For the second quarter in a row, Aultman College of Nursing and Health Sciences has a perfect score for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX).
All of the first-time test takers from Aultman College passed the NCLEX, which is the nationwide exam for the licensing of nurses. These are students who graduated from the college’s Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) program and took the test for the first time between April and June of 2016.
This keeps Aultman College’s year-to-date rate at 100 percent, well above the Ohio average of 79.96 percent and the national average of 83.71 percent.
“There are only a handful of programs in Ohio that have a perfect NCLEX passage rate, putting us in an exclusive circle of top-producing nursing programs,” said Aultman College President Rebecca Crowl. “These results reflect the hard work of our graduates and the college faculty, staff, and preceptors.”