IMMACULATA, PA — Immaculata University’s nursing students far surpassed the national average for the first-time pass rate of the 2018-2019 National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN) of 96.67%. The national average for all nursing students for 2019 is 88.07% and Pennsylvania’s pass rate is 91.61%.
“This excellent NCLEX-RN first-time pass rate is a direct reflection of the work everyone has put in as a team and demonstrates the excellence of our program,” says Jane Tang, Ph.D., RN, NE-BC, chair of Immaculata’s Nursing Division. “I am so proud of our students, faculty and the nursing program.”
During its long tradition of nursing education, Immaculata has awarded over 4,400 undergraduate nursing degrees and approximately 250 M.S.N. degrees through spring 2019.
Immaculata offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate nursing programs that provide the knowledge and skills needed to provide holistic, competent and patient-centered care. For more information on any of the nursing degree programs, visit https://www.immaculata.edu/academics/degrees-programs/.
Source: Immaculata University
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