College Statistics

2021 – 2022 ABHES Statistics Report

BSN Program

  • Retention Rate: 90%
  • Placement Rate: 59%
  • NCLEX-RN® Pass Rate: 79%

RN-to-BSN Program

  • Retention Rate: 88%
  • Placement Rate: 67%

MSN ED Program

  • Retention Rate: 100%
  • Placement Rate: 50%

MSN FNP Program

  • Retention Rate: N/A
  • Placement Rate: N/A

PN Program

  • Retention Rate: 77%
  • Placement Rate: 67%
  • NCLEX-PN® Pass Rate: 67%

LPN-to-ASN Program

  • Retention Rate: 100%
  • Placement Rate: N/A
  • NCLEX-RN® Pass Rate: N/A

Program Completion Rate is defined as the percentage of learners graduating on or before the assigned 150% expected completion date, for dates falling within the calendar year. This includes learners who canceled, tuition free, within the first two weeks of the semester.

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Nightingale College Institutional Effectiveness Plan (IEP)

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Summer 2020 Plan

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Spring 2021 Plan

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Nightingale College Mission Fulfillment Measures (MFM)

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Placement Rate is all learners that graduated and work in the field as a registered nurse.
To view how Placement Rate is calculated, click here.

Nightingale College Cohort Default Rate (CDR)

Cohort year 2019:  1.2%

Normal Time to Program Completion:

Practical Nursing (PN) Diploma Program: 12 months

RN-to-BSN Learners (RN license only): 20 months

RN-to-BSN Learners (RN license & completed GE requirements): 8 months

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING (BSN) program: 32 months

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING EDUCATION (MSNED) program: 20 months

(August 2020 through June 2021)

Overall Retention Rate: 83.5%

Overall On-time Completion Rate: 80.0%

2020-2021 Financial Aid:

Median Loan Title IV and Private Loan Debt at Program Completion:

  • Title IV – $24,990
  • Private –  $6,014

Target Occupation: Registered Nurse, Click here for occupational profile

Educational Costs:

The Cost of Attendance (COA) is an estimate of school-related expenses the a learner can expect to have for the academic year of enrollment. The COA is composed of the following categories: tuition and fees, books and supplies, room and board, transportation, and some personal expenses. These components are determined by law, Higher Education Act of 1965, section 472, and are designed to cover the educational-related expenses of the learner. The Cost of Attendance is based on estimated figures and may not accurately reflect individual learner costs. The combination of the direct and indirect costs will be used to determine financial aid. 

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Diversity

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Glossary

Overall Pass Rate is the percentage of graduates who took the licensure exam and passed after any attempt.

Cohort overall NCLEX pass rates are first reported six months after each cohort’s program completion date and are adjusted monthly thereafter.

Retention Rate is the percentage of learners that were enrolled during the stated academic year and were still enrolled or graduated within the same academic year. ABHES calculates Retention Rate as follows: Retention Rate = (EE + G) / (BE + NS + RE) EE= Ending Enrollment (Number of students in class, on clinical experience and/or leave of absence on June 30) G= Graduates BE= Beginning Enrollment (Number of students in class, on clinical experience and/or leave of absence on July 1) NS= New Starts RE= Re-Entries (number of students that re-enter into school who dropped from a previous annual report time period) At a minimum, an institution maintains the names of all enrollees by program, start date, and graduation date.

Placement Rate is all learners that graduated and work in the field as a registered nurse.

Normal Time is the amount of time necessary for a learner to complete all requirements for a degree or certificate according to the College catalog.

On-time is the percentage of learners who completed the program during the most recent completed award year within the amount of time necessary to complete all requirements for the program according to the College catalog (also known as “Normal Time”). Completion Rate = (# of learners who completed the program within the normal time*100)/Total # of learners who completed the program during the most recently completed award year

For additional statistics, please visit U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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