Nursing Student Outcomes

Gateway Community College Nursing Student Achievement Data is reported below

GCC RN Program Benchmark for NCLEX First Time Pass Rate:

Expected level of achievement:

The program’s 3-year mean for first time licensure pass rate will be at or above the national mean for Associate Degree graduates for the same time period as published at ncsbn.org/index.htm. Pass rate data will be mailed from the Department of Public Health to the Division Director on or before May 1 each year.

GCC Pass Rate: 2014 (April 30, 2013 to May 1, 2014): 85/94 = 90.4%

GCC Pass Rate: 2015 (April 30, 2014 to May 1, 2015): 87/102 = 85.2%
GCC Pass Rate: 2016 (April 30, 2015 to May 1, 2016): 72/91 = 79.12%
GCC 3 year Average: 241/284 = 84.8%
National 3 year average for Associate Degree Nurses: 80.90%


GCC RN Program Benchmark for Completion Rates:

Expected level of achievement:

 

75% of students will complete the program within 6 semesters.
75% of LPN students will complete the program within 3 semesters.
Statistics reviewed in April and November to reflect completion rates for the prior Academic Year (i.e., FA 14 and SP 15 for 2015).

2014:

  • (FA 13 and SP 14 =105/122) = 86.0% (LPN Students are included)
  • LPN Cohort separated = 23/29= 79.3%
2015:
  • (FA 14 and SP 15 = 133/160) = 83.1% (LPN Students are included)
  • LPN Cohort separated = 12/16 = 75.0%


GCC RN Program Benchmark for Graduate Employment Rates:

Expected level of achievement:

 

80% of graduates who return the Graduate Survey will be employed in the field of nursing within 6 months of graduation. Statistics reviewed in April and November to reflect employment rates for the prior Academic Year.
Graduate Survey collected in 2014 (2013 graduates) =100%
Graduate Survey 2015 (2014 graduates) = 89.5%

 

Graduate Engagement in RN-BS Coursework: 

Expected level of achievement:

 

50% of graduates who return the Graduate Survey will be enrolled into BS and/or MS coursework within 6-12 months (as measured by returned survey questionnaire initiated at 12 months post-graduation). Statistics reviewed in April and November.
Graduate Survey collected in 2015 (2014 graduates) n = 23/40 respondents = 57.7%

 
Published Outcome Data will be updated annually on or before JUne 1 and December 1 to reflect data from the prior Academic Year.