Mercy Hospital School of Nursing Outcomes

NCLEX-RN Pass Rates

Program Outcome: The program’s most recent annual licensure examination pass rate is at or above 80% for all first-time test takers.

Class Year

Pass Rate

​2016-2017 ​90.46%
​2015-2016 56.25%
2014-2015 91.9%
As reported by the Pennsylvania State Board of Nursing (annual report period October 1 - September 30)

Completion Rates

Program Outcome: Program completion rate will be at or above 60% (% of students completing within 150% of program length)

Class Year

Completion Rate

​2016-2017 ​56%
​2015-2016 ​55%
2014-2015 65%
Annual class year includes graduating classes from October 1 - September 30

Job Placement Rates

Program Outcome: Employment rates for graduates at 12 months post-graduation are at or above 80%

Class Year

Placement Rate

​2016 ​94.7%
​2015 ​81.7%
2014 82%
Annual class year includes graduating classes from October 1 - September 30

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