ACEN – Annual licensure examination pass rate will be at least 80% for all first-time test-takers during the same 12 month period.
    2. MS IHL – Licensure exam pass rate for all test takers (1st and repeat) will be at 80% or above over a three-year period.

    All ADN Graduates

    # of Candidates Passed 1st Writes ACEN - Percentage Passed in Calendar Year IHL - Percentage
    2015 109 75 69% 91 83%
    2016 69 54 78% 64 93%
    2017* 86 80 93% 81 94%
    3-year Period 90%

    * Data incomplete

    Traditional ADN Graduates

    # of Candidates Passed 1st Writes ACEN - Percentage Passed in Calendar Year IHL - Percentage
    2015 96 62 65% 78 81%
    2016 69 54 78% 64 93%
    2017* 70 64 91% 65 93%
    3-year Period 89%

    * Data incomplete

    LPN-ADN Graduates

    # of Candidates Passed 1st Writes ACEN - Percentage Passed in Calendar Year IHL - Percentage
    2015 13 13 100% 13 100%
    2016*
    2017 16 16 100% 16 100%
    2-year Period 100%

    *No LPN-ADN graduates

  3. Employment:
    1. Ninety percent of the graduates (respondents) on the job placement survey will reflect employment in a position for which the program prepared them.
    Semester Graduated # Licensed Faculty Report Email - Response Rate Percent Employed
    Fall 2014 43 14 29 (67%) (29) 100%
    Spring 2015 56 28 19 (34%) (19) 100%
    Fall 2015 22 18 12 (55%) (12) 100%
    Spring 2016 43 40 15 (35%) (14) 93%
    • Number licensed based upon reports of candidate NCLEX success.
    • Faculty report observing graduate working in RN role (data tallied but not reflected in percent employed).
    • Percent employed based upon graduate’s response on survey as to if employed as registered nurse one year following graduation.